PhD candidate / guest
Brain Computer Interface (BCI) provides communication to translate brain rhythms of an individual into application-specific signal, which allows a person to use the mental process to control external devices as they wish. However, BCI consumes too much energy and sources, which prevents BCI from lab to daily life. I am doing research aiming at energy-efficient brain computer interacting, in order to reduce its energy and source consumption, finally to make it a high-level Internet of Things.
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