Brain & Cognitive Engineering

Do you want to understand how human brain works? Do you dream of building an artificial intelligence system that works like humans? You can get a chance to learn human information processing and apply the knowledge to solve engineering problems.

Brain & Cognitive Engineering is the scientific discipline of the human mind. It covers a wide range of research fields from perception and cognition to neuroprosthetics. Specific research focuses in the Brain & Cognitive Engineering group at UNIST include visual perception and cognition, decision-making, social cognition, mental health, and brain-computer interface. We aim to deepen the understanding of human information processing, and to solve engineering problems by examining behavioral and neural data and using computational modeling approaches.

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