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#Winner "Winner"

The Winner of 2010
 

Cuntai Guan, Kai Keng Ang, Karen Sui Geok Chua, Beng Ti Ang

Motor imagery-based Brain-Computer Interface robotic rehabilitation for stroke

A*STAR, Singapore.

 

“The winning project shows a rapidly advancing application of BCI systems: tools for stroke rehabilitation. In near future, many groups will work on this topic.”
says Christoph Guger

#Nominees "Nominees"

The Nominees of 2010


More than 50 top-level research projects were submitted from all over the world!
The jury carefully scored 10 nominated projects, and then selected the winners for the Annual BCI Research Award 2010.


 

Guangyu Bin, Xiaorong Gao, Shangkai Gao

A high speed word spelling BCI system based on code modulated visual evoked potentials

Tsinghua University, China.


Steven M. Chase, Andrew S. Whitford, and Andrew B. Schwartz

Operant conditioning to identify independent, volitionally-controllable patterns of neural activity

Carnegie Mellon University, USA.


Cuntai Guan, Kai Keng Ang, Karen Sui Geok Chua, Beng Ti Ang

Motor imagery-based Brain-Computer Interface robotic rehabilitation for stroke

A*STAR, Singapore.


Jing Guo, Shangkai Gao, Bo Hong

An active auditory BCI for intention expression in locked-in

Tsinghua University, China.


 

Kimiko Kawashima, Keiichiro Shindo, Junichi Ushiba, Meigen Liu

Neurorehabilitation for Chronic-Phase Stroke using a Brain-Machine Interface

Keio University, Japan.


Tao Liu, Shangkai Gao, Bo Hong

Brain-actuated Google search by using motion onset VEP

Tsinghua University, China.


Jana Muenssinger, Harry George, Sebastian Halder, Adi Hoesle, Andrea Kübler

Brain Painting - "Paint your way out"

Universität Tübingen, Germany.


 

Mark Palatucci, Dean Pomerleau, Geoff Hinton, Tom Mitchell

Thought Recognition with Semantic Output Codes

Carnegie Mellon University, USA.


David B. Ryan and Eric W. Sellers

Predictive Spelling with a P300-based BCI: Increasing Communication Rate

East Tennessee State University, USA.


George Townsend

Innovations in P300-based BCI Stimulus Presentation Method

Algoma University BCI Lab, Canada.


 

#Jury "Jury"

The 2010 Jury
 

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Eric Sellers


 

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Dean Krusienski


 

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Klaus-Robert Müller


 

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Benjamin Blankertz


 

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 Theresa Vaughan


 

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Bo Hong


 

#Ceremony "Ceremony"
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The Awards Ceremony 2010
 

The Award Ceremony took place during the BCI Meeting 2010 on June 3rd, 2010 at the Asilomar Conference Grounds, Monterey Bay, California (USA).