I am founding the Brain|Cognition|Computing (BC2) Lab at Medway equiped with three sets of EEG equipment. Please go to BC2 website to book a slot for using EEG equipment. Before I joined the University of Kent as a Lecturer in 2011, I had research experience at Imperial College London for both my PhD and as a research associate.
My main area of research is in signal processing and its applications in body sensors, including: EEG-based biomarker discovery for brain diseases, neurofeedback applications for medical and sport applications and brain computer interface. Also I am working on signal processing methods including : adaptive filtering, tracking methods and machine learning methods for pattern classification. Keywords: EEG, EMG, body sensor, biomarker, Alzheimer's disease, Epilepsy, wavelets, hilbert transform, time-frequency analysis, phase synchrony, BCI, adaptive filtering, SVM.
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I am a member of the Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience and Cognitive Systems at the University of Kent.
I am the founder of the Brain|Cognition|Computing Lab, which provides a platform for interdisciplinary research.