CS 525: Special Topics
Brain-Computer Interaction

This course will explore the current state of brain sensing and its application to human-computer interaction research. We will read important research papers on relevant topics, including background on brain function, sensing technology, machine learning methods, and applications of brain-computer interfaces in various domains.

Coursework will involve reading and critiquing research papers each week, as well as leading discussions of research papers, and writing general audience blog posts about a research paper. There will be a required project that you work on over the term, and the scope and focus of the project will vary, depending on the interests and backgrounds of the students in the class.

Class Time: Mondays/Thursdays, 1-2:20pm, Room Higgins Labs 154

Online, starting March 25