Now that we’re in the full swing of summer quarter we’re looking back and highlighting some of the accomplishments of spring quarter and welcoming our summer research students.
C. Matlack; H. Chizeck; C. T. Moritz, “Empirical Movement Models for Brain Computer Interfaces,” in IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering , vol.PP, no.99, pp.1-1 doi: 10.1109/TNSRE.2016.2584101
Katherine Pratt was awarded as a member of the inaugural Husky 100 class. This award recognizes 100 individuals from across the UW campuses for work in and out of the classroom. Read more from the department here.
We are super excited to have high school and college students from UW and beyond working with us in the lab this summer:
Hannah is a rising sophomore here at the University of Washington. She’s worked in the lab previously, and is spending the summer working with Andrew Haddock on haptic diagnostic tools for patients with Parkinson’s Disease.
Matt Ehlert is going to be a junior this fall at the University of New Mexico. He’s working with Katherine Pratt and Howard Chizeck on BCI security.
Gabriel Solia is a visiting masters student from Brazil. His work includes the Microsoft Hololens, and he’s working with Sam Burden and Ryan Robinson.
Jane Yi is a high school student working with Gabriel, Sam, and Ryan on the Microsoft Hololens project.
Anisha Uppugonduri is a sophomore here at the University of Washington, and is working with Maggie Thompson.
Nishi Kaza is a rising junior at Skyline High School. He’s working on the touchless touchscreen project.’
Magena Fura (not pictured) is working with us through the CSNE Research Experience for Undergraduates program. She’s working with Maggie Thompson.
Alex Franke (not pictured) is working with us through the CSNE Research Experience for Undergraduates program. He’s working on neuroethics with Tim Brown.