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Sign Up For Our Upcoming Webinar on Hierarchical Surface Restructuring

Save the date! We’re excited to announce our free upcoming webinar, called “Hierarchical Surface Restructuring for Sensing, Recording and Stimulating Applications,” taking place on April 28th at 11 a.m. EDT. 

Enhancing Implantable Electrode Performance

The medical device industry has been moving toward increasingly smaller implantable electrodes and microelectrode arrays to treat many cardiac, neurological, retinal and hearing disorders. But despite the many advances in this area, existing technologies still have their limits, causing electrodes and microelectrode arrays to often perform sub-optimally and compromise patient treatment. Further, PVD-coated electrodes are prone to cracking and delamination and are not “tunable” to specific device performance requirements. 

The good news is, hierarchical surface restructuring technology may overcome these issues. Using ultra-short pulse lasers, this unique process increases the surface roughness and electrochemical surface area of electrodes, enhancing the electrodes’ electrochemical performance.

In our upcoming webinar, we’re taking a deep dive into this innovative technology. Topics will include:

  • Hierarchical surface restructuring as a means of surface modification for electrodes and microelectrode arrays.
  • The ways hierarchical surface restructuring can benefit your specific implantable electrode platform.
  • The pros and cons of conventional coatings and physical vapor deposition (PVD) technologies versus hierarchical surface restructuring.

Register Today

The webinar, which will be presented by Shahram Amini, Director of R&D at Pulse Technologies, will take place on April 28th at 11 a.m. EDT. Click here to register. We hope to see you there!

 

  

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