Andrew’s PhD research involves developing systems that use scalp electroencephalography (EEG) to control robotic hand prostheses for restoring motor control to amputees. His research interests include enhancing user friendliness and neural feedback in brain imaging devices. His contributions to the Brain on Art projects in the University of Houston include developing user interfaces of brain imaging devices for public outreach, programming interfaces that allow users to control the environment through neural signals, and surveying mobile brain imaging devices currently on the market.