CNEL Alumnus: Gavin PhilipsFormer student webpage:
I received a B.S. in computer engineering and an M.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Wyoming. I also spent a few years working at the University of Colorado Medical School in a clinic for people with severe disabilities.
|My Research Interests|
Brain-Machine interfaces (especially EEG), assistive technology, smart wheelchairs, adapted gaming, and anything that helps people with disabilities.
I'm exploring the application of dependence measures between EEG channels to classification of direction in motor imagery, quantifying connections between different areas of the cortex. This is in aid of stroke rehabilitation by way of BCI-controlled, robot assisted therapy.
|1||Gavin R. Philips, Mehrnaz Kh. Hazrati, Janis J. Daly, Jose C. Principe, "Addressing Low Frequency Movement Artifacts in EEG Signals Recorded During Center-Out Reaching Tasks", Intl. Conf. on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, pp. 6497-6500, Aug. 2014,DOI:10.1109/EMBC.2014.6945116 (author PDF) |
|2||Carlos A. Loza, Gavin R. Philips, Mehrnaz Kh. Hazrati, Janis J. Daly, Jose C. Principe, "Classification of Hand Movement Direction Based on EEG High-Gamma Activity", Intl. Conf. on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, pp. 6509-6512, Aug. 2014,DOI:10.1109/EMBC.2014.6945119 (author PDF) |
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