Hacking Health Montreal and BCIMontreal hosted a great event this week. Prof. Tiago Falk, MuSAE Lab Director, spoke about the use of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) in our everyday lives. Demos of MuSAE Lab tools (MuLES, NeuralDrift, IAMI features, fNIRS-BCI, etc) were well received by the crowd!
Congratulations to Anderson Avila, MuSAE Lab PhD student, for being awarded the FQRNT Quebec Merit Scholarship for Foreign Students! Keep up the good work!
MuSAE Lab Director, Prof. Tiago H. Falk, was elected to the Global Young Academy. As the “voice of young scientists around the world,” the Global Young Academy aims to empower and mobilize young scientists to address issues of particular importance to early career scientists. Members are selected for the excellence of their science and their Continue Reading
MuSAE Lab will host two MITACS Globalink undergraduate interns (one from India, the other from Mexico) this spring/summer 2015. They will work on the projects: “Development of a smartphone-based acoustic environment tracker for speech enhancement applications” and “Hacking an off-the-shelf EEG headset for a motor imagery brain-computer interface”. Stay tuned for more updates!
The MuLES (MuSAE Lab EEG Server) open source software codes are finally up on GitHub. Its an EEG acquisition and streaming server that aims at creating a standard interface for portable EEG headsets, in order to accelerate the development of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) and of general EEG use in novel contexts. Codes can be found Continue Reading