Accepting PhD Students
Our research focuses on the development and cross-validation of non-invasive Brain-machine interfaces to improve the quality of life for motor disabled people. Currently, we work on the following research topics: (i) to enable communication capability between brains and computers; (ii) to develop neural interfaces to restore human motor functions after stroke; (iii) to develop brain-actuated assistive robotic systems; (iv) to advance machine learning on decoding a human mental state from brain data.
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