Associate Professor at Columbia University with an interest in systems biology and neuroengineering
Nima Mesgarani research goal is to identify and model the representational and computational characteristics of the brain regions involved in naturalistic speech communication Using an interdisciplinary research approach, his goal is to bridge the gap between these two disciplines by reverse engineering the signal processing in the brain, which in turn inspires novel approaches to emulate human abilities in machines.
Visit website: http://nima.ee.columbia.edu/
See also: Columbia University - Private Ivy League research university in New York City
Nima Mesgarani News
New study method for decoding brain signals into speech
INVERSE - 29-Jan-2019
Speech BCI system: A future human-computer interaction technologyRead more...