I have always been driven by a passion for problem solving and the power of computers as problem solving tools lead me to study computer science. However, the human brain remains the best tool for solving problems and during my study I became more and more interested in figuring out how the brain works. When I an opportunity to work in the field of BCI for my PhD research came along I saw it as the perfect way to combine my background of computer science with my interest in studying the human brain. I see BCIs as advanced tools for helping humans solve problems and I am excited to be involved with a group that seeks to provide the first daily use BCI tool for people suffering from LIS.

Zac Freudenburg