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Brain Computer Interface

This certification validates that you know specific methods, models, and/or tools. This is essential to professionals in order to be updated on the latest technology trends, and to add to their BCI resource collections.

Course Description

The Art of Service's introductory Brain Computer Interface training and certification helps IT practitioners develop the skills that are crucial as businesses embark on this massive transformation. It provides an industry credential for any IT professional to help them transform into the world of Brain Computer Interface research.
This training and certification enables you to move both the industry and business forward and quickly take advantage of the benefits that Brain Computer Interface applications present.

Get Certified

Explore and investigate the intricate communication methods between the brain and external devices. Start to make sense of new and improved communication tools created due to fast-emerging technology research. Ensure you get a head start and a deeper understanding of BCI applications and the benefits they have for modern day medicine.CS logo

Brain–Computer Interface (BCI), sometimes called a direct neural interface or a brain–machine interface (BMI), is a direct communication pathway between the brain and an external device. BCIs are often directed at assisting, augmenting, or repairing human cognitive or sensory-motor functions. This certification would be beneficial to IT Professionals looking to gain a deeper understanding of BCIs, businesses looking to identify opportunities within the BCI field, and individuals wanting to learn about BCI technologies and uses.

This certification validates that you know specific methods, models, and/or tools. This is essential to professionals in order to be updated on the latest technology trends, and to add to their BCI resource collections.


What will you get?

  • Brain Computer Interface Workbook

    PDF eBook to download for additional content and reference material.

  • 90 Days Access to online Course

    Multimedia presentations, quizzes and exercises to gain knowledge about Brain-Computer Interface. (You can purchase course extensions when you need more time)

  • Bonus: Certification Exam

    Included in the course is the exam preparation, to make sure you pass your certification exam - which is also included in your course at no extra cost. (* Additional exam sittings can be purchased at $45.00 each)

The Learning Experience

The program combines presentations supported by trainer audio. Each module is followed by quizzes and exercises (marking scheme provided) to test your knowledge and competency, and to enhance understanding of the key concepts. A certificate is awarded to your successful passing of the final exam (80% pass requirement) and completion of the course.

Course curriculum

The recommended minimum contact hours to pass the certification test is 18 hours

  • 1

    Resources

    • Brain Computer Interface Certification Kit Workbook

    • Brain Computer Interface Course Syllabus

    • Brain-Computer Interface glossary of terms

  • 2

    1. Introduction to BCI

    • 1.1 Introduction and Objectives

    • 1.2 Definition and Overview of Brain Computer Interface

    • 1.3 History of Brain Computer Interface

    • 1.4 BCI vs Neuroprosthetics

    • 1.5 Advantages and Disadvantages

    • 1.6 Limitations of Brain Computer Interface

    • Reading Assignment

  • 3

    2. Understanding our Brain and Brain-Cumpter Interface

    • 2.1 Introduction and Objectives

    • 2.2 How does our Brain Work

    • 2.3 Understanding BCI

    • 2.4 BCI Components

    • 2.5 Summary

    • Reading Assignment

    • Quiz 1

  • 4

    3. Types of Brain-Computer Interface

    • 3.1 Introduction and Objectives

    • 3.2 Introduction to the Types of BCI

    • 3.3 Invasive

    • 3.4 Partially Invasive

    • 3.5 Noninvasive

    • 3.6 Wireless

    • Reading Assignment

  • 5

    4. Brain-Computer Interface in Animals

    • 4.1 Introduction and Objectives

    • 4.2 Monkeys Trained to Control Computer Cursor

    • 4.3 Monkey Brain Controlled Robotic Arm

    • 4.4 Rat Car

    • 4.5 Monkey Mentally Controls Robot 7,000 miles Away

    • 4.6 First Direct Interface Between Two Animals

    • 4.7 Harvard Creates brain-to-brain Interface

    • Reading Assignment

    • Quiz 2

  • 6

    5. Brain-Computer Interface in Humans

    • 5.1 Introduction and Objectives

    • 5.2 BCI to Aid the Blind and the Quadriplegic

    • 5.3 Tetraplegic BrainGate BCI Implementation

    • 5.4 BCI Communication over the Internet and Device that let the Blind See

    • 5.5 BCI allows Person to Tweet and Control a Robot and Wheelchair by Thought

    • 5.6 Thought Controls Bionic Hand

    • 5.7 Researchers Replace Passwords with Pass Thoughts

    • 5.8 First Human brain-to-brain Interface and First Wireless, Implanted BCI

    • Reading Assignment

  • 7

    6. Brain-Computer Interface Applications

    • 6.1 Introduction and Objectives

    • 6.2 Introduction to BCI Applications - Medical Applications

    • 6.3 Invasive BCI Medical Applications

    • 6.4 Nonivasive BCI Medical Applications

    • 6.5 Non-Medical Applications Device Control

    • 6.6 User State Monitoring and Evaluation

    • 6.7 Training and Education - Gaming and Entertainment

    • 6.8 Technological Challenges for Non-Medical BCIs

    • 6.9 System Integration

    • Reading Assignment

  • 8

    7. Brain-Computer Interface Technology

    • 7.1 Introduction and Objectives

    • 7.2 Emotiv

    • 7.3 Mindball and Mindflex

    • 7.4 Mindwave

    • 7.5 Neural Impulse Actuator and Interaxon

    • 7.6 MyndPlay Brain Band and Xwave Headset

    • 7.7 Neural Signals and NASA

    • 7.8 Cyberkinetics and Second Life

    • Reading Assignment

    • Quiz 3

  • 9

    8. Current and Future Status of Brain-Computer Interface

    • 8.1 Introduction and Objectives

    • 8.2 Current Status of BCI Technology

    • 8.3 Future of BCI

    • 8.4 Problems and Prospects- Validation and Dissemination

    • 8.5 Problems and Prospects- Signal-Acquisition Hardware

    • 8.6 Problems and Prospects- Reliability

    • 8.7 Indications and Predictions

    • Reading Assignment

  • 10

    Exam Information

    • Sample Exam

    • Course Evaluation Form

    • Final Exam

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What will you learn?

  • Learn the important concepts, advantages, and uses of BCI applications.
  • How to use emerging communication tools created by BCI technology.
  • How to define requirements for using BCI applications.
  • How to implement BCI correctly.
  • How to recognize the advantages and benefits of BCI technology, and how it has effected wider society.

Student Feedback

4 star rating

BCI course review

Georgy Gadzhiev

Very high level, general purpose course. Not so deep as I expected, but good enough for the beginning. Good start point for the further development.

Very high level, general purpose course. Not so deep as I expected, but good enough for the beginning. Good start point for the further development.

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