BioSIS Lab. is studying Bioelectric signal and its applications, dreaming a future of controlling environments without typing, touching, nor speaking. We develop algorithms including dynamic time warping, frequency domain analysis (such as wavelet transform), and artificial neural network (so called deep learning). Lab director has been published 12 SCI-E indexed papers and registered 7 patents. (
We welcome students who has interests on human computer interface utilizing bioelectric signals, and computer algorithms such as deep neural nets.) We currently have no vacancy for supporting prospective students. It is possible to apply through KGS (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_Government_Scholarship_Program).
We do research together with the following institutes:
- Shin Lab (Aizu University, Japan)
- CoNE Lab (Hanyang University, Korea)
- Laboratory of Brain & Cognitive Sciences for Convergence Medicine (Hallym University, Korea)
- CORE Lab (Dongseo University, Korea)