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New researcher joined our team

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Unexpected, interesting visits!

BSPL Lab from the Opole University of Technology, which is the part of the BANANA project had two interesting visits in July!

On 5th July visited us for a short visit Prof. Dean J. Krusienski from the Virginia Common University, Richmond VA. He is an authority in BCIs! He was also an author of recommendation letter for our project and is keeping his fingers crossed for us. We are also looking forward to future collaboration with prof. Krusienski!

Another visit took place on 8th July, Prof. Carla Stecco for Padua University in Italy popped in for a short visit to see our equipment to talk about potential collaboration.

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New equipment

One of the BANANA project partners obtained their new fNIRS (functional near infra-red spectroscopy) device from the Cortivision company (https://www.cortivision.com). Initial tests in progress.

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BANANA presents new work at IEEE CVPR

The BANANA team presents a new research paper on editing images by steering GAN models directly by observing human brain activity via EEG. More information available here: https://openaccess.thecvf.com/content/CVPR2022/html/Davis_Brain-Supervised_Image_Editing_CVPR_2022_paper.html

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Participation in CHIST-ERA Project Seminar 2022

BANANA participated in the CHIST-ERA project Seminar that was held on Monday to Wednesday this week. It was a nice opportunity to learn about other projects corresponding to previous CHIST-ERA calls and, particularly, the projects that, like BANANA, are participating in the BCI topic. It was also a good opportunity to do some networking, even online. Looking forward to working for advances in this promising HCI area! Videos of some of the sessions can be found on CHIST-ERA YouTube channel.

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Hello world!

We are happy to announce that project BANANA has officially started today. We look forward to advancing basic and applied research on Brain-Computer Interfaces.

You can follow this blog to keep an eye on our progress and see how the project evolves. Stay tuned!