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1998 B.S. Electrical Engineering with Honors, University of Maryland, College Park
1998 B.A. Economics, University of Maryland, College Park
2000 M.S. Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
2006 Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Stanford University

Research Summary:

Building interfaces with memory and cognitive processes; model-based signal processing; low-power embedded systems.


Caleb Kemere received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Keck Center for Integrative Neurosciences at UCSF before joining the Rice faculty in 2011. Kemere is a winner of a 2013 NSF CAREER Award and in 2014 received a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation to study Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS). He is also a 2015 recipient of a BRAIN: EAGER Award from the National Science Foundation to study memory storage in the brain, as well as a co-recipient of a neural engineering IGERT grant.

Selected Awards and Honors:

2014: HFSP Young Investigator Award
2013: NSF CAREER Award

Selected Publications:

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