About

Welcome to CNBI
Clinical Neuroprosthetics and Brain Interaction

We are a team of researchers led by Prof. José del R. Millán at The University of Texas at Austin, USA. The focus of our research is on the direct use of human brain signals to control devices, interact with our environment, and eventually recover from insults to and deficits of our central nervous system. We are involved in a large set of complementary projects, which balance the development of prototypes —where robust real-time operation is critical— and the exploration of new interaction principles.

CNBI is small enough to be friendly, but large enough to provide a stimulating research environment.

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CNBI is part of the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering, the Dept. of Neurology, Dell Medical School, The Wireless Networking and Communications Group (WNCG), and Texas Robotics.

We invite you to navigate our website and find out more about us and our work.