Computer Science and Electronic Engineering
Brain-Computer Interfaces Laboratory
Our Brain-Computer Interfaces Laboratory is one of the best-equipped for non-invasive BCI research in Europe, receiving more EPSRC funding than any other UK BCI lab as well as substantial support from other bodies.
8 x EEG systems
1 x near infra-red system
1 x Nexus EMG system
1 x Jazz eye tracker
1 x MagStim BitStim transcranial magnetic stimulator
Many electrogoniometers and accelerometers
2 x Edubot robotic manipulators
3 x Lego NXT robots
3 x VR systems
4 x Bionics motorised medical chairs
1 x Viglen/Rocks cluster
We do not conduct any research with animals or with implanted devices in our lab.