GTEC disseminates GuestXR during its Spring School 2022
Christoph Guger, GuestXR project partner from g.tec medical engineering GmbH, has included project information during his presentation to the BCI & Neurotechnology Spring School 2022, organised by g.tec in a hybrid format on April 25th-May 4th, 2022 in Schiedlberg (Austria).
During his presentation, entitled “How cool are BCIs?” he included GuestXR as one of the research projects in which the medical engineering company is participating, together with other H2020 initiatives. This talk was included within the session “Cutting-edge brain-computer interfaces” on April 25th.
The BCI & Neurotechnology Spring School 2022 was attended by over 5.300 attendees from 107 countries, and 340 participants took part of the BR41N.IO BCI Hackathon divided in 45 teams.
g.tec medical engineering GmbH (GTEC) is a thriving Austrian SME selling hardware, software, and complete systems to collect and analyse EEG from people. GTEC is also active in several current collaborative funded projects and has successfully completed over 20 such projects. GTEC was founded in 2004 and has had the same main technical proficiencies since its foundation: design, manufacturing, testing and certification of tools to collect and analyse human biosignals.
In the GuestXR project GTEC works on social and affective modelling, where they will develop an electrophysiology training environment that allows recording different biosignals to distinguish and classify affective categories.