Computer Science 250-BCI Brain-Computer Interaction. This is a seminar course exploring new forms of human-computer interaction based on measurement of brain function and properties. Students will read research papers in several related disciplines and present and discuss them in the seminar. We will explore the use of brain sensing technologies to detect specific forms of brain activity, with a focus on functional near-infrared spectroscopy work at Tufts. We will then explore ways to use such measurements as input to new forms of lightweight, adaptable user interfaces. Prerequisite: Background in one or more of: human-computer interaction, psychology, cognitive science, or brain measurement techniques; or permission of instructor. Jacob