Brain Computer Interfaces

A Brain Computer Interface (BCI) is a system that provides direct communication pathways between the brain and an external device. These interfaces are a communication alternative, particularly interesting for people with severe motor disabilities. The use of this technology in concrete real-world applications still presents several challenges that have hindered its effective implementation.

Objetive

In this line of research, the most recent paradigms are explored and new algorithms are developed to improve the performance and usability of BCIs.

Director

Leonardo Rufiner

Publications

R. C. Acevedo, Y. Atum, I. E. Gareis, J. Biurrun, V. Medina Bañuelos, H. L. Rufiner
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing – 2018
Publications in 2017
V. Peterson
Technical Report , Instituto de Investigación en Señales, Sistemas e Inteligencia Computacional, sinc(i) (UNL-CONICET), Instituto de Matemática Aplicada del Litoral, IMAL (UNL-CONICET) – 2017
Publications in 2015
V. Peterson, H. L. Rufiner, R. Spies
V Congreso de Matemática Aplicada, Computacional e Industrial – may 2015
Publications in 2014
Y. Atum, J. Biurrun, H. L. Rufiner, R. C. Acevedo
Anales del VI Congreso Latinoamericano de Ingeniería Biomédica (CLAIB 2014), page 165 – oct 2014
Publications in 2011
I. E. Gareis, Y. Atum, G. Gentiletti, R. C. Acevedo, V. Medina Bañuelos, H. L. Rufiner
Memorias del XVIII Congreso Argentino de Bioingeniería (SABI 2011) – set 2011
Publications in 2010
Y. Atum, I. E. Gareis, G. Gentiletti, R. C. Acevedo, H. L. Rufiner
Proc. of the 32nd Annual International IEEE EMBS Conference, page 1711 – 2010
Publications in 2009
Y. Atum, G. Gentiletti, R. C. Acevedo, H. L. Rufiner
Memorias del XVII Congreso Argentino de Bioingenieria (SABI 2009), Number 146, page 51–55 – 2009