Brain Interfaces and Their Application to Device Control

November 12, 2020

On Thursday, November 6, professor Andrés Úbeda, member of Human Robotics Group, gave a course on "Brain Interfaces and their Application to the Control of Devices" during IEEEDay at University of Alicante. This course introduced this type of devices and some of the most relevant control paradigms. During the practical workshop, basic processing and classification algorithms were implemented to discriminate sensorimotor rhythms, one of the most applied paradigm to the control of devices using electroencephalographic waves.

The contents of this course will be free-to-download at this webpage soon.

Human Robotics Group - University of Alicante

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