Ramesh Srinivasan received the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1988 and PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering from Tulane University in 1994. He worked in industry at Electrical Geodesics, Inc. and did a postdoctoral fellowship in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Oregon. He was a Fellow in Theoretical Neurobiology at the Neurosciences Institute in San Diego. He is presently a Professor of Cognitive Sciences and Biomedical Engineering at the University of California, Irvine. His research interests are in the theoretical models of EEG and MEG, statistical signal processing methods for EEG, and applications of EEG in cognitive and clinical neuroscience.
TNSRE, Featured ArticlesMovement Anticipation and EEG: Implications for BCI-Contingent Robot Therapy
Sumner L. Norman, Mark Dennison, Eric Wolbrecht, Steven C. Cramer, Ramesh Srinivasan, David J. Reinkensmeyer
Brain-computer interfacing is a technology that has the potential to improve patient engagement in robot-assisted rehabilitation therapy. For example, movement intention reduces mu (8-13 Hz) oscillation amplitude over the sensorimotor cortex, a phenomenon referred to as event-related desynchronization (ERD). In... Read more
Posted on 5 AUG 2016