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Oct. 29, 2018

Qin’s paper explores high rate BCI with portable devices

Dr. Jerry Qin

Dr. Jerry Qin

Dr. Jerry Qin, an assistant professor of computer science and information systems at Northwest Missouri State University, presented his paper Sept. 26 at the IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies (CHASE) in Washington, D.C.

His paper, titled “High Rate BCI with Portable Devices based on EEG,” explores the feasibility of implementing high-bit-rate BCI using consumer-grade portable devices and investigated several factors that affect the bit rate and maximize bit rate with the best choices of these factors.

“Our work can be easily integrated into security applications such as defending against shoulder-surfing attacks and assist patients with reduced motor abilities,” Qin wrote.

Qin joined the Northwest faculty in 2016 and his academic interests include cybersecurity, mobile computing and cyber-physical systems. He earned his Ph.D. in computer science from the College of William and Mary and a Master of Science in physics from Dartmouth College. He also earned a Master of Science in space physics and a Bachelor of Science in geophysics from Beijing University in China.


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