Adriane Randolph, assistant professor of business information systems, is director of the Brain Lab…
Georgia (Mar 24, 2010) — Adriane Randolph, assistant professor of business information systems, is director of the Brain Lab in the Coles College of Business. Randolph's research focuses on developing brain-computer interface systems, i.e., using the mind to control computers, which has applications for neuroscience, neuromarketing and psychology. In the Brain Lab, she works with students using a bioamplifier to discover solutions for brain-computer interfaces by uncovering the underlying characteristics that affect users' control. Randolph holds a Ph.D. in business administration from Georgia State University's Department of Computer Information Systems. Prior to her academic career, Randolph worked for Accenture, a leading information technology and management consulting firm.Link To Website
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