Project ''Brain-Computer Interfacing''

Course information

Credit

6 SWS, 9 ECTS

Time:

some common dates on Tuesdays at 10am

otherwise up to agreement (group work; conducting experiments)

Location:

TUB Marchstr. 23, Room MAR 4.044

First meeting to distribute topics:

First week of lecture term

Lecturers:

Daniel Miklody, Benjamin Blankertz

LSF:

Last entry in this list.

ISIS:

CourseID 16100

Content

This projects conveys experimental competences of Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI) exemplary. Moreover, theoretical skills in signal processing and machine learning are trained practically in hands-on experiments with self acquired data. A typical project is as follows: work out an experimental design for a given hypothesis; implement the experiment and conduct a study (including the acquisition of physiological data) with about 6 participants; investigate the acquire data with standard analysis methods and techniques from machine learning; put the results into perspective given the state-of-the-art and present them as a talk in a written report. Projects are performed in groups of 2 to 4 students.

Note: This project is about the practical aspects of Brain-Computer Interfaces. The background about this field of research is given in the lecture Brain-Computer Interfacing.

Requirements

Accomplishment of the lecture "Brain-Computer Interfacing" before is mandatory.

Active participation in the project and presentation of the results in a talk and in a report are required.

Modules

This course establishes the following module:

Material

IDA Wiki: NT/Courses/SS19_PJ_BCI (last edited 2019-04-05 10:42:20 by BenjaminBlankertz)