In a short interview, Dr. Ali Khaleghi, from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) introduces himself and his role in B-CRATOS. What is his team working on? What kind of techniques do they use in the project? What are some big challenges now for the Wireless Powering and Communication team? Find out in […]
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The B-CRATOS team prepares a summer school for Master students, PhD students and Post-Docs desiring to strengthen and deepen their knowledge in the field of Brain-Communication Interface, Robotics, Neurotechnology… Join us in Trondheim at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) on September 27-29 for three days of lectures, visits and demo! We […]
Our next free webinar will take place on Zoom on June 9th at 2pm CEST. Join us for an enthralling talk on “Artificial substitution of missing hands”! “The replacement of a missing hand by a prosthesis is one of the most fascinating challenges in rehabilitation engineering. For decades, science and engineering have tried to match […]
The B-CRATOs team is very excited to announce the upcoming Summer School “Next Generation Wireless Brain Machine Interface Contact“, which will be organized in Trondheim, Norway, on September 27-29 at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)! This summer school will give you an overview of the latest trends in wireless technology for brain-machine […]
We just published the second B-CRATOS newsletter! Through a few lines (or…a long page), you can catch up with the big news and events of the past few months. We share our progress made, step by step, on the project. In an interview, Robin Augustine, Project Coordinator, and Paul Wanda, WP leader, take a look […]
The technology developed by B-CRATOS will have profound effects in several fields. In neuroprosthetics it bypasses damaged circuits in order to restore missing biological functions. It will also impact electroceuticals, Brain-Computer Interfaces and Virtual Reality.
B-CRATOS overcomes technological barriers of wireless brain↔machine↔body communication, and represents the beginning of a paradigm shift in how signals can be sent to restore function and empower individuals.