2016 spring 

BCE500 Brain and Cognitive Engineering I

 

Synopsis 

This course is intended for graduate students in the Brain and Cognitive Engineering program with an interest and some background knowledge in Brain and Cognitive Engineering. This course aims at reviewing fundamental neuroscience and engineering underlying the neuronal functions including neuron-machine interface, neural chips, neuronal stimulation, etc.

 

Professor

Jeaseung Jeong (jsjeong@kaist.ac.kr, 042-350-4319)

 

Class

ChungMoonSoul Building #219

Tue, Thu 14:30-16:00

 

Credit

3 Unints (3:0:3)

 

Prerequisite

No prerequisite class

 

Grading

1. Mid-term Exam %

2. Final Exam %

3. 40-min oral presentation (every class) %

4. Attendance

 

TA

Su Hyun Kim (lljkh@kaist.ac.kr)
ChungMoonSoul Building 405, 407

 

Textbook

None

 

Lecture Schedule

Syllabus

 

Lecture materials

1. Brain Stimulation Techniques

2. Brain-Computer Interface

3. Neural Prosthetics

4. Wearable device for the brain

5. Neuromorphic chips

6. Brain-inspired AI

7. AI for Healthcare

8. Reverse engineering the brain