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Project “Online adaptive BCI with attention variations” at Aalborg University won the 1st Place of the BCI Award 2017

Project “Online adaptive BCI with attention variations” at Aalborg University won the 1st Place... Brain-Computer interfa Ces, 2017 VoL. 4, no . 4, 248 https://doi.org/10.1080/2326263X.2017.1384597 Project “Online adaptive BCI with attention variations” at Aalborg University won st the 1 Place of the BCI Award 2017 st The International Annual BCI Research Award is one The 1 place has been handed over to the project “Online of the top accolades in BCI research. The Award was adaptive brain-computer interface with attention var- created in 2010 to recognize outstanding and innova- iations” from Susan Aliakbaryhosseinabadi et.al. from nd tive research in the field of Brain-Computer Interfaces. Aalborg University in Denmark. The 2 place went to The BCI Award may be crucial and pathbreaking for “Individual word classification during imagined speech” international careers in the field of Brain-Computer from Stephanie Martin, et.al. from EPFL in Lausanne, rd Interface. Everyone from around the world can Switzerland. Finally, the 3 place winner is the project submit and 12 projects are nominated before the winner “BCI prosthetic hand to control phantom limb pain” by is announced. Takufumi Yanagisawa et.al. from Osaka University in Japan. e b Th est 12 nominated projects will be published in the e 2017 j Th ury has been assembled with experts from book series http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Brain-Computer Interfaces Taylor & Francis

Project “Online adaptive BCI with attention variations” at Aalborg University won the 1st Place of the BCI Award 2017

Brain-Computer Interfaces , Volume 4 (4): 1 – Oct 2, 2017

Project “Online adaptive BCI with attention variations” at Aalborg University won the 1st Place of the BCI Award 2017

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Brain-Computer interfa Ces, 2017 VoL. 4, no . 4, 248 https://doi.org/10.1080/2326263X.2017.1384597 Project “Online adaptive BCI with attention variations” at Aalborg University won st the 1 Place of the BCI Award 2017 st The International Annual BCI Research Award is one The 1 place has been handed over to the project “Online of the top accolades in BCI research. The Award was adaptive brain-computer interface with attention var- created in 2010 to recognize outstanding and...
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Abstract

Brain-Computer interfa Ces, 2017 VoL. 4, no . 4, 248 https://doi.org/10.1080/2326263X.2017.1384597 Project “Online adaptive BCI with attention variations” at Aalborg University won st the 1 Place of the BCI Award 2017 st The International Annual BCI Research Award is one The 1 place has been handed over to the project “Online of the top accolades in BCI research. The Award was adaptive brain-computer interface with attention var- created in 2010 to recognize outstanding and innova- iations” from Susan Aliakbaryhosseinabadi et.al. from nd tive research in the field of Brain-Computer Interfaces. Aalborg University in Denmark. The 2 place went to The BCI Award may be crucial and pathbreaking for “Individual word classification during imagined speech” international careers in the field of Brain-Computer from Stephanie Martin, et.al. from EPFL in Lausanne, rd Interface. Everyone from around the world can Switzerland. Finally, the 3 place winner is the project submit and 12 projects are nominated before the winner “BCI prosthetic hand to control phantom limb pain” by is announced. Takufumi Yanagisawa et.al. from Osaka University in Japan. e b Th est 12 nominated projects will be published in the e 2017 j Th ury has been assembled with experts from book series

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