Frida Heskebeck

Doctoral Student

Research

I'm part of the research group working with EEG-based Brain-Computer Interfaces led by Prof. Bo Bernhardsson. My thesis aims to optimize the next generation of Brain-Computer Interfaces using cloud computing.

Teaching

2019

  • Automatic control, basic course for CMN (exercises and lab sessions)

2020

The Corona pandemic forced us to have online teaching this year. I started webinars, which is a new way of teaching at the department. During a webinar, the students discuss the material from a lecture in an organized way with each other and me. Read more here.

  • Process control and Systems engineering for BKW (webinars and project)
  • Automatic control, basic course for CMN (webinars and lab sessions)
  • Assistant supervisor for the Master's thesis by Johanna Wilroth, Domain Adaptation for Attention Steering. Johanna was awarded a scholarship for her Master's thesis.

 2021

  • Process control and Systems engineering for BKW (webinars and project). Received Pedagogical prize for best teaching assistant of the year from the W-guild.
  • Assistant supervisor for the Master's thesis by Tom Andersen, Towards BCI-based control.

Professional work

  • Deputy Ph.D. Student representative in the board of the Department of Automatic Control (2021)