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Kyuhwa Lee

I am a postdoctoral researcher of Chair in Brain-Machine Interface lab at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL). I am interested in using machine learning methods to analyze and decode brain signals and their applications in real life. While being equally comfortable with both research and development environments, I am experienced in context-aware systems, time-series data modeling, real-time brain-machine interfaces and applied machine learning.

Prior to joining EPFL, I worked with Dr. Yiannis Demiris and Dr. Tae-Kyun Kim while in Personal Robotics Lab at Imperial College London, where I obtained my PhD. Whenever I have free time, I work on music production. They can be found at SoundCloud. I occasionally take photographs, which can be found at my web gallery.

Recent news
  • I won the First Prize (2nd rank) in Microsoft Brain Decoding Competition with 92.5% recognition accuracy among 1863 algothim submissions by 688 participants. My method is explained here.
  • I'm organizing a joint special session "Neural interfacing with Wearable Robotics" at International Conference on Neurorehabilitation and Wearable Robotics on 18-21 October in Segovia, Spain.
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