Our colleagues from CERTH got two papers accepted at the 8th International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering that will take place in May, in Shangai-China. More specifically, both papers aim at the detection of Steady State Visual Evoked Potentials in unfavourable settings including short trial period, reduced amount of training and low cost EEG hardware. The first paper relies on the use of Subclass Marginal Fisher Analysis, while the second employees Sparse Bayesian Learning. We are very happy that we will have the chance to disseminate MAMEM results in one of the most established conferences for Neural Engineering.
You may check the full list of MAMEM’s publications here.