David J. Mack
David J. Mack was born in Filderstadt, Germany in 1981. He studied computer science & bioinformatics at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen, Germany. In 2015, he acquired his Ph.D. in Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience at the same university. Since 2015 he is a research assistant with PD Dr. Urs Schwarz at the Department of Neurology of the University Hospital Zurich (USZ). He is currently working on a joint project between the USZ and the ETHZ to build a mobile, head-mounted eye tracking device based on electrooculography. The goal of this project is the development of an objective fitness-to-drive test for the elderly.
- Biological signal processing
- Eye movements
- Eye tracking
- Image and Video Processing
- Matlab programming
- Video game research
- Development of a syringe label reader for the neurocritical care unit
- Real-time eye movement analysis on a tablet computer
If you are interested in eye tracking, biological signal processing or even a neuroscience research project, just contact me and we can figure out something together.
Most available projects can be adapted to a Masters or a Semester thesis. Group projects (Gruppenarbeiten), are too short to finish any of the projects in this section. However, we do occasionally come across some smaller projects, which we do not post online, so feel free to ask.
Projects in Progress
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If you have any questions concerning the projects or are interested in doing something which is not on the list, just contact me.