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Prof. Avinash Singh

Prof Avinash Singh

Prof Avinash Singh holds the role of Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), at the Australian Artificial Intelligence Institute and the School of Computer Science at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). He also founded the India Future Society, a think tank focused on futurism. Additionally, Dr. Singh co-chairs the IEEE Neuroethics Framework for Workplace, sponsored by IEEE Brain, and is a member of the IEEE Standards Committee for Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI).


Prof Singh is member of Transhumanism Australia, advocating for the integration of emerging technologies into human enhancement. His outstanding contributions to the field were recognized in 2021 when he received the prestigious Google TensorFlow Faculty Award for his BCI research.

Prof Singh’s scholarly output includes over 50 peer-reviewed articles published in top-tier journals and presented at leading conferences, contributing significantly to fields such as IEEE/ACM Transactions. He also serves as an Associate Editor for Frontiers in Neuroergonomics. His research has secured over $2.0 million in funding from various Australian sources.

He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from UTS in 2019, working in collaboration with the Technical University of Berlin, the University of California San Diego, and the US Army Research Lab.

His research interests span machine learning, cognitive neuroscience, and the convergence of mixed reality. Dr. Singh is dedicated to developing practical neuroadaptive BCI systems. His current research interests include integrating artificial intelligence (AI) technologies with cognitive neuroscience knowledge to explore cognitive functions, discover relationships between brain dynamics, evaluate everyday interactions, and make decisions to develop robust next-generation neuroadaptive BCIs.

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