NC/BCI Laboratory is an interactive digital platform to explore novel forms and techniques for neurorehabilitation and neural enhancement practices. As an incubator for intelligent solutions, NC/BCI lab integrates cognition and behavior with modern high-computation algorithms. These high-computation methods are applicable to the rehabilitation of neuronal disorders, enhanced behavior studies for athletics and sports, and multisensory integration for sensory deprivation. 

Aims & Objectives

  • Understanding how the brain reacts to different sensory stimuli. 
  • Early diagnostics of neuronal disorders. 
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation for patients with neural disorders. 
  • Specialized rehabilitation for sports-related brain injuries. 

Research Areas

  • Brain-Computer Interaction. 
  • Neural rehabilitation. 
  • Neural enhancement. 
  • Cognitive neuroscience. 
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. 
  • Multisensory Integration. 
  • Sensory deprivation. 
  • Motion tracking. 
  • Neural rehabilitation for sports-related injuries. 


  • Neuroelectronics Enobio-32 wireless EEG system. 
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulators. 
  • VICON System. 
  • Sensors for recording physiological signals. 


  • Neural Engineering. 
  • Human-Machine Interaction. 
  • Physiological Signal Processing. 


  1. Current projects 
  • Sight for Blind-spot: A smart rehabilitation training protocol for individuals with Retinal Degenerative Diseases.

      2. Future projects 

  • Multisensory integration and sensory deprivation. 
  • Rehabilitation for sensory-deprived individuals. 
  • Behavior analysis of athletes.