Juan Aceros is a native of Colombia,
South America. Dr. Aceros completed his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering
at the University of New Hampshire, and his master’s degree in Mechanical,
Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering, and his Ph.D. in Electrical and
Computer Engineering, both at Northeastern University.
For his graduate studies,
Aceros worked on the development of
Systems (MEMS), Micro/Nano
Nanotechnology, Materials Characterization, Thin Films, Scanning Electron
Microscopy (SEM), and Semiconductor processing
held a postdoctoral position at the NSF Center for High-rate
prior to joining UNF, he was a Senior Research Associate with the
Laboratory at Brown University, Providence, RI. During his time at Brown, Dr
the development of advanced neural interface technology for clinical and
research applications such as fully-implantable, wireless neural interface
devices for recording and transmitting cortical signals from the brain.