Paul Carter received the B.S. degree in Physics with Solid State Electronics from the University of Exeter, U.K., in 1982, and the Ph.D. degree in microelectronics from the University of Southampton, U.K., in 1987. He lectured in the Department of Electrical and Computing Engineering at the University of Wollongong, Australia from 1987 to 1992. He then joined Cochlear Limited, where he is currently working as Senior Principal Research Engineer, Head of Electrode Science, and Discipline Leader for Electrodes and Stimulation Safety. He also holds an Honorary Professorship in Biomedical Engineering from The University of Sydney, Australia, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Engineers, Australia. His research interests include electroanatomical modeling, the properties of the electrode-tissue interface, and the safety of neural stimulation.
TBME, Special Issue: BRAINDevelopment and Validation of a High Fidelity Finite Element Model of Monopolar Stimulation in the Implanted Guinea Pig Cochlea
Paul Wong, Shefin George, Phillip Tran, Andrian Sue, Paul Carter, and Qing Li, The University of Sydney, The Bionics Institute, Cochlear Limited, Australia Electroanatomical models are a promising means for furthering our understanding of the electrophysiological response to electrical stimulation. In cochlear... Read more
Posted on 24 DEC 2015