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Riya Paul

Room number: 119
E-Mail: riya.paul

 

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Riya Paul

Position: Master Student  Unit: Alumni Bülthoff Alumni Logothetis

Research Group: Cognition & Control in Man- Machine Systems
Supervised by: Lewis Chuang, PhD

Research-Currently working on the viability of EEG measurement of in 8 degrees of freedom vehicle simulator.

Education

Bachelor of Technology ( 2005-2009) - West Bengal University of Technology in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

Studying M.Sc in Digital Communication Engineering in Christian Albrechts University of Kiel( 2011 )


Work Experience:-

  • Master Student at Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics (Dept. Bülthoff) ( November 2013-present)
  • BOEPL, Kolkata  (April 2010-August 2010): Trainee R&D Engineer

 

  • Trishul Green Lights, Bangalore (August 2010 -October 2010): R&D Engineer Role and Responsibilities: Designed and developed various LED based lighting devices using PCB design software like EAGLE and also tested them.

 

  • Pailan College of Engineering and Technology (April 2011- September 2011): Worked as a Lecturer and Technical Assistant in Electronics and Communication Engineering department.
  • Christian Albrechts University zu Kiel (Technische Fakultät) (January 2012- January 2013) Worked as a Student  Research Assistant in Medical  Signal Processing Department
  • Worked as Student  Research Assistant in Medical  Signal Processing at the Department of Digital Signal Processing and System Theory developing programs for EEG ,EMG ,Parkinson and Tremor data analysis.

 

  • Fraunhofer MeVis, Bremen (May 2013 – October 2013): Worked as an intern in quality control of Diffusion MRI images
  • GEOMAR -HEIMHOLTZ ZENTRUM FUR OZEANFORSCUNG (HEIMHOLTZ CENTRE FOR OCEAN RESEARCH), KIEL- Developing MATLAB codes for oceanographic image data analysis.


  • Volunteer Member of European Brain and Behavior Society (EBBS)( From 2012- present)

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