Cognionics is staffed by experts in the field of low-power, wireless, wearable biosensor technology. Their deep expertise is reflected in their extensive publication record which includes peer-reviewed papers that have appeared in major IEEE journals and have been presented at international conferences.

A Practical Mobile Dry EEG System for Human Computer Interfaces
HCI International Conference 2013. July 2013
Description of Cognionics new Flex electrodes and 32-channel dry EEG headset. Test data showing high correlation between wet and dry signals during a battery of evoked potential tests. 

Dry and Non-contact EEG Sensors for Mobile Brain-Computer Interfaces
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. March 2012.
Validation of Cognionics non-contact EEG electrodes within a real-time experiment on 10 subjects. The new non-contact EEG electrode successfully acquired low-amplitude evoked potentials (SSVEP) on all subjects in the wireless brain-computer interface experimental paradigm.

Ultra-High Input Impedance, Low Noise Integrated Amplifier for Non-contact Biopotential Sensing
IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems. December 2011.
Circuit designs on the novel, patent-pending, high-input impedance, low-power, integrated amplifier that enables non-contact sensing at much lower noise and cost levels than what was previously possible with standard components.

Integrated Ultra-High Impedance Front-End for Non-Contact Biopotential Sensing
IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference. San Diego 2011.

Non-contact Biopotential Sensing
Ph.D. Thesis. University of California, San Diego 2011.

Publications by Research Partners and Users

Assessing the quality of steady-state visual-evoked potentials for moving humans using a mobile electroencephalogram headset
Frontiers of Human Neuroscience. 2014

Real-Time Modeling and 3D Visualization of Source Dynamics and Connectivity Using Wearable EEG
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference. 2013

A mobile SSVEP-based brain-computer interface for freely moving humans: The robustness of canonical correlation analysis to motion artifacts.
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference. 2013

Background Publications on by Cognionics Staff

Dry-Contact and Noncontact Biopotential Electrodes: Methodological Review
IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering. 2010.
Review paper authored by Cognionics’ CTO surveying and comparing the latest advancements in dry and non-contact ECG/EEG sensor technology.

Wireless Non-Contact Cardiac and Brain Monitoring
Wireless Health Conference, San Deigo CA. 2010

Micropower Integrated Bioamplifier and Auto-ranging ADC for Wireless and Implantable Medical Instrumentation
IEEE European Solid State Circuits Conference. Seville, Spain 2010.

Wireless Non-contact EEG/ECG Electrodes for Body Sensor Networks
IEEE Body Sensor Networks. Singapore. 2010

Non-contact Low Power EEG/ECG Electrode for High Density Wearable Biopotential Sensor Networks
IEEE Body Sensor Networks. Berkeley, CA. 2009