The Computational Physiology Lab in collaboration with the Texas Transportation Institute and the University of Michigan received a grant from Toyota Inc. for developing the cyber-human vehicle interface of the future.
This paper describes the design of a novel real-time ozone app.
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March 15, 2012
Our reserach is featured on Science 360
March 6, 2012
We have discovered a fundamental and well-hidden human behavior. Dexterity sets humans apart from all other animals and is directly linked to the development of civilization. In this sense, dexterity has been closely connected to higher order cognitive functions rather than raw sympathetic responses. Contrary to this common belief, our research suggests that in dexterous challenges the sympathetic system appears to dominate behavior, producing 'fight or flight' responses that translate to fast (and counter-productive) pace of attempt. Read more ...
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The Computational Physiology Lab (CPL) was founded in 2002 by Dr. Ioannis Pavlidis and since then gained worldwide recognition. At this moment the lab has three research lines and an educational research effort on science ethics. Our focus is on unobtrusive and sustained monitoring of physiological variables. This is embedded imaginatively in psycho-physiological, biomedical, and behavioral paradigms. Sensing is effected either through thermal imaging or wearable transducers. This novel methodological work has spurred psychological and medical discoveries and formed the basis for new applications. Substantial technical sophistication is involved in performing physiological measurements of this kind. Elements from mathematics, computing, statistics, medicine, and physiologiy need to come together. CPL is an interdisciplinary lab and draws additional expertise from partner labs in The Mayo Clinic, The University of Texas Medical School, and The Methodist Hospital. CPL is famous for its work in stress quantification, lie detection, sleep studies, and behavioral gaming. All of them found civilian or military applications. The research of our members has been published in some of the most prestigious science journals and venues, including Nature, Lancet, New England Journal of Medicine, and CHI. We are dedicated to both scientific and engineering excellence and a genuine desire to produce tangible social good.