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Dr Chris Kiefer

Staff details

PositionResearcher
Department Computing
Email c.kiefer (@gold.ac.uk)
Phone+44 (0)20 7078 5139
Dr Chris Kiefer

Publications

Book Section

Contemporary Approaches to Music BCI Using P300 Event Related Potentials
Grierson, Mick and Kiefer, Chris. 2014. Contemporary Approaches to Music BCI Using P300 Event Related Potentials. In: Eduardo Miranda and Julien Castet, eds. Guide to Brain-Computer Music Interfacing. London: Springer, pp. 43-59. ISBN 978-1447165835

Conference or Workshop Item

NoiseBear: A Wireless Malleable Instrument Designed In Participation with Disabled Children
Grierson, Mick and Kiefer, Chris. 2013. 'NoiseBear: A Wireless Malleable Instrument Designed In Participation with Disabled Children'. In: New Interfaces For Musical Expression. Daejeon, Korea, Republic of.

NoiseBear: a wireless malleable multiparametric controller for use in assistive technology contexts
Grierson, Mick and Kiefer, Chris. 2013. 'NoiseBear: a wireless malleable multiparametric controller for use in assistive technology contexts'. In: CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Paris, United Kingdom.

A Malleable Wireless Controller Designed In Participation with Disabled Children
Grierson, Mick and Kiefer, Chris. 2013. 'A Malleable Wireless Controller Designed In Participation with Disabled Children'. In: Proceedings of New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Daejeon, Korea, Republic of.

Better Brain Interfacing for the Masses: Progress in Event-Maximillian: An easy to use, cross platform C++ Toolkit for interactive audio and synthesis applications
Grierson, Mick and Kiefer, Chris. 2011. 'Better Brain Interfacing for the Masses: Progress in Event-Maximillian: An easy to use, cross platform C++ Toolkit for interactive audio and synthesis applications'. In: Proc. ICMC. Huddersfield, United Kingdom.

Progress Report on the EAVI BCI Toolkit for Music: Musical Applications of Algorithms for use with consumer brain computer interfaces
Grierson, Mick; Kiefer, Chris and Yee-King, Matthew. 2011. 'Progress Report on the EAVI BCI Toolkit for Music: Musical Applications of Algorithms for use with consumer brain computer interfaces'. In: Proc. ICMC. Huddersfield, United Kingdom.