Computer Science Students Deliver Keynote at Undergraduate Symposium

April 26, 2017

undergrad symposium keynote

Amal Saaed and Jazzmine White selected to present their research

Computer science students Amal Saaed and Jazzmine White presented their research project "Identifying and Analyzing Security Vulnerabilities in Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs)" as part of the keynote panel at the Simmons Undergraduate Symposium

Their research included investigating low-cost BCI options and the usability of "thought passwords" as an alternative to traditional passwords. They also conducted security testing of the BCI to scan for vulnerabilities. Saaed and White were among a select few chosen for the keynote presentation. 

Photo of Amal Saeed, Jazzmine White and Professor Amber Stubbs.