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

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


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