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Monday October 23, 2017

Armando Barreto

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Florida International University
Phone: (305)348-3711, Email: barretoa@fiu.edu

Research Areas:

Digital Signal Processing (DSP) — Previously I have developed projects applying DSP to Radar, Computerized Numerical Control, etc.

Currently I have a particular focus on Biomedical Signal Processing, with especial interest devoted to applications in the Human-Computer Interaction and Assistive Technology areas.

Specific Projects of current interest:

  • Eye Gaze Tracking (EGT) / Electromyogram (EMG) cursor control for individuals with motor disabilities
  • Customized computer image pre-compensation for individuals with severe visual aberrations
  • Spatial (3D) sound technology to facilitate computer interaction of individuals with visual impairments
  • Real-time measurement and processing of physiological signals (Galvanic Skin Response, Blood Volume Pulse, Skin Temperature, Pupil Diameter, etc.) for the assessment of the affective state of computer users

URL for the FIU DSP Laboratory:
http://dsplab.eng.fiu.edu

URL for Armando Barreto's Research Publications:
http://dsplab.eng.fiu.edu/DSP/Publications/


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This material is based in part upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number OISE-0730065. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. © 2007 Florida International University