Michael H. Smith
University of California, Berkeley, USA
Vinod A Prasad
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Department of Brain and Cognitive Engineering, Korea University, Korea
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
BMI Workshop Webinars
Presentations by four experts in brain-machine interfaces were carried as webinars during the BMI Workshop at SMCS2014. Use the links below to view the recordings.
- Lofti Zadeh – The Information Principal
- Bob Knight – Challenges in Designing and Building Auditory Speech Prosthesis
- Jack Judy – Building Real World BMI Systems: Problems, Potential Solutions, and Funding
- José del R. Millán – Translating Brain-Machine Interfaces to End-Users: Lessons and Challenges
These tutorial materials provide more information on topics of interest to our technical committee.
- Adaptive Tracking of Discriminative Frequency Components in Electroencephalograms for a Robust Brain–Computer Interface (Paper, .PDF)
- BMI Control of Robotic Exoskeletons (Presentation, .PDF)
- Detection of Self-paced Reaching Movement Intention from EEG Signals (Paper, .PDF)
- Errare Machinale Est: The Use of Error-Related Potentials in Brain-Machine Interfaces (Paper, .PDF)
- Identifying Engineering, Clinical and Patient's Metrics for Evaluating and Quantifying Performance of Brain-Machine Interface (BMI) Systems (Paper, .PDF)
- Identifying Engineering, Clinical and Patient's Metrics for Evaluating and Quantifying Performance of Brain-Machine Interface (BMI) Systems (Presentation, .PDF)
- Robust BCI Algorithms for Motor Imagery Classification and Upper Limb Kinematics Decoding (Presentation, .PDF)
- Organized Workshops on BMI at SMC'09, SMC'10, and SMC'11. Organizing another workshop at SMC'14 in San Diego.
- Organized Tutorials, a Panel, and Keynote on BMI at various SMC and other conferences.
- Associate Editors for SMC Transactions journals.
- Interact with experts in Brain Machine Interface Systems, which is a relatively new and rapidly growing research field. Both invasive and non-invasive techniques (BCI) for interfacing the brain are included.
- Participate in interesting conferences and workshops.
- Make friends from different regions of the world.
- Exchange research ideas and possibly share research resources.