The NeuroRehabLab is an interdisciplinary research group of the University of Madeira that investigates at the intersection of technology, neuroscience and clinical practice to find novel solutions to increase the quality of life of those with special needs. We capitalize on Virtual Reality, Serious Games, and Brain-Computer Interfaces to exploit specific brain mechanisms that relate to functional recovery to approach motor and cognitive rehabilitation by means of non-invasive and low-cost technologies.


We are excited to let you know that John Muñoz won the Best Paper award at the Physiological Computing Systems Conference on the 28th of July in Madrid with the following paper "The Biocybernetic Loop Engine: an Integrated Tool for Creating Physiologically Adaptive Videogames".

Congratulations on the work well done!
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2 days ago  ·  

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John Edison Muñoz Cardona @ the Neuroadaptive Technology Conference in Berlin #NAT2017 presenting his thesis advancements in the field of Biocybernetic Adaptation. :)

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Our PhD students organized an internal Doctoral Symposium, on June 2, at the Museum of Imprensa da Madeira. The M-ITI Doctoral Symposium gathered the community for seeing the PhD students presenting t...

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