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Teratec 2024 Forum
Wednesday May 29

Workshop 08 - 09:00 am to 12:30 am

Technologies and uses of the future
Chaired by Frédéric Pariente, Solutions Architect Manager, Nvidia, Christian Saguez, Co-fondateur et Président d’honneur, Teratec, and Thierry Collette, Director, Information Sciences and Techniques Research Group, Thales Research & Technology France

The science of brain-computer interfaces
By Marie-Constance Corsi, Research Scientist, Inria

Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) consists of translating brain activity into commands for control and communication. BCI constitutes a multidisciplinary field where physicians, physiotherapists, neuropsychologists, computer scientists, and biomedical engineers, work hand-in-hand to improve the patients' daily life.

With the latest improvements made in Artificial Intelligence, BCIs have generated a growing interest both from the academia and from private companies.

Here, we will see the current state-of-the-art of the research and the challenges to be overcome to favor the diffusion of the BCI outside the laboratory, closer to the patients' bed.

Biography: Marie-Constance Corsi is an Inria research scientist at Paris Brain Institute in the NERV Lab since 2022. She previously completed a PhD in University of Grenoble Alpes (France) on the development of a new generation of sensors to record biomagnetic activity. Her research focuses on the development of tools to improve Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI), reflected by a non-negligible portion of users who cannot control the device even after several training sessions. She essentially considers three main approaches: the search for neurophysiological markers of BCI training, the integration of multimodal data to enrich the information provided to the classifier, and the development of portable systems. She previously served as secretary general of the French academic association promoting the advances in BCI (CORTICO).

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