Human Brain and Brain Machine Interfaces lecture by Sam Rodriques in E15-207 Sep 30, 2018. (+pizza)
Sam Rodriques (Media Lab + Broad Institute) received his undergraduate degree in physics from Haverford College, Pennsylvania. He spent two years at the University of Cambridge, studying Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics during the first year, and researching computational neuroscience in the Computational and Biological Learning Lab during the second. He is now pursuing a Ph.D. in Physics, developing tools that will ultimately be needed for the development of a broad understanding of the brain, its functions, and its pathologies.
We also had some surprise guests from BMI industry so we welcomed students to join the great discussion during the roundtable after the talk.