Prof. Yiwen WANG has been Elected as the Member of the Board of the Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Society
Prof. Yiwen WANG has been elected as one of the 12 members of the Board of the Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Society, which is the only international society in the BCI area. The purpose of the BCI Society is “to foster research leading to technologies that enable people to interact with the world through brain signals."
The Society membership represents the broad range of disciplines essential to BCI research and development, including neuroscience, engineering, computer science, mathematics, psychology, clinical neurology and rehabilitation, biomedical ethics, and others. Members are involved in the many potential uses of BCI technology including: restoring communication and control to people who are paralyzed; improving rehabilitation for people with strokes and other neuromuscular disabilities; addressing important basic science questions about brain function; and enhancing or supplementing normal brain function.
Prof. WANG received the PhD degree from University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA in 2008. She is currently an Assistant Professor of the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering. Her reserach interests are adaptive signal processing, brain machine interfaces, computational neuroscience and neuromorphic engineering.
Prof. Yiwen WANG's Biography