Bioelectronic Interface Laboratory
Prof. Akinori UENO

Electronic, Information Systems

Research and Development of Human-Centered Interfaces

We are exploring human-centered human-machine interfaces by devising new sensing circuits, by analyzing bioelectrorical signals, or by applying novel signal processing technologies. We aspire not only to attain satisfactory human-friendly interfaces but also to gain and accumulate scientific knowledge through fundamental studies using the developed interfaces. We now cover two topics in this laboratory as follows: (1) Smart sensing of bioelectrical signals and its application to healthcare industry, to medical diagnosis or to assistive technologies, (2) Assessment of vigilance levels and its application to road accident prevention.

Prof. Akinori UENO

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Non-contact Cardiopulmonary Monitoring in Infant

Vigilance Level Estimation from Eyemovement Dynamics

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