Brain-computer Interfaces researching

BCI is a relevant research area of the LAI lab. BCIs are systems that provide an alternative channel of communication between brain signals and a computer that does not involve traditional ways as muscle and nerves.

EEG based BCIs have attracted the interest of Brazilian researchers. For instance, Dr Andre Ferreira proposes in 2008 a BCI to command a robotic wheelchair. Dr Sandra Muller developed in 2010 a BCI based on Steady-state visual evoked potentials (SSVEP) with high performance that also was tested with a robotic wheelchair. And Dr Benevides, in 2013, proposed a BCI architecture based on motor mental tasks. These studies were developed at the Intelligent Automation Lab led by the Professor Dr. Teodiano Bastos.

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