Neural Interfaces

Dr Zagami is research the applied use of neural interface technologies for educational biofeedback analysis of learning.





Research Projects



Published Research


Resources


Campbell, A., Choudhury, T., Hu, S., Lu, H., Mukerjee, M. K., Rabbi, M., et al. (2010). NeuroPhone: brain-mobile phone interface using a wireless EEG headset. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the second ACM SIGCOMM workshop on Networking, systems, and applications on mobile handhelds.

Sherstyuk, A., Vincent, D., & Treskunov, A. (2009). Towards Virtual Reality games. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Virtual Reality Continuum and its Applications in Industry.

Andrei, S. (2010). Toward Natural Selection in Virtual Reality. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 30, 93-96,C93.


Brain-Computer Interface Based on Generation of Visual Images

Classification of primitive shapes using brain–computer interfaces

A User Study of Visualization Effectiveness Using EEG and Cognitive Load

Using Brain-Computer Interfaces to Detect Human Satisfaction in Human-Robot Interaction

Fractal dimension based neurofeedback in serious games

Steering a Tractor by Means of an EMG-Based Human-Machine Interface


Brain-Computer Interface Based on Generation of Visual Images

"Predicting Student Emotions Resulting from Appraisal of ITS Feedback" has been published in Volume 6-2 (July 2011) of the Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning (RPTEL) Journal. The paper can be accessed from this URL:http://apsce.net/RPTEL_Published_Papers.aspx

Salvador, P., Legaspi, R., Suarez, M., & Numao, M. (2011). Predicting Student Emotions Resulting from Appraisal of ITS Feedback. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, 6(2),107–133.

Flórez, F., Azorín, J. M., Iáñez, E., Úbeda, A., & Fernández, E. (2011). Development of a low-cost SVM-based spontaneous brain-computer interface. NCTA 2011 – International Conference on Neural Computation Theory and Applications. Special Session on Challenges in Neuroengineering. (p. 7).


BioExplorer


OpenVibe


NeuroGuide