Methods for multi-subject electroencephalography – published

My thesis manuscript is available ! The manuscript of my thesis “Methods for Multi-Subject Electroencephalography and application to Brain-Computer Interfaces” has finally be published online (>>download on HAL<<). Of course, not everyone has the time and the motivation to read the 137 pages (225 with annexes) in French, so an abstract in english is also […]

Thesis defense – oct. 17, 2018

I am really proud to announce the public defense of my thesis work (provided that I have the approval of the reviewers). Methods for multi-subject electroencephalography and application to brain-computer interfaces Wednesday, October 17th 2018 at 10:00 Location:     Salle Mont-Blanc, GIPSA-lab, Bat. D Ampère 1er étage, 11 rue des mathématiques, 38400 Saint-Martin-d’Hères, France. Access:     […]

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 […]

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 […]