Jan 2018: Panelist at "Past, Present and Future of Machine Learning and Neuroscience: Collaboration, Achievements and Limitations", MeetAI Series, London (UK).
Jul 2017: Talk "A Collaborative BCI Trained to Aid Group Decisions in a Visual Search Task Works Well with Similar Tasks", Neuroadaptive Technology Conference (NAT'17), Berlin (Germany).
Jun 2016: Seminar "Making Better Decisions via Collaborative Brain-Computer Interfaces", University of Twente, Enschede (Netherlands).
Mar 2016: Seminar "Brain-Computer Interfaces", University of Parma, Parma (Italy). [Slides (ITA)]
Mar 2016: Lecture "EyeWink e dintorni", IIS B. Pascal, Reggio Emilia (Italy). [Slides (ITA)]
Sep 2015: Talk "A Comparison of Ensemble Methods for Motor Imagery Brain-Computer Interfaces", European Conference on Data Analysis 2015 (ECDA 2015), Colchester (UK). [Slides]
Sep 2015: Talk "Towards a Wearable Device for Controlling a Smartphone with Eye Winks", 7th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC15), Colchester (UK). [Slides]
Apr 2015: Talk "A Collaborative Brain-Computer Interface to Improve Human Performance in a Visual Search Task", 7th International IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering Conference, Montpellier (France). [Slides]
5 February 2018: 'Mind-reading' computers could enhance human brain and help police, surgeons and City traders (Sky News) - Video here
1 January 2018: Neurotechnology, Elon Musk and the goal of human enhancement (The Guardian)
6 October 2017: Sometimes one head is better than two when it comes to decisions - here's the science (The Conversation)
27 September 2017: BBC Essex interview on our recent findings published in Scientific Reports
26 September 2017: Press release of the University of Essex on our recent findings published in Scientific Reports
24 August 2017: Press release of the University of Essex on a £15,000 grant awarded to support my startup EyeWink Ltd.
31 March 2017: Elon Musk wants to merge man and machine - here's what he'll need to work out (The Conversation) - republished by the Daily Mail and the Independent