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Research of low power full implantable microelectromechanicalcochlear implant

DUŠEK, D. SVATOŠ, V. PEKÁREK, J. ŽÁK, J. HADAŠ, Z. PRÁŠEK, J. HUBÁLEK, J.

Original Title

Research of low power full implantable microelectromechanicalcochlear implant

English Title

Research of low power full implantable microelectromechanicalcochlear implant

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this paper we present research of using micro electro mechanical array of resonators (mechanical filter bank) partially powered by an energy harvesting system for using as a low-power full implantable cochlear implant is presented. Basic configuration, function and required properties of proposed cochlear implant, choice of supposed materials for the resonators is described. Finally first results of calculated eigenfrequencies of resonators calculated in different fluid spaces are mentioned in this paper.

English abstract

In this paper we present research of using micro electro mechanical array of resonators (mechanical filter bank) partially powered by an energy harvesting system for using as a low-power full implantable cochlear implant is presented. Basic configuration, function and required properties of proposed cochlear implant, choice of supposed materials for the resonators is described. Finally first results of calculated eigenfrequencies of resonators calculated in different fluid spaces are mentioned in this paper.

Keywords

Cochlear implant, Membrane, Energy harvesting

Released

01.09.2013

Publisher

Aalto university

Location

Espoo

Pages count

4

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT110917,
  author="Daniel {Dušek} and Vojtěch {Svatoš} and Jan {Pekárek} and Jaromír {Žák} and Zdeněk {Hadaš} and Jan {Prášek} and Jaromír {Hubálek}",
  title="Research of low power full implantable microelectromechanicalcochlear implant",
  annote="In this paper we present research of using micro electro mechanical array of resonators (mechanical filter bank) partially powered by an energy harvesting system for using as a low-power full implantable cochlear implant is presented. Basic configuration, function and required properties of proposed cochlear implant, choice of supposed materials for the resonators is described. Finally first results of calculated eigenfrequencies of resonators calculated in different fluid spaces are mentioned in this paper.",
  address="Aalto university",
  chapter="110917",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Aalto university",
  year="2013",
  month="september",
  publisher="Aalto university",
  type="abstract"
}