Fabien Lotte about his goal to improve BCI usability

Fabien Lotte has a PhD in computer sciences from the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) in Rennes, France. As a Research Scientist at Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest in France, his interests include Brain-Computer Interfaces, human-computer interaction, pattern recognition and brain signal processing. Read more

Brain Painting for Graduation – Interview with Lena Perseus

Lena Perseus is 18 years old and alumna of the Alpine Mittelschule in Davos in Switzerland. For her final exam, she wrote a thesis about Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) where she shows the usability of BCIs in daily uses and how easy it is to control, communicate or draw via thoughts. She writes about patients with Locked-In syndrome who use BCI to be creative and to communicate. Within her work she equipped herself with a BCI, a Brain Painting program and started an experiment. The result is an impressive and critical analysis of the technical functionality of BCI that shows possible application fields and the Brain Painting software. We talked with Lena about her final thesis. Read more