CRI Research Collaboratory starts a bi-weekly seminar series open to the whole CRI Community
In order to better share the what we do at CRI Research Collaboratory, we are starting a bi-weekly seminar series, featuring presentations from our resident researchers (and occasional guests), open to all CRI.
The first seminar will be by one of our short-term fellows, Jonathan Grizou, some of you may know him from his Open Valut Challenge (also at the end of the Discovery Day game), the abstract is bellow and in this event post. Jonathan promises there will be no math and no slides!
Monday, September 23, 2019 from 11:30am to 12:30pm in the CRI Amphitheater
Interactive introduction to self-calibrating interfaces
Jonathan Grizou (CRI Research Short-term Fellow)
A self-calibrating interface can identify what you are trying to do without knowing how you are trying to do it. Together we will discover a PIN entering interface that is self-calibrating, you will play with it and visualise how it works under the hood. We will then brainstorm possible applications of such interfaces, such as brain-computer interfaces. No math, no slides. More info: https://jgrizou.com/projects/vault/
We hope you all feel welcome to stop by these seminars. They will be announced via usual CRI events pages. Hope you join us!