Neuromuscular Physiology and Neural Interfacing (N-squared) Laboratory!
Welcome to the Neuromuscular Physiology and Neural Interfacing (N-squared) Lab!
The Neuromuscular Physiology and Neural Interfacing (N-squared) laboratory aims at deciphering neuromuscular function and developing human-machine interfaces for neurorehabilitation and restoring of motor function. Our lab activities are focused on the acquisition and analysis of neural signals with high spatial and temporal resolution (matrix arrays) from the central and peripheral nervous system of human and non-human primates as well as other animal species.
The N-squared group was founded by Prof. Alessandro Del Vecchio in 2020.
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded 1.5 million Euros through the ERC Starting Grant for our research project GraspAgain.
We, the N-squared Lab, in collaboration with FAPS and Noxon GmbH, have won a total of €1.3 million in grants for two innovative projects aimed at helping people with hand paralysis due to stroke or spinal cord injury.
The Medical Valley Award was granted to our team for the project "GraspAgain,"...
The first paper was published in collaboration with Jakob Dideriksen from Aalborg University. Take a look at how a motor unit computational model allows us to understand the potential motor unit neural and muscular changes that are observed after longitudinal interventions (neurorehabilitation, trai...
We would like to share a short preview video that illustrates the incredible power of the deep learning model Raul Sîmpetru, a student assistant in our lab, developed.
Congratulations to Johanna Happold for completing her master thesis in our lab. In her thesis she investigated the dimensionality of synaptic input to motor neurons.