Unravelling EEG brain signals
Prof Y Zheng
Applications accepted all year round
"Electroencephalography (EEG) is widely used to record brain activity non-invasively. With recent advances in computer hardware and processor technology, it has been increasingly used in brain-computer interface (BCI) devices in many fields including assistive technology, neuro-marketing and gaming.
Digital Signal Processing of Electroencephalograph (EEG)
Prof S Sanei
7 January 2019
The project will involve collaboration with King’s College and University College London in processing of EEG and jointly recorded EEG-fMRI data for detection, monitoring, prediction, and localisation of anomalies within the brain.
Taking a neuroeconomic approach to understanding financial decision-making
Dr N Hinvest
29 January 2019
Improving financial decision-making capability in individuals or teams made up of clients, consumers, business teams and beyond is important for helping people realise greater utility, whether in terms of wealth, happiness, efficiency or something else.