The TU Graz BCI Racing Team MIRAGE91 participated at the Cybathlon 2016. We share impressions of that great event at our Racing Team website.
We cordially invite you to submit papers in the area of brain-computer interfaces for the 7th Graz Brain-Computer Interface Conference 2017. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international review board. Accepted papers will be published in open access proceedings and receive a unique DOI.
Submissions must use the Word or LaTeX template provided on our website (https://bci.tugraz.at/GBCIC2017). Please do not tinker with the template parameters such as line spacing, page borders, font sizes, and so on. Your submission can be up to six pages long. More detailed instructions on how to create a submission can be found on our website before paper submission opens (December 1st 2016).
Please note that the submission deadline for papers is February 1st 2017. Papers submitted after this date will not be considered.
The 7th Graz Brain-Computer Interface Conference 2017 will feature workshops to stimulate in-depth scientific discussions on specific BCI topics of interest. Workshops can combine talks, discussion, demonstrations and hands-on activities. Workshops will cost a small additional fee for participants to cover coffee and rooms. Workshops will be held on Monday, September 18th 2017.
Please send your workshop proposal per mail to bci2017noSpam@tugraz.at. Your proposal should provide the following information:
- The name of the workshop
- The names/affiliations and contact information of the organizer(s)
- A workshop abstract that includes a statement of the workshop’s goals (max 150 words)
- Workshop timetable, number of expected participants, workshop format, etc.
Please note that the submission deadline is February 1st 2017. Workshop proposals submitted after this date will not be considered.
The Graz University of Technology recently launched her homepage in a new design. The design of the homepage of our institute was adapted to be in line with the new design. (2016/07/11)
Our institute got a new name: "Institute of Neural Engineering", in German "Institut für Neurotechnologie". This new name gives a better description of what we are actually doing. Studying the human neural system while interacting with and adapting to (new and/or artificial) environments and tasks, like in our research focus Brain-Computer Interfacing. Our new address is: