Seminar “Current Topics in Brain-Computer Interfacing“

Course information

Credit2 SWS, 3 ECTS
Time:Tuesday, 10:15 am to 11:45 am (for few meetings; main part will be in a block in the second half of the term)
Location:Big Blue Button
First meeting:t.b.a in the concurrent lecture
Lecturers:Benjamin Blankertz, Daniel Miklody
ISIS:[2021-WS] BCI-SE The enrollment key (for participants without TU account) is: BCI21


In this seminar, special topics from recent publications related to Brain-Computer Interfacing will be discussed. Students will develop talks about their research topic, which are presented and discussed in the second half of the term.

Exemplary topics: Neural correlates of attention in free viewing, Predictors of BCI Performance, Co-adaptive Systems, Control by Spatial Attention; Hybrid BCIs, Multimodal BCIs


The lecture „Brain-Computer Interfacing“ needs to be taken concurrently or completed in a previous term.


The grade is determined as ‚Portfolioprüfung‘ according to § 47 (2) AllgStuPO with the grading system 2 of faculty IV. There are other elements that make up the final grade, depending on the module (see next section),


This course is part of the following modules:


  • Material will be put on the ISIS page of the course.