Laboratory of neuroscience and cognitive technologies
Laboratory of Neuroscience and Cognitive Technologies conducts interdisciplinary research and experimental works to develop human-machine interfaces used in children’s education, rehabilitation, and industrial production.
Fundamental research in the field of understanding the operations of the human brain during perception, processing and assimilation of information, decision making, and motor activity. Those operations are research frontiers in neuroscience and require the most modern experimental methods of brain activity monitoring and analyzing, the development of new mathematical methods for multichannel neurophysiological data (of various types) processing and analyzing, the study of the neural ensembles dynamics using different levels of biological neurons activity models detalization. As part of this direction, it is planned to implement the following projects:
- The physical basis of self-learning adaptive intelligent systems and their use in biomorphic and anthropomorphic robotics.
- Physical methods for estimating procedures, training and human cognitive functions monitoring, considering his personal characteristics.
- The study of the brain neural network functioning features in the processing of sensory information and solving cognitive tasks using non-invasive methods for monitoring of neural activity.
- Neural ensembles dynamics research and modeling using the methods of time-frequency analysis, complex systems science and machine learning.
- Human movement biomechanics research using signals of neuro-muscular actions to control anthropomorphic robots and exoskeleton elements.
Physical foundations of self-learning adaptive intelligent systems and their application in biomorphic and anthropomorphic robotics
Physical methods for assessing, training and controlling human cognitive performance accounting personality traits a person’s cognitive functions, taking into account his personality traits
RFBR grant to the winner of the Competition for the best projects for organizing scientific events held in March-December 2019 in the Russian Federation.
Development of methods for the analysis of neuroimaging data to identify processes in the human brain during motor activity for the development of brain-computer interfaces
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