Chang Receives BCI Society Student Award

February 12, 2021

The Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Society has selected Yin-Jui Chang, has been as a recipient of the BCI Society Student Award for his submission to the 2021 International BCI Meeting.

This award is given to trainees (undergraduate students, graduate students, or post-doctoral researchers) based on scientific merit.

Chang is a second-year graduate student where he works in Assistant Professor Samantha Santacruz's lab on neural recording research. He was awarded for his recent work on bi-directional modeling between local field potential (LFP) and screw-electrocorticography (screw-ECoG) signals.

He will present his work at the upcoming virtual edition of the International BCI Meeting, vBCI, scheduled June 7–9, 2021. Chang was previously awarded a Government Scholarship to Study Abroad from the Ministry of Education for Taiwan and a 2020 Trainee Professional Development Award from the Society for Neuroscience (SfN).