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Patrick Ofner: Movement Decoding from EEG

Neurobiology and Neurotechnology | Bernstein Center Freiburg [PostDoc Seminar]
When Jul 06, 2021
from 05:15 PM to 05:45 PM
Where Zoom Lecture. Meeting ID and password will be sent with the invitation. You can also ask Fiona Siegfried for the access data.
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Abstract

 A system generating control signals for various devices based on the information encoded in brain signals is called a brain-computer interface (BCI). One particular type of BCI uses electroencephalography (EEG) signals for this purpose. An EEG-based BCI can decode movement information from the brain and use it to control end effectors like motor neuroprostheses or robotic arms. Such a BCI is usually controlled via motor imaginations of different limbs. So far, an EEG-based BCI can detect which limb is involved in the movement imagination but not how the limb is moved. In this talk I will discuss low-frequency EEG signals and how to exploit them to decode how an arm/hand is moved.

 

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Patrick Ofner

 

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