Hangue Park


Hangue Park is an assistant professor in ECE at Texas A&M University and the principal investigator of the INPL. He is also a research faculty at Texas A&M Institute for Neuroscience (http://tamin.tamu.edu/) and The Texas Brain and Spine Institute (http://www.txbsi.com/), and a TIRR Foundation Fellow at The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research Foundation (https://www.tirrfoundation.org/). His research interest lies in artificial sensory feedback and closed-loop optimization of sensorimotor loop, to assist incomplete body functions and enhance rehabilitation. He is also interested in human augmentation and performance enhancement. Developing smart bio-mimicking/bio-inspired circuits and systems is another crucial part of his research.

INPL welcomes undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers who have a real passion to improve the quality of human life, and are ready for the rough journey to achieve the goal. Both electrical/biomedical engineering background and neuroscience background are welcome. Please send your CV to Dr. Hangue Park if you are interested to join.


IEEE NER 2019 (Mar, 2019)


SfN 2019 (Oct, 2019)