Brain-Computer Interfaces: A New Direction in Human-Computer Interaction

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From remote controlled weapons to alleviating the isolation of a “locked in” person to children’s games that reveal insights about concentration, Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) are the link for controlling computers using neural input.  Through brain imaging and signal acquisition techniques, researchers are discovering applications of BCIs in real world settings.

Adriane B. Randolph, Ph.D., Director of BrainLab, Kennesaw State University

This opportunity is open to all invitees and will begin at 5:40 in the Delegate room on the second floor.  The 20 minute session will end by 6:00 and Dr. Randolph will be available at the reception for discussion and conversation.

Dr. Adriane B. Randolph is director of the BrainLab and an Assistant Professor of Information Systems in the Michael J. Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University (KSU).

She received a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the Department of Computer Information Systems at Georgia State University and a B.S. in Systems Engineering with Distinction from the University of Virginia.  Prior to academia, Dr. Randolph worked for Accenture implementing change management and human performance tools in the federal government sector in Washington, D.C.

Her research focuses on brain-computer interface systems which allow for non-muscularly controlled assistive technologies and understanding of varying human mental states.  She has published several refereed papers and book chapters including manuscripts in the International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction and the ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing.  Dr. Randolph has been featured as a speaker for TEDxPeachtree, by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of “40 Under 40” Young Professionals on the Rise, as a member of Leadership Georgia, as a nominee for Leadership Atlanta, and as a person who is “transforming the world” in Entrepreneur Magazine.

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