Arash Andalib

About Me

I am a student working under supervision of Professor Jose Principe.
My Research Interests

I work on developing signal processing algorithms with applications in real-world problems, currently focused on decoding of neural signals for man/machine interfacing.

CNEL Papers
Journal Papers
1Arash Andalib, Raheleh Baharloo, and Jose Principe, "Pre-earthquake State Identification by Micro-earthquake Spike Trains Dissimilarity Analysis," Mathematical Geosciences. (Submitted)
2Dario Farina, Ivan Vujaklija, Massimo Sartori, Tamas Kapelner, Francesco Negro, Ning Jiang, Konstantin Bergmeister, Arash Andalib, Jose Principe, and Oskar C Aszmann, "Man/machine interface based on the discharge timings of spinal motor neurons after targeted muscle reinnervation," Nature Biomedical Engineering. (Accepted)
Conference Papers
1Arash Andalib, Francesco Negro, Dario Farina, and Jose C. Principe, "Unsupervised Mapping of Motor Unit Action Potential Trains to Hand Kinematics Using Complex Principal Component Analysis", School and Symposium on Advanced Neurorehabilitation, pp. 4-5, June 2016 (author PDF)

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