I am Tri-lingual! Japanese | Chinese


Hi, this is Yunnuo (Noah) Zhang.

I am currently a first year Master student at Georgia Tech majoring in Computer Science, where I am advised by Dr. Chethan Pandarinath at SNEL and BrainGate Emory. I was honored to advised by Dr. Thad Starner and Dr. Melody Jackson during my undergraduate, where I finished my thesis on wearable EEG-SSVEP sensors and pipeline. I also worked as a research assistant intern at Michigan State University with Dr. Jinxing Li, whom I was advised by with during my previous experience at Stanford University, Bao Group.

I am interested in ML4 Health, Wearable Technology, HCI and Brain-computer Interface researches. I am not only interested but enthusiastic in transforming clinical and medical into everyday wearable technologies to help reduce the load of medical providers and provide day-to-day healthcare to the public, which includes but not limit to

  • Develop high performance wearable interfaces to achieve imperceivable electrophysiological and electrochemical sensing in wearabing environment.
  • Invasive brain-computer interfaces and real time monitoring of ECoG or intracortical neural signal, enabing a more complex wearable modality or even close-loop simulation.
  • Integrate more complex and universal sensing modalities to achieve integrated and combined sensing systems, including EEG, EMG, EOG, ECG, glucose, lactate or even hormone.
  • Machine learning on wearable data, data processing and analysis pipeline on personal health profile with wearable sensing data.



Feb 27, 2024

Joined BrainGate Emory!

Feb 27, 2024

Joined SNEL! Advised by Dr. Chethan Pandarinath and Dr. Samuel N. Tomaszweski.

Sep 10, 2023

One paper submitted to ICRA 2024, way to go and hope to be at Yokohama next year!

Sep 01, 2023

One paper I collaborated with submitted to Nature, finger crossed.

Apr 19, 2023

I am glad to share that I will be start working as a professional research assistant with Dr. Jinxing Li at Michigan State University!

Apr 19, 2023

I am happy to present a poster session about my research on SSVEP-based Brain-computer Interface at Non-laboratory Environment at GVU Spring Research Showcase 2023.

Mar 01, 2023

I’ll be start teaching the HCI session as a teaching assistant for CS 3600/ CS 6001: Artificial Intelligence taught by Dr. Thad Starner.

Apr 13, 2022

Glad to share my work about non-laboratory SSVEP recognition at Georgia Tech’s Undergraduate Research Symposium!

Mar 22, 2022

Earned the President Undergraduate Research Award ($1500) to support my work on EEG/SSVEP sensing!