Graduate Trainees

Guillermo Herrera-Arcos


Guillermo Herrera-Arcos works in the Biomechatronics research group at Tecnologico de Monterrey doing projects in collaboration with the University of Houston’ s laboratories for non-invasive brain-machine interface systems. His research interests include exoskeletons, BCI, sensors, machine learning, data mining, biomechanics and prosthetics. Currently, he is working on a brain on art study done at MARCO museum in Mexico using mobile brain-body imaging technologies while visitors viewed art, focused on understanding and characterizing brain signals during aesthetic experiences.

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