Dr Gang Li
- Research Associate (School of Psychology & Neuroscience Administration)
My expertise is the design and implementation of the closed-loop EEG-based brain-machine interface system coupled with transcranial electrostimulation (tDCS/tACS) techniques. I obtained an MSc in Computer Science and Engineering and a PhD in Electronic Engineering at two different universities in South Korea. I was a visiting scholar at UC San Francisco in the US and a research assistant professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China. Currently, I am a postdoc research associate leading an ERC-funded multidisciplinary neuroergonomics research in the School of Psychology and Neuroscience and the School of Computing Science. I have authored dozens of scientific articles and have been a chief scientific advisor for a brain science startup company in China. My research and perspectives have been reported by Korean Yonhap News Agency, Scottish The Scotsman and Shanghai Education TV programs. My research vision is to combine neuroscience and immersive technology to enhance brain/human function in real-world settings.
Grants and Awards listed are those received whilst working with the University of Glasgow.
- Reducing VR motion sickness using a built-in neurostimulation module
Medical Research Council
2023 - 2024
- Metacare: AI-Powered Automated Detection of Motion Sickness for VR Users Struggling in the Metaverse-Based Transport
The Royal Society of Edinburgh
2023 - 2023