3-year National Endowment for Science, Technology & Arts (NESTA) award is underway in collaboration with Trinity College of Music to apply neurofeedback to novice musicians of all ages.
"Brain-machine interfaces promise to aid paralyzed patients by re-routing movement-related signals around damaged parts of the nervous system. A new study in Nature demonstrates a human with spinal injury manipulating a screen cursor and robotic devices by thought alone. Implanted electrodes in his motor cortex recorded neural activity, and translated it into movement commands. A second study, in monkeys, shows that brain-machine interfaces can operate at high speed, greatly increasing their clinical potential. This Nature Web Focus includes exclusive interviews and video footage of experiments, alongside papers that paved the way for these recent advances."
Application of EEG spectral analysis, event-related potentials and event-related desynchronization for assessment brain functions and for constructing individually tailored protocols of neurotherapy with the Mitsar/WinEEG
(neurofeedback, transcranial direct current stimulation and others stimulation techniques).
The Open-ViBE research project - presented at the SAN Turkey Symposium chaired by Dr. Marco Congedo - was awarded a 3-year grant by the French National Agency of Research.