Mu and beta rhythm-based BCI

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Part 1: project profile

Project name

Mu and beta rhythm-based BCI

Project short description

The aim of this project is to design and develop a Brain-Computer Interface in order to control a two-dimensional movement signal. A non-invasive approach will be adopted, using EEG as a signal source and Mu and Beta rhythms over sensorimotor cortex as information carriers.


Start date: 2008/04/01

End date:

People involved

Project head(s)

Matteo Matteucci

Other Politecnico di Milano people

Rossella Blatt

Students currently working on the project

Stefano Morciano

Laboratory work and risk analysis

Laboratory work for this project will be mainly performed at AIRLab/Lambrate. The main laboratory activity will be the EEG data acquisition. Though apparently safe, the contact between the subject's body and the EEG instrumentation makes this activity potentially harmful. For safety's sake any electronic device connected to the system should be isolated from the power line. In addition to this, more general risks are present in the laboratory. Standard safety measures described in Safety norms will be followed.

Part 2: project description

(coming soon)