[2022 Fall Seminar] 11/15 Seminar Announcement


The seminar on 11/15 (Tue) will be held at National Central University. Please refer to the following details for the seminar:


Speaker: Dr. Tsung-Ren Huang 黃從仁

                 Associate Professor,
                 Department of Psychology,
                 National Taiwan University



       Person-identifying brainprints are stably embedded in EEG/MEG mindprints


       Electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) signals measured under fixed conditions have been exploited as biometric identifiers. However, what contributes to the uniqueness of one's brain signals remains unclear. This talk will present converging evidence for a person-identifying EEG/MEG component shared across tasks and sessions. Such task invariance and temporal stability suggest that these person-identifying EEG/MEG characteristics are more of structural brainprints than functional mindprints. Besides theoretical clarifications, the discovery of these EEG/MEG brainprints have practical implications for privacy protection and the application of brain-computer interfaces, which will also be discussed in this presentation.

Date & Time: November 15 (Tue.), 14:00-16:00 pm

       Seminar: 14:00-15:00 pm

Post-seminar: 15:00-16:00 pm


CV: CV.pdf