We seek advanced bachelor/early master students for supporting the execution of EEG sessions to assess the effects on signal quality when measuring EEG signals using novel electrode coating techniques. The main focus of the job will be constructing a test rig where novel EEG electrode designs can be analyzed regarding their ability to suppress movement artifacts and signal drift and running the corresponding EEG sessions.
- Basic engineering skills such as simple soldering and mechanical assembly.
- Excellent communication skills in English.
- A genuine interest in bioelectronic interfaces.
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