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The Brain-Computer Interaction (BCI) Research Track in SKERG includes several projects which examine the usability of BCI systems in clincial settings as well as applied research in BCI applications.


Seminar: October 1, 2012 by Dr. Areej Al-Wabil
التواصل والتخاطب بالموجات الدماغية

1. Augmentative and alternative Communciation with BCI: Examining the usability of BCI as an AAC method for people with Neurological disorders. Project Description
2. Mind Typing: Examining the usability of existing BCI typing systems
3. Rehabilitation: Serious Gaming with BCI
4. Development of an Arabic-Language Brain-typing system: The ABC system
5. Visualizing Brain Activites