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Publication in NeuroImage

"Phase shift invariant imaging of coherent sources (PSIICOS) from MEG data" by Alexei Ossadtchi, Dmitrii Altukhov and Karim Jerby is published in the NeuroImage journal (Q1, impact factor 5.4).

Seminar was held on August 1

On August first, a seminar was conducted at the Center for Bioelectric Interfaces. Current and ongoing research was presented by the members of the center.

October, 29-30: CCCP (Cortical Codes: Control & Perception) Conference

October, 29-30 the Cortical Codes: Control & Perception (CCCP) conference will be held in HSE, Moscow.

Our myographic interface

Centre for Bioelectric Interfaces designes not only brain-computer interfaces, but myographic interfaces as well (controlled by the electrical activity of muscles). Analysis of the electromyographic (EMG) signals of the anterior forearm muscles, recorded from the area of 1.5 square cantimeteres, allows to reconstruct fingers movements (see the video).

Mikhail Lebedev will take part in Volga Neuroscience Meeting.

The annual Volga Neuroscience Meeting will be held on the ship "Mikhail Frunze" from July 22 to July 27.

Valentina Bulgakova and Nikolai Smetanin will take part in the conference Cell-NERF Symposium: Neurotechnologies

Valentina Bulgakova and Nikolai Smetanin will present a poster at the Cell-NERF Symposium: Neurotechnologies in Belgium.

Alexei Ossadtchi and Mikhail Lebedev will make a presentation at the Limitless conference: Augmenting brain function

Alexei Ossadtchi and Mikhail Lebedev will make a presentation at the Limitless: Augmenting brain function conference in Switzerland from September 19 to September 21.

Center for Bioelectric Interfaces participates on the BIOMAG-2018 conference

Dmitrii Altukhov and Aleksandra Kuznetsova present two posters on the leading international conference on biomagnetism BIOMAG-2018, August 26-30, Philadelphia.

Nikolai Smetanin acted as an external expert at the educational lecture for YADRO employees.

Nikolai told about the reality and prospects of brain-computer interfaces development.

We proceed to create a multi-channel atomic magnetoencephalograph sensor for high-precision non-invasive functional brain mapping

HSE in cooperation with "Laserlab" became the winner of the "Development-NTI" competition, held by the Innovation Support Fund.