Our lab focus is on processing the biosignals and images obtained from the body and brain of humans. Our projects can be broadly divided into two main domains of biosignal processing and computational neuroscience.
Biosignal processing studies mainly involve design and development of low-cost hardware solutions for monitoring and rehab of the patients. We collect electroencephalogram (EEG) and electromyogram (EMG) data from human brain and body for these studies. Our aim is to build low-cost, easy-to-use, portable devices to help patients suffering from various issues such as drop foot, below-neck paralysis, and amputation etc. We are also developing devices for healthy people using these signals.
Computational neuroscience aspect of our research encompass modeling, analysis, and abstraction of the brain. We work with brain MRI and functional MRI datasets to build our models. Machine learning, artificial intelligence, manifold estimation, and topological data analysis are some of the tools utilized in these studies.