The neurotechnology lab works at the interface between brain and computer. They aim to create a closed loop brain-computer interface system that manipulates the communication between a human operator and the computer system. There are many potential applications for this approach, ranging from developing systems that use brain signals (such as EEG) to modify the computer task difficulty in order to maximize task performance, to the development of brain-computer interfaces that allow control of a computer program without an input device such as a touch screen, joystick, or mouse. The BME neurotechnology lab focuses on leveraging the strengths of both the human visual system and current machine learning and signal processing technology to maximize performance.

Misha Pavel