Neural Interfaces and Signal Processing (NISP) Lab

Welcome to Dr. Jihye Bae's Neural Interfaces and Signal Processing Lab!

Research in Neural Interfaces and Signal Processing Lab aims to develop systems and methods to assist patients with neuromuscular disabilities and neurological disorders. NISP Lab’s research includes the areas of signal processing, machine learning, and their applications in medicine. Dr. Bae’s work focuses on the use of brain signals, from microscopic to mesoscopic-scales, to develop neural decoders in brain machine interfaces to help create upper limb prosthetics for patients with neuromuscular disabilities. In addition, Dr. Bae is interested in investigating electroencephalography (EEG) signal processing and source imaging techniques to localize seizure-onset zones in epilepsy. NISP lab members are investigating signal processing and machine learning techniques to ultimately provide daily life assistance to patients with neuromuscular disabilities and neurological disorders.

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October 9 at (All day)

Dickey Hall (DH) 323, University of Kentucky

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