Laboratory for Bionic Communication Engineering

Let’s pursue technologies that fuse brain activity measurement and information communication techniques

 
There has been a rapid advancement in brain-computer interface (BCI), a technology designed to measure brain activities and process them into signals and information, in order to directly manipulate computers and machines based on brain activity. Our laboratory conducts research on low-cost and simple BCI technologies by combining simplified electroencephalograph, smart devices, IoT technology and virtual reality/augmented reality glasses. We also conduct research into the application of BCI technologies for livelihood support and entertainment (electroencephalogram games) and algorisms to draw necessary information from electroencephalograms.
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Affiliation Information and Communications Engineering
Faculty Name HORIE, Ryota
Academic Society IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers
Keyword BCI (Brain-computer interface),Neurosystems,Biological information,Brain science,System engineering,Biocybernetics,Ubiquitous computing,IoT (internet of things),Signal processing

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For Society

We conduct research on fusing BCI and information communication technologies, which can be applied to broad fields such as livelihood support (manipulating electric wheelchairs and inputting data into computers), electronic device interfaces and entertainment (electroencephalogram games and electroencephalogram live events).

Research Themes

We conduct research on fusing BCI and information communication technologies, which can be applied to broad fields such as livelihood support (manipulating electric wheelchairs and inputting data into computers), electronic device interfaces and entertainment (electroencephalogram games and electroencephalogram live events).

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