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Laboratory for Bionic Communication Engineering
Ryota Horie
Associate Professor, Department of Communications Engineering
College of Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in Master's Program
Functional Control Systems in Doctoral Program
Location: Toyosu Campus
Laboratory Overview
Integration of Brain-Computer Interfaces and Information Communication Technology
We develop systems with integration of Brain-Computer Intrefaces (BCIs) and information communication technology (ICT) and apply the systems to life support systems and entertainment systems. We also study methods for bio-signal measurement and processing, cognitive neuroscience and mathematical modeling as element technology.
Laboratory Character We have developed a compact BCI by combining a compact EEG recorders and a tablet terminal. We integrated the compact BCI with Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality, Merged Reality technologies. We realized BCI systems for controlling powered wheelchair and electric home appliances with combining AR technology, and BCI systems for VR games, MR games and VR concerts.
Research Outputs You can review research papers in the website below.
Laboratory Research Field
Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) EEG biocybernetics cognitive neuroscience mathematical biology
nonlinear optimization and neural networks Internet of Things(IoT) Virtual/Augmented/Merged Reality (VR/AR/MR) life support system entertainment system
Recent Research Topics
Development of compact BCIs Development of life support systems and entertainment systems by integration of the compact BCIs and information communications technologies Development of experimental systems and signal processing methods for EEG and other bio-signals    
Affiliated Conferences
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Institute of Electronics Information and Communication Engineers Society of Instrument and Control Engineers The Society of Life Support Engineering
Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering The Japan Neuroscience Society Society for Neuroscience the Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology Society of Evolutionary Studies
For Social Contributions to the World Sustainability Our developed BCI systems can be applied for life support systems and entertainment systems for limb disabilities.
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Applicable Industrial Fields
Developing Brain-Computer Interface Designing Experiment Measuring and analyzing EEG and other bio-signals    
Instruments and Devices in this Laboratory
a classic EEG recorder compact EEG recorders wearable heart rate sensors wearable gesture sensors gesture sensors
Augmented Reality glasses Virtual Reality head mounted displays Merged Reality glasses    
Research Seeds
a compact Brain-Computer Interface EEG controlled VR game EEG controlled VR concert EEG controlled MR game