Rocio Salazar ends her PhD stay in BMI Systems Lab

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Or partner Rocio Salazar ends her 1-year stay in BMI Systems Lab.
During this period she has performed studies related with the detection of user’s reaction when facing an obtacle appearance during human gait. This research has led to the publication of a conference paper in the “7th International IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering Conference (NER)” and the preparation of a journal paper in “Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation”.

Also her stay has triggered and agreement between the Miguel Hernández University and the Center for Research and Advanced Studies (CINVESTAV) of Mexico allowing exchange PhD Student between both centers to have access to a double PhD title, being this Mexican PhD Student the first beneficiary of this title.
Nuestra compañera Rocío Salazar finaliza su estancia de 1 año con nosotros.
Durante su estancia ha realizado estudios para detectar mediante señales cerebrales la reacción de la persona ante la aparición de un obstáculo inesperado. Con esta investigación se ha podido publicar un artículo en la conferencia “7th International IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering Conference (NER)” y se ha enviado otro artículo con pruebas experimentales a la revista “Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation”.

Además, gracias a su estancia se ha firmado un acuerdo entre la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche y el Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados (CINVESTAV) de México para permitir a los estudiantes de doctorado de intercambio entre estos centros, optar a un título de doble doctorado.