The iossifidis Lab for BCI and Robotics is a central research center at HRW with a mission to perform interdisciplinary research at the interface between natural and artificial intelligent systems. Research at the Lab seeks to advance the theoretical understanding of nervous function and behavior in close association with neural or behavioral experiments and focussed on theoretical ideas from the theory of dynamical systems, neural networks, and evolutionary algorithms. The transfer of ideas to the technological domain is focused around the problems of artificial action (e.g., autonomous robotics), artificial perception (e.g., computer vision), and artificial cognition (e.g., fusion, planning, prediction). New approaches are assessed by applying them to real-world problems (e.g., driver assistance systems, biomedical image processing).
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