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Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Laboratory

The purpose of this laboratory is to develop novel methods and systems for rehabilitation and control of assistive devices using signals from the brain - EEG.
Our current research on EEG-based BCIs is focused on BCI using motor imagery, basic investigations on motor coding and on neural plasticity.
We focus primarily on Motor Related Cortical potentials (MRCP's) used for rehabilitation and we have shown that rehabilitation after eg. stroke can be facilitated by our methods.

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