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.
Big congratulations to Marius, who won both the 1st jury price and audience award at the DMEA 2022 – Connecting Digital Health Newcomer award with his master thesis “A Generalized Framework for Investigating the Kinematics and Neural Dynamics of the Hand”, written here at our N-squared Lab.
After two successfully accepted papers and with sunny weather outside, it is time for beer garden season!
We went to Steinbach Biergarten in Erlangen. It was already very crowded there, but luckily we found two tables next to each other, so we all could sit together. Little by little other group...
Two conference contributions to the EMBC!
Marius Oßwald has completed his master thesis with today's presentation and we congratulate him on this achievement! We would also like to congratulate Marius Oßwald on his master's thesis being selected by the DMEA as one of the top 5 in its category.
Christmas pre-celebration with the Lab on 8.12.2021.