Pervasive Computing and Brain Development Research Group (PCBDG)
Pervasive Computing and Brain Development Research Group (PCBDG) was established in 2009 to promote research in the area of Neuro-Computing. Researchers in PCBDG investigates theory, practices and applications aimed at further understanding of neural networks and learning systems.
Core research is focused on brain developmental disorder, brain computer interface, machine learning and cognitive science, with applications in different fields, including, but not restricted to learning disabilities (such as ADHD, autism and dyslexia) pornography, mental health, neurofeedback, maritime and financial decision making
At PCBDG, we believe in the importance of developing creativity, critical thinking, scholarship, and independence as successful traits in our computer scientists.
PCBDG aims to become a leading international center of responsible research excellence in brain developmental initiatives.
- To produce and support outstanding researchers who are responsible, mindful, progressive, and collaborative, as guided by IIUM core values , and
- To support the needs of the community and the Ummah