Shawn K. Kelly is an electrical/biomedical engineer, a senior systems scientist at the Engineering Research Accelerator at Carnegie Mellon, and a research biomedical engineer with the Department of Veterans Affairs. He is developing a retinal prosthesis for the blind and other implantable neurostimulation medical devices.
He received an S.B., M.Eng., and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1996, 1998, and 2003, respectively. He joined the Boston Retinal Implant Project in 1996, and designs circuits for stimulation, wireless power, and data telemetry.
Restoring Sight with Electronic Prostheses
2004 Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1998 MEng, Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1996 BS, Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The power of EEG and student innovation
One group of researchers in ECE has a wide variety of students exploring novel uses and implementation methods for an underutilized technology: EEG nodes.
Wearable system to sense and stimulate the brain
A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon is starting a project to design and implement a high-resolution, noninvasive neural interface that can be used as a wearable device.
Grover and Kelly receive Chuck Noll Foundation award
ECE's Pulkit Grover and Shawn Kelly, as part of a research team, received funding from the Chuck Noll Foundation to conduct research on preventative care to monitor and treat brain tsunamis.