My main research involves the use of EEG-based Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) with interactive systems (VR, AR, MxR) and AI for neurorehabilitation. Specifically, the study of cortical potentials that may be used to convey information about the user's brain activity to a computer system and to develop methods that will allow to improve the quality-of-life in assistive or restorative ways. Overall, my research interests are in the intersection between the fields of computer- and neuro- engineering with a two-fold objective: On the one hand, to design robust brain-computer interaction for communication and control, while on the other hand to identify the underlying mechanisms of brain recovery after stroke or other cerebrovascular and neurological disorders.

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