g.tec's Brain-Computer Interface Worshop for control, assessment and rehabilitation
Research groups all over the world have been successfully working on a direct connection between the human brain and a computer, a so-called Brain-Computer Interface (BCI).
During this workshop, we will demonstrate major concepts in BCI systems, including types of sensors, signal processing, and applications. New trends like embodiment, coma assessment and communication, stroke rehabilitation, and invasive ECoG based systems will also be explained.
We will invite people from the audience to participate in the live demonstrations in which they can put on electrode caps and use BCIs.
At the end of the workshop we will have a panel discussion featuring University of Auckland researchers.
Please make sure you save this important date in your calendar.
Date: Friday 31 March 2017
Lunch will be provided
Venue: CBR Seminar Room 501-505, 85 Park Road, Grafton, Auckland
Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
The University of Auckland
Grant Searchfield, School of Population Health, University of Auckland.
Slav Dimov, g.tec medical engineering GmbH, Austria.
For enquiries and to book, please contact Grant Searchfield.