Workshop on Neurosteer mobile EEG (Neta Maimon)
Neta Maimon from the Department of Cognitive Psychology in the School of Psychology at Tel-Aviv University will give a workshop on the mobile EEG system Neurosteer.
Neurosteer has developed the world’s first medical-grade, real-time brain sensing and control, wearable platform for a wide range of medical, wellness and lifestyle applications.
Combining advanced neuroscience and proprietary machine learning, Neurosteer captures brain activity, interprets brain dynamics, and detects emotions, neurological states, engagement, attention and intent in real time.
It is an essential tool for monitoring patients with neurological disorders, and is used in the hospital, rehab center and at home. The minimal, wearable sensor is the perfect digital companion for neurological and psychiatric clinical trials.
Neta Maimon is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Cognitive Psychology in the School of Psychology at Tel-Aviv University. She has two master’s degrees, one in Cognitive Psychology and one in Musicology from Tel-Aviv University, and a BMus in Cello Performance from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. She currently lectures in the School of Psychology at Tel-Aviv University, teaching two undergraduate courses on music cognition and perception & psychophysics.