Mannes Poel

Mannes Poel (NL)

Mannes Poel is a senior reseacher at the Human Media Interaction group of the department of Computer Science of the University of Twente. He has a background in pure mathematics and theoretical computer science. After working several years on verification of concurrent processes his interest shifted towards Neural Networks, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. At the moment my research focuses on Machine Learning in the context of Human Behavior Computing, including Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI). Currently he supervise several PhD students in these area’s. He has co-authored several papers on Machine Learning in Human Media Interaction and Brain Computer Interaction, some of them also focusing on affective dialogue management.


Related links:    , , Lecture- A Support Vector Machine Approach to Dutch Part-of-Speech Tagging , Journal Article- The impact of loss of control on movement BCIs, Journal Article- A subject-independent brain-computer interface based on smoothed, second-order baselining