Alexey spoke about invasive and non-invasive interfaces, brain empowerment and what diseases will be able to treat in the future.
Alexey Ossadtchi gave a lecture at ITMO on computational methods for visualizing molecular dynamics and gene expression in the brain
How can an idea published in a good journal become a tool widely used in laboratories around the world and receive over 1000 citations?
What is the connection between neuroengineering, physical chemistry, and mathematical methods used in spectroscopy and functional brain imaging?
On February 15, the director of the Center for Bioelectrical Interfaces, Alexey Ossadtchi, gave a lecture at a scientific seminar on artificial intelligence with the topic "Data analysis methods for studying brain activity in closed-loop paradigms.
Opponent: Sergey Shishkin, MSPU.
On January 10, 2023 a defence of the dissertation of Artur Petrosyan on "Modern methods of machine learning in the interpretation of electrical activity of the brain", presented for the degree of Candidate of Computer Sciences.
Supervisor: PhD Ossadtchi A.E.
Alexei Voskoboynikov and Maria Volodina were speakers at the 6th Russian Congress "PHYSICAL AND REHABILITATION MEDICINE"
The Congress was attended by leading specialists in the field of medical rehabilitation, neurology, clinical psychology, neurophysiology and other. The program included presentations by representatives of the largest research institutes, clinics, centers and departments of medical rehabilitation from different regions of Russia and foreign countries.
Alexey Ossadtchi took part in the Business Program of the Young Scientists Congress, "Neurotechnology: Fixing and Augmenting the Brain
The program addressed the following questions:
How will neurotechnology change our near future?
What areas of human activity will become the drivers of development?
What obstacles are standing in the way of neurotechnology development?
How are neurotechnologies changing modern medicine?
Alexey Ossadtchi and Alexey Voskoboynikov gave a lecture on modern advances in speech decoding from brain electrical activity using brain-computer interfaces
Alexey Ossadtchi, PhD, director of the Center for Bioelectrical Neurointerfaces at the Higher School of Economics, presented a report on modern approaches in signal decoding in speech prostheses with a small number of implantable electrodes.
Alexey Voskoboynikov, trainee researcher of the Center for Bioelectrical Interfaces of the HSE, researcher of the Laboratory of Medical Neurointerfaces and Artificial Intelligence, FMBA CMNT, discussed speech zone mapping, which is one of the most important stages of neurosurgical intervention in the cerebral cortex.
November 18, 2022 at the dissertation council of the Faculty of Computer Science defended the thesis of Alexandra Kuznetsova on "Regularization of the solution of the inverse problem of EEG and MEG based on physiologically conditioned models of the dynamics of neuronal activity. Supervisor of the work Osadtchi A.E.
Decision on awarding the degree of Candidate of Sciences was made unanimously!
The Journal of Neural Engineering published an article "Decoding speech from a small set of spatially separated minimally invasive intracranial EEG electrodes using a compact and interpretable neural network.
Authors: Artur Petrosyan, Alexey Voskoboinikov, Dmitrii Sukhinin, Anna Makarova, Anastasia Skalnaya, Nastasia Arkhipova, Mikhail Sinkin and Alexei Ossadtchi.