BCI-LIFT is proud to annouce the publication of a two-Volume reference book on Brain-Computer Interfaces, in English and in French !
Interfacing the brain with a computer is possible. Maureen Clerc, Research Director in Athena project team, INRIA Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée and Scientific Leader of Inria Project Lab BCI-LIFT, explained how the cerebral activity can be transformed in a command. The pesentation was followed by a real-life experience with a P300 speller. Nathalie Gayraud and Nathanael Foy, …
We are pleased to announce the 2nd International OpenViBE workshop – co-organized by BCI-LIFT members and Mensia technologies, that will be held as a satellite event of the International BCI meeting, at the Asilomar conference grounds, CA, USA, on May 30th, 2016. OpenViBE (http://openvibe.inria.fr) is a software platform dedicated to designing, testing and using brain-computer …
BCI-LIFT members F. Lotte (Inria Bordeaux), J. Mattout and M. Maby (Inserm Lyon) made a presentation and demonstration about BCI, targeted at the general public, in Lyon, in the Lavoir public. Details and pictures of this presentation entitled “Peut-on tout contrôler par la pensée” are available there: http://www.docforum-lyon.com/culture-numerique/3-novembre-peut-on-tout-controler-par-la-pensee/
BCI-LIFT Members F. Lotte, C. Jeunet (Inria Bordeaux) and J. Mattout (Inserm Lyon), together with international collaborators R. Scherer (TU Graz) and, M. Grosse-Wentrup (Max-Planck, Tuebingen) organized a special session on “User-training in EEG-based Brain-Computer Interfaces”, as part of the IEEE SMC Conference in Hong-Kong, China, in October 2015. Special session objectives Special session program
The BCI Challenge @ NER 2015 was proposed by members of the BCI-LIFT consortium. The goal was to detect errors in a brain-computer interaction, directly from the brain signals, in a P300 spelling task. The dataset comprises 26 subjects: 16 were in the training set, and 10 were in the testing set.. BCI Challenge webpage …
INRIA has coordinated the submission of a European Training Network with 16 partners from 8 European countries: LEMONS for Learning, Monitoring, Operating Neural Interfaces.
Date: 27 mai 2014 Lieu: Paris (site de Jussieu) Intervenants et thématiques: – Maureen Clerc, signal, classification et apprentissage; – Anatole Lécuyer, IHM et interfaces passives; – Louis Mayaud, aspects cliniques et passage au lit du patient; – Lionel Rousseau, matrices de micro-électrodes; – Régis Guillemaud, micro-électronique et électronique embarquée; – Blaise Yvert, applications des …
Anatole Lécuyer au Forum Libération de Rennes, 12 avril 2014: “On peut déjà piloter une machine avec son cerveau”