Takashi Nakamura

Takashi Nakamura

Takashi Nakamura received the B.Eng. degree in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Bioscience, Waseda University, Japan in 2014, and his M.Sc. in Communications and Signal Processing from Imperial College London, U.K. in 2015. Currently, he is pursuing the Ph.D. degree in signal processing at Imperial College London. His postgraduate studies are funded by the Nakajima Foundation. His research interests are in the areas of brain-computer interface, and signal processing for cognitive neuroscience.


Contributions

  • Automatic Sleep Monitoring Using Ear-EEG

    The monitoring of sleep patterns without patient’s inconvenience or involvement of a medical specialist is a clinical question of significant importance. To this end, we propose an automatic sleep stage monitoring system based on an affordable, unobtrusive, discreet, and long-term wearable in-ear sensor for recording the electroencephalogram (ear-EEG). The selected features for sleep pattern classification from a single ear-EEG channel include the spectral edge frequency and multi-scale fuzzy entropy, a structural complexity feature. In this preliminary study, the manually scored hypnograms from simultaneous scalp-EEG and ear-EEG recordings of four subjects are used as labels for two analysis scenarios.

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