Welcome to the Neurocognitive Intrefaces Group at Moscow MEG Center, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education!
We study human physiology and cognition in human-machine interaction, especially in interaction via brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) and in gaze-based interaction. We also develop advanced non-invasive BCIs, including the highly integrated «eye-brain-computer interfaces» (EBCIs).
- Yashin A.S., Vasilyev A.N., Shishkin S.L. Contrasting quasi-movements with imaginary movements: an experimental model for studying physical and mental actions. Proc. of the 4th Int. Conf. «Neurotechnologies and Neurointerfaces» (CNN’2022), 14−16 September 2022, Kaliningrad, Russia (in press).
- Yashin A.S., Zhao D.G., Stolyarova A.N., Moscowsky A.D., Yakovlev D.S., Nazhestkin I.A., Shishkin S.L., Dubynin I.A. (2022) Subjective distance estimates and sense of agency in robotic wheelchair control. Applied Sciences. 12(12):6217. https://doi.org/10.3390/app12126217
- Shishkin S.L. (2022) Active brain-computer interfacing for healthy users. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16:859887. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnins.2022.859887
- Zhao D.G., Vasilyev A.N., Kozyrskiy B.L., Melnichuk E.V., Isachenko A.V., Velichkovsky B.M., Shishkin S.L. (2021) A passive BCI for monitoring the intentionality of the gaze-based moving object selection. Journal of Neural Engineering. 18(2):026001. https://doi.org/10.1088/1741-2552/abda09 (Open Access)
- RSF 22-19-00528
- RSF 22-29-01361
- Prioritet 2030