Brain Computer Interfaces

We are an interdisciplinary research lab working to invent the future of neural interfacing and control


We have access to the world's information through today's ubiquitous digital devices, but they do not help us with some of the cognitive skills more critical to our success, such as motivation, attention, memory, creativity, communication, empathy and emotion regulation.

Fluid Interfaces creates cognitive support systems and experiences based on insights from Psychology and Neuroscience.

Our designs enhance cognitive skills by teaching users how to exploit and develop their untapped mental abilities or by seamlessly supplementing their natural abilities.  

Designed to support real-life studies and interventions, our solutions are compact and wearable.

Using insights and methods from human computer interaction, sensor technology, machine learning, brain computer interfaces, design, HCI, psychology, and neuroscience, our work creates new opportunities to study and intervene in human psychology in the real world.

The TSGS Research group

To bridge the gap between nanotechnology and synthetic biology, the TSGS research group combines engineering, applied physics, and biology.

Researchers in the group are primarily focused on two areas:

  • Developing novel nanoelectronic devices (such as quantum devices, spintronics, neuromorphic) using innovative device physics and smart nanomaterials to achieve extreme energy efficiency, scalability, and massive reduction in greenhouse gas emissions for the sustainable growth of Artificial Intelligence;

  • The combination of these next-generation technologies with living-matter can create nanomachine-bio hybrids with remote control and wireless communication capabilities to achieve unprecedented possibilities for probing, sensing, and modulating (for therapeutic purposes) the brain and body.

Beyond probing and modulating, the group aims to enable the incorporation of functionalities that would not otherwise be possible on the basis of biology, in order to enhance and transcend human limitations.

TSGS Fluid Brain Interface Research

Through communication, humanity developed the ability to speak and understand gestures, as well as tools such as writing instruments, printing presses, radios, computers, and the internet. Today, the majority of humanity's technological and creative output requires the dexterous tapping of fingers on a keyboard - and this is where things will change.

Just like Iain Banks' Scifi novels introduced the 'neural lace', a fictional device that can link to humans' brains and allow them to communicate, store and retrieve information, interface with machines, and regulate their biological functions.

TSGS is working to bring this into reality by working with our partners and Universities.

In order to change what is physically possible, humanity has never simply followed the rules. When we use brain interfaces to expand our cognitive abilities, this is especially true. It is imperative that we remain vigilant while creating this technology that will fundamentally alter the playing field for everyone. Stay tuned.

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