Brain-Computer Interfaces for Assessment, Rehabilitation and Control

Research image _ BCI letter H 4 x 6Christoph Guger and  Melanie Fried-Oken presented a workshop on Brain-Computer Interfaces for Assessment, Rehabilitation and Control at RESNA (Denver, Colorado) on June 14.
Brain-computer interfaces analyze brain signals in real-time and can be used for many different applications. This workshop provided information on how to use BCIs for the assessment of patients with disorders of consciousness, for motor rehabilitation of stroke patients and for communication with locked-in patients. The workshop also explained the necessary steps to successfully run these applications including patient selection, EEG electrodes montage, system configuration and measurement procedures.

FYI – Introduction to Brain-Computer Interface technology (pdf)

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