I work on Multimodal Human-machine interaction using non-invasive Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) and Virtual-Reality (VR). Specifically, the study of cortical potentials that may be used to convey information about the user's motor or cognitive processes and to develop methods that allow to improve the quality-of-life in an assistive or rehabilitative manner. Overall, my research interests are focused in the the field of human augmentation with a two-fold objective: On the one hand, study the neurological basis of cognition to design robust brain-machine interaction and systems, while at the other hand I am interested in combining virtual or mixed-reality platforms with neurofeeback to identify the underlying mechanisms of plasticity for stroke recovery or other neurological disorders.