UMBC ACM-IEEE awards Best Woman Researcher to our PhD student

Congratulations Deepa Gupta on being awarded the Best Woman Researcher Award at the UMBC ACM-IEEE CSEE Research Day!

Deepa Gupta’s research work primarily focuses on signal processing for neural cognitive conclusions from electroencephalography (EEG) activity along mentoring undergraduates and high school students. At this event, she discussed functional connectivity analysis using EEG with Kapton polyimide based microelectrode array from a C57/BL6 mouse model to auditory stimulation and found significant correlation between left motor and somatosensory cortex along high visual cortex activity in the delta wave band. Such studies can eventually open doorway to advance medicine. This is supported by our NSF grant ECCS-1631820.

Related publication:

Gupta, D., et al. “Kapton polyimide-based EEG microelectrode array and interfaces for mice brainwave recordings and analysis.” Smart Biomedical and Physiological Sensor Technology XV. Vol. 10662. International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2018.