Arkadiusz Stopczynski

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Arkadiusz Stopczynski (Arek Stopczynski)
Affiliation: Section for Cognitive Systems, Technical University of Denmark
Location: Denmark
Position: PhD Student
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Arkadiusz "Arek" Stopcynzynski is a PhD Student at the Section for Cognitive Systems, DTU Compute, Technical University of Denmark. He has been working with the Smartphone Brain Scanner, — mobile EEG implemented with a smartphone and an Emotiv headset.

Areks code is available from:

He is now working in the SensibleDTU research project.


[edit] Work

  1. A smartphone interface for a wireless EEG headset with real-time 3D reconstruction
  2. Measuring large-scale social networks with high resolution
  3. Participatory bluetooth sensing: a method for acquiring spatio-temporal data about participant mobility and interactions at large scale events
  4. Privacy for personal neuroinformatics
  5. Smartphones as pocketable labs: visions for mobile brain imaging and neurofeedback
  6. The Smartphone Brain Scanner: a portable real-time neuroimaging system

[edit] Thesis

  1. Mobile phone as cognitive systems

[edit] As co-author

  1. A festival-wide social network using 2D barcodes, mobile phones and situated displays
  2. An evaluation of EEG scanner's dependence on the imaging technique, forward model computation method, and array dimensionality
  3. Augmenting the sound experience at music festivals using mobile phones
  4. Crowds, bluetooth, and rock'n'roll: understanding music festival participant behavior
  5. Smartphones get emotional: mind reading images and reconstructing the neural sources
  6. Spatio temporal media components for neurofeedback
  7. The fundamental structures of dynamic social networks
  8. The new deal on data: a framework for institutional controls
  9. The strength of the strongest ties in collaborative problem solving
  10. Tracking human mobility using WiFi signals
  11. Training your brain on a tablet

[edit] External links

  1. Nokia N900 portable brain scanner explained, NokiaConversations
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