Research Volunteer Opportunity

The UT Clinical Neuroprosthetics and Brain Interaction Lab (Led by Dr. José del R. Millán) is looking for students/adults to participate in a brain-computer interface controlled interactive environment experiment.- The study consists of around 2 hours daily sessions where participants will perform a motor imagination task to control Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) on their arm.
- Participants are encouraged to schedule a fixed 2hr 30min daily time slot to attend for 5 consecutive days during the week.
- In total, there will be 5 days of the experiment, 2-hour on each day
- The role of maintaining attention is crucial to the study. Therefore the participants are encouraged not to attend at hours when they feel sleepy or tiresome, for example, after a meal.
- The contents of this experiment are not dangerous nor complex.

 

To see our demos using FES at the TEDxYouth event, please see our lab website: http://sites.utexas.edu/jdrmillan/


**This would be a volunteer opportunity with no compensation.**


Location: Engineering Education and Research Center (EERC)Registration Link: * For more information, please contact:

Rawan Fakhreddine - rawan-f10@utexas.edu
 

Wednesday, October 27

More dates through June 20, 2022

2501 Speedway, Austin, TX 78712, EER 6.828A

Event Type

Academics, Health & Wellness, Research Opportunities & Studies, Science & Tech

Departments

Cockrell School of Engineering

Target Audience

Students, General Public

Campus Announcements

Volunteer

Research Opportunities

Unpaid

Website

http://sites.utexas.edu/jdrmillan/

Hashtag

#research

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