OVERVIEW
Our research primarily focuses on the development of advanced signal processing and pattern recognition techniques to analyze and decode neural signals for brain-computer interfaces and other neural engineering applications.  We are also involved in other biomedical and general signal processing projects.

A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is a system that allows a user to control a device directly using their brain activity.  BCIs and related technologies can be used in assistive, rehabilitative, augmentative, diagnostic, or therapeutic applications.

NEWS
  • 7/9/2015: Congratulations to Shreya for successfully defending her PhD dissertation and accepting a postdoc position at Columbia University!
  • 4/17/2015: Congratulations to Yalda for successfully defending her PhD dissertation and accepting a postdoc position at UC San Francisco!
  • 4/17/2015: Congratulations to Nick for successfully defending his PhD dissertation and accepting a postdoc position at Columbia University/ARL!

ASPEN  Lab
Old Dominion University
2117 Engineering Systems Building
Norfolk, VA 23529


Dr. Dean Krusienski
Director
(757) 683-3752
dkrusien@odu.edu