Jacek Dmochowski

Associate Professor

Main Affiliation

Biomedical Engineering

Areas of Expertise/Research

  • Brain-Computer Interfaces
  • Machine Learning
  • Signal Processing


Steinman Hall





Jacek Dmochowski


My academic training is diverse, including graduate degrees in electrical engineering and post-doctoral training in psychology from Stanford University. My academic research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, and NASA. The findings of my research have been featured in mainstream media outlets such as The Guardian and the Los Angeles Times. I hold several patents in the areas of acoustic signal processing and neurotechnology. 


Full publication list:

Please see my Google Scholar page. 

Highlighted Publications:

Dmochowski, J. (2023). Granger Components Analysis: Unsupervised learning of latent temporal dependencies. In Thirty-seventh Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems. PDF

Dmochowski, J. P. (2023). A statistical theory of optimal decision-making in sports betting. Plos one18(6), e0287601. HTML

Dmochowski, G. M., Shereen, A. D., Berisha, D., & Dmochowski, J. P. (2020). Near-infrared light increases functional connectivity with a non-thermal mechanism. Cerebral Cortex Communications, 1(1), tgaa004. HTML





08/2015 - Current: City College of New York - Associate Professor (Biomedical Engineering) 
08/2015 - 08/2022: City College of New York - Assistant Professor (Biomedical Engineering)
06/2013 - 07/2015: Stanford University - Research Associate (Psychology)
09/2008 - 05/2013: City College of New York - Post-Doctoral Fellow (Biomedical Engineering)


Ph.D., Telecommunications, 2008 (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada)
M. A. Sc., Electrical Engineering, 2005 (Carleton University, Canada)