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Are you excited about Neurotech Wearables? Now might be an excellent time to get a glimpse!!
You are invited to participate in a study evaluating the efficacy of the 3D printed electrodes for the electroencephalography (EEG) monitoring system developed in our group and monitor brain signals under dynamic states in laboratory setups. Your participation in the study will contribute to the development of the next-generation EEG monitoring system that consists of thin, soft, conformal, and dry electrodes, printed directly on the human skin via a 3D printer. The study is being conducted in Prof. Nanshu Lu’s lab in the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics of The University of Texas at Austin, 2501 Speedway, EER 7.612, Austin,
TX 78712, 1-512-471-4208, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This research study has been approved by The University of Texas at Austin Institutional Review Board. The experiment of validating the printed EEG monitoring system will take approximately 7-8 hours and may repeat the same activity for 2-3 more days. You will be instructed to have a buzz haircut (3 mm clipper size) since we will print the electrodes directly on the scalp. All the EEG measurements will be conducted through a commercial Liveamp module (Brainvision).
Compensation will be given to all participants.
If you are an 18 to 45 years old healthy adult currently enrolled as a student at the University of Texas at Austin and would like more information about participating, please fill out the form or contact Pukar Maharjan at 512-767-4766 or email@example.com to obtain the “Consent for Participation in Research”.
Location: Engineering Education and Research Center (EERC)
PS: Parking is not provided
Monday, December 12, 2022
Engineering Education and Research Center (EER)
2501 Speedway, Austin, TX 78712