I work on multimodal Human-Machine interaction using EEG-based 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 to a computer system 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 field of human augmentation with a two-fold objective: On the one hand, study the neural basis of cognition to design robust brain-machine interaction and intelligent adaptive systems, while at the other hand I am interested in combining virtual or mixed-reality platforms with BCI to identify the underlying mechanisms of brain plasticity for stroke recovery or other neurological disorders.