The laboratory of functional neuroelectrical imaging and brain-computer interfacing at Fondazione Santa Lucia is based on the joint work of researchers with a bioengineering and clinical neurophysiology background. The activity is mainly devoted to two aims: the non-invasive investigation of the motor cortical function under physiological and pathological conditions, through the development of advanced processing methods of the electroencephalographic signals; the development of a real-time EEG-based brain-computer interface (BCI) and the study of its use as an aid to enhance (or even to allow) the functional independence of persons with different degrees of motor disability.
- Assistive technologies
- EEG-based brain-computer interfaces
- High resolution electroencephalography
- Motor cortex
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Cognitive Neuroscience