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The thematic basis for this IGERT program is to build the scientific foundation for understanding how to engineer functional interfaces with the brain. There are three specific research themes for the Systems Neuroengineering IGERT:
Decoding brain signals, including cases for use in decision-making or in control of external objects
Modulating brain dynamics, including changing perception and behavior
Bi-directional brain interfacing, including self-contained, closed-loop brain-device systems
A core aim of this IGERT program is to train students to bridge brain activity, function, and behavior with interdisciplinary approaches that integrate theory, computational modeling, imaging, instrumentation, and experimental analysis.
Visit the program faculty webpage to see more details on research programs of the training faculty.