Neurorhythms will participate on October 30, 2022, on the Human and Social Sciences campus of Nancy in the night of researchers with more than 70 researchers, animations, light shows, theater stage, visits, concerts…
ANR project BCI4IA funded!
The BCI4IA project proposes to detect intraoperative awareness reliably by analyzing, in real-time, brain motor activity under general anesthesia with a Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) based on Median Nerve Stimulation and innovative machine learning methods.
– University hospital of Nancy;
– University of Lorraine/LORIA/Neurorhythms;
– Inria Potioc;
– University hospital of Brugmann (Belgium).
On July 28 at 13:30h – 17:00 in NYC, I will participate to introduce the worldwide used open source software OpenViBE for designing and process on-line neuroscience experiments at the OpenViBE workshop during the join meeting of the 4rd Neuroergonomics Conference 2022 & the Neuromodulation conference 2022! Who’s attenting?
Best demonstration award@IHM’22
Invited talk@Illkirch campus days 2022
On May 23-34, 2022, six laboratories on the Illkirch campus (univ. of Strasbourg) organize joint scientific days
I have been invited to participate to a plenary session on human/machine symbiosis and artificial intelligence. I will present my work on deep learning and transfer learning for the detection of motor brain electrical activity.
OpenViBE workshop @ NeuroErgonomics’21
On September 11 at 14:00h – 18:00 CET, I will participate to introduce the worldwide used open source software OpenViBE for designing and process on-line neuroscience experiments at the OpenViBE workshop during the 3rd Neuroergonomics Conference 2021! Who’s attenting?
Invited talk @ BCI workshop (CNRS/French academy of medicine/French academy of technologies)
On November 2, 2020, a very interesting workshop is organized bringing together the CNRS, the Academy of Technologies and the National Academy of Medicine on brain-machine interfaces.
I will present two projects on the detection of peroperative awereness and the design and evaluation of a haptic and tangible brain-compututer interface for stroke patients (ANR Grasp-IT).
Program and free registration: here
Best Student Paper@SMC’20
Congratulations to Sébastien Rimbert who received the award for best student paper from IEEE and the Brain initiative at Brain-Machine Interfaces workshop of the 2020 System Man and Cybernetic (SMC’20) conference!
You can read the article « Learning How to Generate Kinesthetic Motor Imagery Using a BCI-based Learning Environment: a Comparative Study Based on Guided or Trial-and-Error Approaches » by
Sébastien Rimbert, Laurent Bougrain and Stéphanie Fleck
Invited talk@Workshop GT1: « Brain-Machine Interfaces and disabilities »
On July 2, 2020, a workshop on BMI and disabilities is organized by the French task force on Robotics and health.
I will present machine learning techniques to caracterize motor brain electrical activity for control and rehabilitation
On May 13, 2020, a BCI workshop is organized by the NeurotechX community and
I will present OpenViBE as an open-source software to work with EEG and other bioelectric signals.