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Daniel Sjölie

  • M.Sc. in Computing Science
  • PhD student
  • Department of Computing Science, Umeå Unversity
  • 9Followers
  • 9Following

Research interests

Reality-Based InteractionVirtual RealityArtificial IntelligenceCognitive NeuroscienceBrain Imaging/Measurements (fMRI)Brain-Computer Interfaces (Passive/Adaptive)

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Phd student in computing science with a focus on advanced, reality-based, human-computer interaction in relation to cognition and brain measurements. Currently working with virtual reality and fMRI to investigate these issues. Using an understanding of the brain to interpret brain measurements for adaptation of such complex HCI, with a focus on diagnostics, training and rehabilitation related to brain functions, is a central vision. Background: Software developer with 7 years experience as research engineer in the field of virtual reality and interactive simulations. Extensive experience using C++ and working with 3d-graphics with additional experience in the many fields relevant to VR such as research, trials, psychology, rehabilitation, physics simulation, networking, diverse input devices, and more.

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Professional experience

PhD student

Department of Computing Science, Umeå Unversity

December 2008 - Present

Education

M.Sc. in Computing Science

Department of Computing Science, Umeå Unversity

September 1996 - May 2002(6 years)