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Research Expertise and Interest

climate informatics, biosensory computing, brainwave authentication, information economics and policy

Research Description

Professor John Chuang leads the iceberk Lab to tackle societal challenges at the intersection of climate, people, and informatics. Previously he led the BioSENSE Lab in studying brainwave authentication using passthoughts, affective biosensing, embodied decision-making, and privacy of ubiquitous sensing. His earlier work investigated strategic cybersecurity investments, incentives for peer production, and scalability of multicast trees.

In the News

Computers that can identify you by your thoughts

Instead of typing your password, in the future you may only have to think your password, according to School of Information researchers. A new study explores the feasibility of brainwave-based computer authentication as a substitute for passwords.
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