Wanna try some Riemannian Geometry?

Wanna try some riemannian geometry?

“Riemannian Geometry” is maybe less sexy than “Deep Learning” 🤔 But yesterday, we had up to 90 researchers and students at our workshop for the Brain Computer Interface Society #vBCI2021. 🚀 You couldn’t make it?! 😥 No worry, all the resources are available on Github 😁. You can find slides and code examples to learn […]

The growing BCI ecosystem – BCI Meeting 2018

Beach-side entrance of Asilomar Conference Grounds (BCI Meeting 2018)

A month ago, the BCI Meeting 2018 took place at Asilomar Conference Grounds (Pacific Grove, CA, USA). It was a great opportunity to meet my friends and colleagues of the Brain-Computer Interface community. What’s up, BCI people ? The Meeting is in fact a fast-growing international conference and since my last participation in 2016, I […]

CORTICO 2018: the french BCI community met in Toulouse

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CORTICO days 2018 Last week in Toulouse (France), the French Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) community was united for a great national conference: The CORTICO Days 2018. In fact, the conference is born with the fusion of two great events “Young BCI researchers day” and the “CORTICO day”, organized by the scientific association of the same name. […]

Using Riemannian Geometry for Source Separation

Finding hidden variables in data can be challenging. Using Blind Source Separation allows to exact the independent sources in a unsupervised way. However, the methods require usually strong optimization constraints in order to avoid degenerate solutions and/or improve convergence. By using Riemannian Geometry framework, we propose to use the geometrical properties of the manifold that […]

EUSIPCO16: Presenting Composite Approximate Joint Diagonalization

We were in EUSIPCO 2016 conference in Budapest to present our work on Blind Source Separation with Approximate Joint Diagonalization. We shared the idea that using several data models simultaneously can improve the robustness of the data mining. Our composite model was used to discriminate Event-Related Potential sources from background brain activity with low resolution […]

BCI Meeting 2016

I will be at Asilomar Conference Grounds to present our work on Brain Invaders at BCI Meeting 2016. The poster (pdf) and the abstract (DOI:10.3217/978-3-85125-467-9-224) are available on the page publications

EMBC’15 in Milano

I was in Milano for the 37th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medecine and Biology (EMBC 2015). I presented a communication during an oral session, both the paper and the powerpoint are available (see publications). Paper reference : 2015 “Single-Trial Classification of Multi-User P300-Based Brain-Computer Interface Using Riemannian Geometry” (Louis Korczowski, Marco Congedo, Christian Jutten) Conference: 37th […]