Our state of the art about the “Advances in user-training for mental-imagery based BCI control: Psychological and cognitive factors and their neural correlates” (C. Jeunet, B. N’Kaoua & F. Lotte) has been accepted in Progress in Brain Research! You can find the pdf HERE!
Our paper “Why standard brain-computer interface (BCI) training protocols should be changed: An experimental study” (C. Jeunet, E. Jahanpour & F. Lotte) has been accepted in the Journal of Neural Engineering :). You can find the pdf HERE!
Il y a quelques semaines, je donnais une conférence, organisée par Media Sciences, à l’ENSCBP. Sont notamment évoqués mon parcours, les travaux de l’Equipe-Projet Potioc & mes travaux de thèse !
Both our abstracts entitled “Why and How to Use Intelligent Tutoring Systems to Adapt MI-BCI Training to Each User?” [C. Jeunet, B. N’Kaoua, R. N’Kambou, F. Lotte] and “Spatial Abilities Play a Major role in BCI Performance” [C. Jeunet, F. Lotte, M. Hachet, S. Subramanian, B. N’Kaoua] have been accepted for presentation at the 6th BCI Meeting! 😀
You can now find our PLOS ONE paper titled “Predicting Mental Imagery-Based BCI Performance from Personality, Cognitive Profile and Neurophysiological Patterns” online: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0143962
Our paper “EEG-based workload estimation across affective contexts” C. Mühl, C. Jeunet & F. Lotte is now part of the book “Using neurophysiological signals that reflect cognitive or affective state”, edited by A.-M. Brouwer, T. O. Zander & J. B. F. van Erp and published in Frontiers in Neuroscience! You can find the book by clicking here!
Our paper “Towards Explanatory Feedback for User Training in Brain-Computer Interfaces” -Schumacher et al.- has been accepted for the special session on BCI Training of the IEEE SMC 2015 Conference which will take place in Hong Kong! For more details, see the Publications section.