Wichita State University's Neuro-Robotics Laboratory conducts research from cognitive neuroscience to rehabilitation robotics. The lab is located in Engineering Building (EB) 203.
Neuro-Robotics Lab aims to understand human decision making, advance neural signal processing, and implement real time control algorithms for various robotic devices. Dr. Jaydip Desai, principal investigator and assistant professor of biomedical engineering at WSU, leads this lab with his diverse engineering background in brain-machine interface, medical robotics, and biosignal processing.
Neuro-Robotics Lab offers cutting edge hardware devices and software tools to provide hands on experience to the students and develop neuro-robotics control strategies to manipulate robotic devices in real time.