Girijesh Prasad

Girijesh Prasad (M’98–SM’07) received the B.Tech. degree in electrical engineering from NIT (formerly REC) Calicut, India, in 1987, the M.Tech. degree in Computer Science and Technology from IIT (formerly UOR) Roorkee, India, in 1992, and the Ph.D. degree from Queen’s University, Belfast, U.K., in 1997. He currently holds the post of Professor of Intelligent Systems in the School of Computing and Intelligent Systems, Ulster University, Magee campus. As an executive member of Intelligent Systems Research Centre at Magee campus, he leads the Neural Systems and Neuro-technology team. He is the Director of Northern Ireland Functional Brain Mapping facility for MEG studies. His research interests are in computational intelligence, brain modelling, brain-computer interfaces and neuro-rehabilitation, and assistive robotic systems. He has published over 200 research papers in international journals, books, and conference proceedings. Prof. Prasad is a Chartered Engineer and a fellow of the IET. He is a founder member of IEEE SMC TCs on Brain-Machine Interface Systems and Evolving Intelligent Systems.

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Directed Functional Connectivity in Fronto-Centroparietal Circuit Correlates With Motor Adaptation in Gait Training
Lower-extremity robotic exoskeletons are used in gait rehabilitation to achieve functional motor recovery. To date, little is known about how gait training and post-training are characterized in brain signals and their causal connectivity. In this work, we used time-domain partial... Read more