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Research Highlight: Brain-Computer Interface Lab

Combining knowledge of the human brain and computing technologies, the Brain-Computer Interface and Neuroergonomics Lab is doing cutting-edge research that aids in rehabilitation, among other applications. Located on main campus in Daniels Hall, this lab explores the Health Systems Engineering pathway of Industrial and Systems Engineering.

Chang Soo Nam, professor in the Industrial and Systems Engineering department, describes one benefit of the research being done at the Brain-Computer Interface and Neuroergonomics Lab.

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