A Neuro-Informatics Exploration Group @ SEECS, NUST, Islamabad, Pakistan.


NeuroInformatics Research Lab

Home to Pakistan's first EEG Research Lab, establishment of the Neuro-Informatics Lab at SEECS-NUST has enabled Pakistani researchers and members of the faculty to actively participate in the global efforts to understand the human brain. The lab collaborates with leading international institutions to develop highly skilled human resource in the related field. We facilitate neuroscientists and computer scientists to conduct experiments and analysis on the data using state of the art neurotech equipment without having to invest in establishing their own experimental neuroscience facilities. The key goal of this lab is to provide state of the art experimental facilities to all beneficiaries including higher education institutes, medical researchers/practitioners, and technology industry. The lab is being used for Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI / BMI), Neuromarketing, Neuroscience, Diagnostic Research, and Neural Engineering, by Neurologists, Psychologists, computer scientists, and Biomedical Engineers.



National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) was founded in 1991 for the promotion of higher education in the field of sciences and technology. Over the years, it has grown in scope, services and stature as a premier institution, and emerged as a leading comprehensive university in the public sector. Guided by its vision to become a research-intensive university of international standing, NUST has not only set new norms of excellence in teaching, research and innovation, but also developed a culture which is conducive to creative activities and promotes talent in all forms.

The Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) has been functioning since 1972. It is the national focal point and enabling arm of Government of Pakistan for planning, coordinating and directing efforts; to initiate and launch scientific and technological programs and projects as per national agenda for sound and sustainable S&T base for the socio-economic development. The ministry's principal focus is on building Pakistan's technological competence in the 21st century as we enter new markets, developing a larger pool of human resources to reverse brain drain, and for integrating the existing technological infrastructure for strengthening of technology institutions, effective governance of S&T and enhancing the capacity of indigenous innovation systems.