The CI&BCI Centre in FEIT, UTS is focus on Computational Brain Informatics
- Playing a pivotal role in wearable computing, mobile computing, affective computing, cognitive computing, behavior computing, cloud computing, and big data technologies.
- Providing a world unique facility for simultaneously Recording Physiological, Behavior, and Environment signals for Mobil BCI studies
- Human-computer interfaces (HCIs) that can be used in situations where the typical interfaces such as keyboards and mouse are not viable like wearable computers.
- Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) is a developing field that has been adding this new dimension of functionality to HCI
There are two major research trusts in this centre
- Mobile sensing technologies of Brain EEG (Electroencephalography) waves with high comfort,
- Human cognitive states assessment from sensed brain activity and other physiological signals
Research Objectives of CI-BCI Lab
- The short-term research objective is to exploit computational intelligence methodologies for BCI,
- The long-term goal is to incorporate bio-inspired, brain-like computational capabilities into next-generation computers and robots