Lecture - Brain-computer interface and sensorimotor oscillations: novel perspectives
Speaker: Carmen Vidaurre
Public University of Navarre, Spain
Carmen is a Ramón y Cajal Fellow at the Public University of Navarre since 2016. Before she was a post-doc at the Machine Learning Department of the TU-Berlin, led by Prof K-R. Müller and a Marie Curie Fellow of the Fraunhofer Institute for Software Technik also in Berlin.
Her research interest are in the Machine Learning field applied to Neuroscience. She is an expert in co-adaptation for Brain-Computer Interfacing and interested in understanding and recovering brain function thanks to novel Machine Learning methodology for multimodal signals, Brain-Computer Interfacing and Neurofeedback.