Together with Fabien Lotte, Camille Jeunet, Nathalie George, and Fabrizio De Vico Fallani we had the pleasure to organize a workshop dedicated to challenges faced when dealing clinical applications in BCI/NFB. All the information can be found in our [Github repository](https://github.com/mccorsi/BCI-2023-Clinical-BCI-workshop). We plan to update it with more materials soon!
With Sylvain Chevallier, Arthur Desbois, Pedro Rodrigues, and Pierre Clisson we organized on open-source tools for BCI applications.
All the materials (slides, code, FAQ...) can be found in our [Github repository](https://github.com/mccorsi/BCI-2023-Open-Source-Tool-workshop).
This is going to be a great edition with:
- one workshop on challenges in BCI-based neurofeedback applications for neurological disorders - co-organized with Fabien Lotte, Camille Jeunet, Nathalie George, Fabrizio De Vico Fallani, and Lin Yao
- one workshop on offline and onine tools for real-world BCI applications - co-organized with Sylvain chevallier, Pierre Clisson, Pedro Rodrigues, and Arthur Desbois
- one poster on the FUCONE approach
- three lunches with mentors - co-organized with the Postdocs and Students Committee of the BCI Society
The next CORTICO days will take place in May 9-10 at Paris Brain Institute! With Sylvain Chevallier we are more than delighted to organize this event.
Two exceptional keynotes will be given by Mario Chavez and Donatella Mattia!
Interested in participating?
👉 Here is the [program](tinyurl.com/2p9ahs6h )
👉 Here is the link to [register](tinyurl.com/ycx4hawn)
Young researcher will have to opportunity to present their work on BCI to get feedbacks from experts? Please consider submitting an abstract!
I had the priviledge to present my work on BCI and to discuss with the attendance on career paths in the academia. A huge thank you to the organizers of this [Paris Pyladies](https://pyladies.com/locations/paris/) event!
Materials used during the talk can be found [here](https://github.com/mccorsi/didactic-meeg-bci).
Honoured to announce that I have been invited to participate to a roundtable on the way forward for neurotechnology governance on December, 15. This event is in line with 'The risks and challenges of neurotechnologies for human rights', a collection of articles based on an International Workshop held in 2021 and co-edited with UNESCO. This is an event organized by the Università degli studi di Milano-Bicocca. More info [here](http://www.sifd.eu/?p=12029/).
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