Jeremy is awarded the Doctoral Student Research Fund

Friday, February 26, 2016

Jeremy is awarded the Doctoral Student Research Fund for his dissertation project to develop and auditory-based brain-computer interface that will investigate the role of spatial and semantic relevance on BCI performance and human factors (fatigue, usability, etc.)



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