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Conference with Camille Jeunet: Brain-Computer Interfaces - Learning how to use them, using them to learn

A presentation by Camille Jeunet, CNRS research fellow at the CLLE laboratory, University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès.

Centrale Nantes

On November 15, 2019 from 09:00 To 10:00

Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) are technologies that allow the user to control an application solely through his/her brain activity, measured mostly by electroencephalography. Although promising, BCIs remain poorly developed outside research laboratories. A major reason is their unreliability: studies show that 15 to 30% of users are unable to use a BCI.

Camille Jeunet's work has focused on human learning. Indeed, using an BCI requires the acquisition of specific skills and therefore appropriate training. It is therefore a question of improving BCI training so that users can more easily "learn how to use it"
Published on November 13, 2019 Updated on February 17, 2021