Paul Sajda has been awarded a one year Phase 1 grant from DARPA/NGA entitled “Cortically-coupled computer vision”.

The goal of the project is to interface single-trial real-time neuroimaging with computer vision algorithms to improve object recognition and image search by humans. Columbia co-Investigators include Truman Brown (BME and Radiology) and Robin Goldman (Radiology). Outside collaborators include City College of New York, Oregon Health Sciences University and Siemens Corporate Research. The one year award is for $757,996.