Využití moderních informačních technologií pro neurorehabilitace pacientů se získaným poškozením mozku

The brain-driven computer assistance system for people with limited mobility focuses on the design, development, testing and deployment of noninvasive brain-computer interface system based on electroencephalography (EEG) methods. It s aim is to provide communication and control pathways to individuals with severe motor disabilities.

Programme:
INTERREG V-A (CZ-BY) Cross-border Cooperation Program Czech Republic - Free State of Bavaria

Specific goal: Achieving a higher level of cross - border integration, harmonization and cohesion in Czech-Bavarian border region

Time period: 4/2019 - 3/2022

Person responsible: 
Roman Mouček

Collaborators: Petr Brůha, Lucie Březáková, Laco Gaál, Ivana Herejková, Irena Holečková, Michal Horký, Martina Navrátilová, Jitka Poláková, Helena Ptáčková, Pavel Skala, Jana Sládková, Ivana Šroglová, Jaroslava Václavíková, Lukáš Vařeka, and Markéta Včalová

Total budget: € 719.573,05  (€ 440.243,80 in the Czech Republic)

Funding in the Czech Republic:
European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) (85%)
Ministry of Regional Development, Czech Republic (5%)

Reference/collaboration:
The project is solved in collaboration with Asklepios Klinik Schaufling, Centrum pobytových a terénních sociálních služeb Zbůch, Das Bezirksklinikum Mainkofen, Donau-Isar Klinikum Deggendorf a Philipps-Universität Marburg.  

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