Connecting The Electric Brain
the queen's university student design team dedicated to pushing the boundaries of neurotechnology
The brain is the most sophisticated system known to humanity and yet so little is understood about how it operates. Our mission is to change that through decoding electrical signals from the brain and creating powerful applications based on neurological data. This union of neuroscience and computer science is at the core of all QCLI projects. With the bright minds of Queen's University students working together, we are always striving to improve the field of neurotechnology.
Recent advances in human-computer interaction, electrical engineering, and data science have allowed our team to analyze brain activity like never before. The combination of modern machine learning and electroencephalography has given rise to a multitude of applications in brain technology. Current systems of direct brain-computer interfacing are more efficient than ever before due to a global research effort in the area. This is what drives our work and we foresee an abundance of problems yet to be solved with neurotech.
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