Rehabilitation & Regenerative Engineering

Are you interested in medical technologies to restore and improve health? Lean how engineering tools can assist people with mobility, generate implantable tissue, and enhance the organ function.

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..

Faculty with primary interest in this area are


– Hyun-Wook Kang

– Jeong-Beom Kim

– Tae-Eun Park

– Gwanseob Shin

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