Brain-Computer Interface

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A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is an experimental communication system that allows an individual to control a device by using signals from the brain (e.g., electroencephalography -- EEG).

You can find a longer description on the AIRLab page.

The BCI project is in the BioSignal_Analysis area.

Ongoing projects

  • GA for feature extraction
  • Tesi di Andrea Sgarlata

Finished projects

  • Tesi di Carlo Gimondi e Luisella Messana
  • Tesi di Gianmaria Visconti
  • Tesi di Francesco Cartella