Jelena Mladenovic

Jelena Mladenovic

PhD student in Computer Science

Hi, Salut, Zdravo !!

 

I am a 2nd year PhD student supervised by Fabien Lotte, Inria (Bordeaux) and Jeremie Mattout, Inserm (Lyon), in France. I hope to improve Brain-Computer Interfaces (Motor Imagery and P300) using adaptive methods, during the 3-year PhD contract, within the BCI-LIFT project.

Computational modeling of user skills and states to optimize Brain-Computer Interfaces training tasks

My PhD subject consists of exploring ways to improve BCI systems considering the user's skills and states, or to adapt the system to one's changeable nature, using machine learning.
FĂȘte de la science
FĂȘte de la science
In the Science museum in Bordeaux, I presented TuxRacer, manipulated with Motor Imagery BCI. Teegi robot was there to assure the audience understood the underlying...
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Tux Flow
Tux Flow
My first experiment in Inria!! Tux Racer, a 3D video game (open source) can be manipulated with a BCI system, using an EEG cap.
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This year events

Conferences/ Presentations that I plan to assist, or have already assisted -- future, most recent, to past events (from left to right)
BCI Conference in Graz – September
BCI Conference in Graz – September
We submitted a paper called: The Impact of Flow in an EEG-based Brain Computer Interface
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NaT conference in Berlin – July
NaT conference in Berlin – July
We submitted a paper, Active Inference in BCI (one page, work in progress) for NeuroAdaptive Technologies (NaT).
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BCI courses at the CHI Conference in Denver – May
BCI courses at the CHI Conference in Denver – May
BCI team from Potioc, Inria Bordeaux are proud to give a course on BCI systems to the CHI community
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NeuroFeedback Day in Paris – January
NeuroFeedback Day in Paris – January
I presented my work in Neurofeedback
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Creation of French BCI Society in Paris – Jan
called CORTICO
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