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Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)
w o r k s h o p & h a n d s - o n
s e m i n a r
October 3, 2013
g.tec medical engineering Austria and The University of Padua


BCI workshop

BCI research is one of the most fascinating fields in neuroscience. Mental tasks or focused attention lead to changes in the brain's activity patterns which can be measured, analyzed and classified. The transformation of such changes into a control signal allows to communicate or control external devices just by thinking. An amazing technology helping patients who are about to loose any other ability to interact with their environment. This workshop informs about the major methodological approaches, technical issues, application examples, opportunities and limitations, current trends and many more.

 

This workshop is intended for people interested in learning the new skill of BCI communication and for people who are interested in combining BCI technology in their field of expertise. The workshop contains material about human computer interaction, biosignal analysis in off-line and real-time mode, rehabilitation, biomedical and electrical engineering, computer sciences and Virtual Reality. In a practical session an introduction of hard- and software used for research and development will be given. Participants can perform live experiments such as P300-spelling, motor imagery BCI for rehabilitation and SSVEP control.

 

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