Intraocular Implant Research Wins at Broadcom Foundation Competition


Manuel Monge

Manuel Monge, an Electrical Engineering graduate student working with Professor Emami-Neyestanak was awarded third place and $2,500 at the Broadcom Foundation University Research Competition for his project “High-Density Self-Calibrating Epiretinal Prosthesis,” which studies how fully intraocular implants with hundreds of pixels help improve the quality of life for people with macular degeneration. The competition celebrates academic excellence and social awareness among students who perform extraordinary academic research. The Foundation’s mission is to advance education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by funding research, recognizing scholarship and increasing opportunity. [MICS Lab]


Third place winner Manuel Monge with Broadcom co-founder and CTO Dr. Henry Samueli at the Broadcom University Research Competition.

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