Presenter: Dr. Areej Al-Wabil
Abstract: Brain-computer interfaces are technologies that facilitate controlling and manipulating systems with human thoughts. As the processing capabilities of modern computing systems grow alongside our understanding of the human brain, we move ever closer to transforming fascinating science fiction concepts into reality.
In this seminar we examine the design of mind-controlled interactive applications and the Human Factors relevant to the design of such interactions in Brain-Computer Interaction (BCI) systems.We'll learn how BCIs work, their limitations and where they could be headed in the future. We also present an overview of the ongoing BCI projects in our research group.
Date: October 1, 2012
Location: Research Center Auditorium, Building 2, Malaz Campus