Newsletter June 2017

Submit your BCI project! Deadline extended: June 30, 2017 

Write a clear description in English that should not exceed 2 pages. The document has to include your full name(s), contact information, project title, brief description and current status of the work, images, figures and tables (if needed).

Send the document as a pdf file to  before the indicated deadline. Nominees should attend the BCI Conference 2017 or send a delegate to receive the nomination or the award.

More information:

Join the BCI Award groups on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Hardware and Software updates 

Tobii EyeX eyetracker is intended to be used for gaming. Nevertheless, the Tobii EyeX eyetracker can be used for scientific eyetracking purposes. g.tec's g.EYEtracking Interface for EyeX is able to acquire X and Y coordinates of the Tobii EyeX eyetracker and allows to filter the gaze data.
The g.Recorder now supports g.Nautilus wireless EEG and is compatible with Windows 10 and 64-bit. Read more: g.Recorder

Apply for BR41N.IO - The BCI Designers Hackathon Series 

The BR41N.IO Hackathon series is inspired by "Agent Unicorn" headpiece from Fashion-Technology-Artist Anouk Wipprecht (NL). BR41N.IO challenges young geeks to design and build a unique, playful and wearable BCI headset. Join the 2017 BCI Designers Hackathons:

Apply for 2018!

If you would like to organize a hackathon and offer BR41N.IO hacking projects, apply with a possible location at .
Subscribe to the BR41N.IO newsletter!

Submit your Breakthrough BCI Applications in Medicine 

Is your research dedicated to Brain-Computer Interface, clinical applications, neurorehabiliation, neurofeedback or invasive and noninvasive brain stimulation? Submit your abstract and spotlight your research in the upcoming issue Breakthrough BCI Applications in Medicine in Frontiers in Neuroscience.

  • Abstract submission deadline is September 1, 2017.
  • Manusript deadline is February 1, 2018.

Interview with BMI Lab Director José Azorín 

José M. Azorín is the Director of the Brain-Machine Interface Systems Lab and Associate Professor of the Systems Engineering and Automation Department at Miguel Hernández University of Elche in Spain. We had the chance to talk with him about his work in Brain-Computer Interfaces, Neurorobotics, Assistive Robotics and Rehabilitation Robotics.
Read the interview: Interview with José Azorín

Music and the Mind - Interview with Dave Thompson 

The LIVELab at the McMaster Institute for Music and The Mind (MIMM) in Hamilton, Canada is dedicated to developing a center for the scientific study of music, sound and movement and their importance in human health. We had the chance to talk with Dave Thompson about his work there.
Read the interview: Interview with Dave Thompson

Internships for Customers 

As a special education service, g.tec has open internships or thesis possibilities in order to learn EEG/BCI skills for your lab. Apply now! Send your internship/thesis applications to Christoph Guger

New Publications 

BCI Spotlight: Applications and Research of our Customers 

More information: g.HIampg.USBamp | g.Nautilus

Workshop, Conferences & Congresses 

Greetings from Austria!
Christoph Guger & Günter Edlinger

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