Revolutionizing the Brain-Machine Interfaces needed for upper-limb prostheses control.
Our lab studies Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMIs) that control upper-limb prostheses. In particular, we are interested in how the brain controls complex hand movements. The human hand has about 30 dimensions in contrast to a human arm with only 7 dimensions. BMIs that control human arms have already been demonstrated with decent accuracies.
What type of interface is needed to
Extend Brain-Machine Interface control from 7 to 37 dimensions
forms the central topic of our research.
When great minds collide.
Our lab contains a mix of current Graduate, Undergraduate, & Highschool Students along with a range of collaborators from multiple industries.
The measure of our work.
Our range of publications dating back to 2014 include multiple Patents, Articles, Conference Appearances, & more.
Appearances, awards, & recognition.
Our work has been recognized through many Showcases, Grants, & Awards alongside our students who continue to impress.
Sensorimotor Control Laboratory
Information Technology and Engineering Building (ITE) Room 376
UMBC Technological Research Center (TRC) Room 162
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, USA
Information Technology and Engineering Building (ITE) Room 301