Computational Neuroergonomics Laboratory

Computational Neuroergonomics Laboratory

Research is conducted on one of the Grand Challenges for Engineering, reverse-engineer of the brain. This intersection of engineering and neuroscience promises great advances in health and safety, system design, and communication. For decades, some of engineering’s best minds have focused their research on how to create thinking machines — computers capable of emulating human cognition and intelligence.

The lab is equipped with the latest technology including a unique 64 channel EEG system which allows for better measurement of human brain activity and improves big data collection efficiency.