Application Group

Application group seminar materials

November 2014

No Date Title Speaker Presentation Discussion
1 2014-11-14 Dry and Noncontact EEG Sensors for Mobile Brain–Computer Interfaces Seungchan pdf
     Conventional BCI systems have always relied on laboratory bound instrumentation and often require extensive subject preparation, including scalp abrasion, gels and a multitude of wired electrodes. For truly mobile BCI systems to become a reality, significant improvements in the sensor hardware are still needed. In this paper, they introduce dry/noncontact EEG electrodes and shown quantifying their performance within a SSVEP based BCI paradigm.