Few books that I read give me the feeling that they are written for me, but the book Mathematics for Machine Learning does. The book’s authors start from the basics and present advanced mathematical concepts in an understandable way. If you ever want to get “under the hood” of machine learning, I suggest you start here.
I visited my first conference this spring. I presented a poster (abstract and video) for an adaptive approach to the calibration of BCI systems. I was very nervous before it started, but it was great – so much inspiration and new ideas. Some thoughts that I bring to the next conference I visit: Don’t be afraid toContinue reading “vBCI – reflections”
So how about the running? Well, parts 2 and 3 of Lundaloppet went great! Part 4, on the other hand… I managed to hurt my knee/leg/hip (a bit unclear where the problem is) after part 3. Hence, I walked part 4. Not a great success, but I think it was a wise decision. Additionally, my husband’sContinue reading “Running”
So far during the summer, a colleague (Martin Gemborn Nilsson) and I have been working on setting up a real-time BCI system. We had our struggles, but in the end, we managed. We used Timeflux and Psychopy. The BCI system detects the user’s workload (“how hard is the user thinking”). To calibrate, the user does an n-back experiment where theContinue reading “Summer BCI project”
It’s summertime! Yay! We visited Sofiero in the beautiful weather. It is easy to take pictures of flowers, much harder to take of humans.
The abstract that I submitted to my first conference has been accepted! What that means is that I will have a poster at the virtual BCI meeting next week. I have never been to a conference before, and I’m nervous. But I have done all preparations: prepared a pitch video and made the poster, so I thinkContinue reading “vBCI 2021”
At LTH, there is a tradition among the student guilds to honor the year’s best teacher and teaching assistant. First, the students nominate teachers and teaching assistants they like, and then the student council selects the best teacher and teaching assistant based on some criteria. This year it was me. Out of all the teachingContinue reading “Pedagogical Prize!”
It is always hard to know what good teaching is. I learned some tools for analyzing teaching in the course Teaching for Higher Education that I took. One assignment was to reflect upon our teaching, and I wrote about my webinars (see attached document below). One of the course teachers, Torgny Roxå, asked if heContinue reading “Reflections on Webinars”
A new course that I teach started a few weeks ago. I will hold webinars like I have done before. I know that students appreciate them, but it is always a bit nervous the first time. I did not have to worry, though. The students came to the webinar and said that it was great! It makes meContinue reading “New round of teaching”
This week has, without a doubt, been one of my most productive weeks in a long time! I started the week with a lot of research, and the days just flew by. I plan to submit my work to a poster session in the BCI society later this year. I’m currently studying a setup for calibratingContinue reading “What a Week!”