Special Issue "Mind-Controlled Robotics"
A special issue of Micromachines (ISSN 2072-666X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2015)
Prof. Dr. Dean M. Aslam
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, 2120 EB, Michigan State University, E. Lansing, MI 48824, USA
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Interests: neural studies using microprobes; biochemical nanosensors; polycrystalline diamond (poly-C) sensors and MEMS (Bio; RF; Packaging); hands-on Lego-robotics modules for K-12; UG and graduate teaching
Inexpensive, non-invasive, and single-electrode EEG (electroencephalogram) technologies will play a key role in the following application areas: mind-controlled robots, drones, prosthetics, personal healthcare systems, smart homes, and smart hospitals/nursing-homes. Therefore, developing non-invasive and inexpensive EEGs and EMGs (electromyogram), based on wearable systems, is very important. Such technologies should benefit from the latest micro- and nanotechnologies. The Special Issue solicits original papers related to the title below.
Title: Non-invasive Mind-control of Robots and Other Systems Using Inexpensive EEG/EMG Electrodes
Prof. Dr. Dean M. Aslam
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- brainwaves, their generation and uses
- new electrode technologies for EEG/EMG
- non-invasive and inexpensive brain computer interfaces
- miniaturization of mind-controlled and wireless systems applications
- mind-controlled robots, drones, prosthetics, personal healthcare systems, smart homes