I am a last year undergraduate student at the University of Minnesota. I am getting my BS in Computer Science and a Minor in integrated Neuroscience. I intend to pursue a graduate education in the interdisciplanary field of the combination between computer science and neuroscience. My current research is on the group of Dr Catherine Qi Zhao and it is focused on brain computer interfaces. Specially one research project develops new AI and deep learning methods to decode amputee’s motor intention based on their peripheral nerve activities. I can be reached at: email@example.com
Publications and Presentations
Lucas Nadolskis, “Use of computer vision to develop a device to assist visually impaired people on social distance,” Undergraduate Consortium at the Thirty-Fifth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-21) (acceptance rate 17%).
Lucas Nadolskis, “Applying novel technologies to assist visually impaired people with social distance measures”, poster at the Virtual Grace Hopper Celebration. October 2020. Available here
Lucas Nadolskis, “Use of computer vision to develop a device to assist visually impaired people on social distance”, final report for DREU project, August 2020. Available here