Professor Gao’s research interests lie in brain computer interfaces (BCI), which is sub-branches of neural engineering using computational techniques to explore the inner workings of the brain through distinct perspectives. The BCI study covers three aspects of human brain exploration: understanding the brain, protecting the brain, and creating the brain. The BCI technology has become a hot research topic in the areas of neuroscience, neural engineering, medicine, and rehabilitation.
Professor Gao’s long-term research goals are to create effective tools for the theoretical and practical analysis of EEG data, with broad applications ranging from basic neurophysiology studies through clinical studies to neural engineering that seek to shed light on how the brain functions and why it operates in particular ways.
PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Tsinghua University (1992)
MS, Biomedical Engineering, Peking Union Medicine University (1989)
BA, Biomedical Engineering, Zhejiang University (1986)