Ujwal develops and applies brain-computer interfaces to provide a means of communication to patients who have lost their ability to communicate.
Ujwal Chaudhary works towards the development and application of non-invasive and invasive brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) for communication in the locked-in state (LIS) and completely locked-in state (CLIS) patients.
He was awarded a gold medal (first rank) at the end of his bachelor’s in technology biomedical engineering study and an outstanding doctoral degree award at the end of his doctoral study in biomedical engineering.
Ujwal has diverse experience and expertise in performing brain imaging studies using invasive and non-invasive neuro-signal acquisition techniques with healthy participants and patients as well as data analysis. During his postdoctoral research with Prof. Niels Birbaumer and later at the Wyss Center, he developed and applied non-invasive BCIs to provide a means of communication to patients who have lost their ability to communicate.