Today's interview recorded on April 29, 2015 is with Kyle Mathewson, Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta. In it, we discuss flexible (and edible) electronics, new interfaces and machine learning. He blew my mind talking about Scifi like applications that are being built in labs today!
Kyle Mathewson is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Faculty of Science’s Department of Psychology at the University of Alberta. His field of research is the cognitive neuroscience of visual awareness, attention, learning and memory. He is currently directing the Name to be Announced (NTBA) lab in the Department of Psychology at the University of Alberta (Departmental Page).
The lab uses human behavioural studies, neuroimaging, and electrophysiological recording to gain understanding of the visual attention system. They are also developing new technologies to non-invasively monitor physiology and brain activity.