Research line

This line aims to develop new techniques to study the human motor nervous system in health and disease.

Specific research lines:

  1. Design of new diagnostic and therapeutic solutions movement disorders or other neural conditions affecting motor function
  2. Computational neural models to study brain-muscle interactions
  3. Closed-loop brain- and spinal-cord stimulation platforms
  4. Neural signal processing to study neural connectivity and coding during voluntary movements
  5. Human-motor augmentation through peripheral neural interfaces
  6. Human-machine interfaces
  7. Blind-source separation-based techniques to extract neural information noninvasively from humans
  8. Design and validation of plasticity induction paradigms
brain computer

Investigator in charge


  • High-density electromyography
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation
  • Transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation
  • High-density electromyography
  • Brain-Computer Interfaces
  • Peripheral nerve stimulation
  • Eyetracking