Brain-computer-interface front-ends

Brain-computer-interface front-ends perform information extraction and data refinement on raw biological signals, such as EEG. The difficulty is that a brain-computer-interface is severely limited in size and power budget, while the task of information extraction requires computationally-heavy processing. Nonlinear design techniques are being implemented in analog VLSI, yielding low-power electronics that perform information extraction.

Faculty contact: Kofi M. Odame