Wichita State University's Neuro-Robotics Laboratory conducts research from cognitive
neuroscience to rehabilitation robotics. The lab is located in Engineering Building
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, a 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.