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    Graduate students


    1. Takumi KODAMA - a graduate student (M2 '16/17) at the Graduate School of Systems Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba, Japan
      • Research focus on the vibrotactile BCI based on a whole body stimulation (vbBCI)
      • Selected publications:
        • Kodama T. Spatial Tactile Brain-computer Interface Paradigm by Applying Vibration Stimulus to Large Body Areas [Bachelor Degree Thesis]. School of Informatics - University of Tsukuba. Tsukuba, Japan; 2014.
    2. Kensuke SHIMIZU - a graduate student (M2 '16/17) at the Graduate School of Systems Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba, Japan
      • Research focus on the tactile-pressure-based BCI (tBCI)
      • Selected publications: 
        • Shimizu K, Kodama T, Jurica P, Cichocki A, Rutkowski TM. Tactile BCI Paradigms for Robots’ Control. In: 6th Conference on Systems Neuroscience and Rehabilitation 2015 (SNR 2015). Tokorozawa, Japan; 2015. p. 28.
        • Shimizu K, Makino S, Rutkowski TM. Tactile Pin-pressure Brain-computer Interface. In: Proceedings of The 10th AEARU Workshop on Computer Science and Web Technologies (CSWT-2015). University of Tsukuba; 2015. p. 35–36.
        • Shimizu K, Mori H, Makino S, Rutkowski TM. Tactile pressure brain-computer interface using point matrix pattern paradigm. In: Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems (SCIS), 2014 Joint 7th International Conference on and Advanced Intelligent Systems (ISIS), 15th International Symposium on; 2014. p. 473–477. Available from: [link].
        • Neto WM, Shimizu K, Mori H, Rutkowski TM. Virtual reality feedback environment for brain computer interface paradigm using tactile and bone-conduction auditory modality paradigms. In: Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems (SCIS), 2014 Joint 7th International Conference on and Advanced Intelligent Systems (ISIS), 15th International Symposium on; 2014. p. 469–472. Available from: [link].
    3. Thomas "Tom" STEWART - a visiting graduate student from Biological Cybernetics Lab (Hoshino Lab), University of Tsukuba, Japan
      • Research focus on BCI for neuroprosthesis control.
      • Developer of a linux driver for the g.tec's gUSBAmp running under Linux available on GitHub as tomstewart89/gtec-bcilab