The Bioengineering group has an international reputation for the recording, analysis and modelling of physiological signals. Our basic research is complemented with industrial and clinical applications. The Bioengineering group includes the NeuroEngineering Lab, NeuroLab and Dr Schlindwein's Lab.


BioEng bioengineering Dr Quian Quiroga Dr Pearce Dr Schlindwein Dr Ison Associated Staff Gait Control Heart Rate Variability Eye movements Visual Perception Spike Sorting Neuroprosthetics Chemical Sensing EEG Silicon Nose

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