Fabien Lotte
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Description

Fabien LOTTE obtained a M.Sc., a M.Eng. and a PhD degree in computer sciences, all from the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) Rennes, France, in 2005 and 2008 respectively. As a PhD candidate he was part of the BUNRAKU team at the French National Research Institute for Computer Science and Control (INRIA) and member of the OpenViBE project (www.irisa.fr/bunraku/OpenViBE/wiki) dedicated to brain-computer interfaces and virtual reality. He was supervised by Dr. Anatole LECUYER and Pr. Bruno ARNALDI. In october and november 2008, he was a visiting PhD student at the HIROSE-TANIKAWA laboratory, the University of Tokyo, Japan, still working on brain-computer interfaces. Currently, he works as a research fellow in Singapore, at the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), Signal processing department, in the Brain-Computer Interface laboratory headed by Dr. Cuntai GUAN. His research interests include brain-computer interfaces, pattern recognition, virtual reality and signal processing.


Lectures:

lecture
flag Oscillatory EEG-based BCI design: signal processing and more
as author at  BBCI Winter School on Neurotechnology, Berlin 2014,
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flag EEG Feature Representations and Associated Spatial Filters for Brain-Computer Interfaces
as author at  BBCI Summer School,
670 views
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flag An Efficient P300-based Brain-Computer Interface with Minimal Calibration Time
as author at  Mini Symposia,
570 views