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On January 19th 2021, Prof. Gordon Cheng invited MSNE alumni and MSNE students to join a very relaxed eveing event: After a brief heads-up by Prof. Cheng, MSNE Alumni Steffen Schneider, Christoph Kocher, and Ann Kotkat presented their experience within the study program in a very... [more]

“The machine as an extension of the body” Combining neuroscience and robotic research has gained impressive results in the rehabilitation of paraplegic patients. A research team led by Prof. Gordon Cheng from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) was able to show that... [more]

With respect to an extended application period at TUM in summer 2020 and a later start in the lecture periode winter 2020/21 at all Bavarian universities, MSNE admission processes took longer this year. Meanwhile, all interviews have been conducted and all applicants received a... [more]

The paper "Calibration-Free Error-Related Potential Decoding with Adaptive Subject-Independent Models: A Comparative Study" is available under the "Early Access" area on IEEE Xplore. Florian Schönleitner is student in ENB Elite Master Neuroengineering program. (Source Message) ... [more]

Five Students of the Master in Neuroengineering study program (MSNE) won the BCI-Challenge in the 2020 edition of IEEE Brain virtual br41n.io Hackathon.  Within a 24h Hackathon, the students (Eric Ceballos Dominguez, Jin Hwa Lee, Ashish Rao Mangalore, Svea Marie Meyer und... [more]

Science is going on! This theme started the first entirely virtual MSNE Neuroengineering Symposium on April 22nd 2020. MSNE students presented their latest research projects, performed at TUM as well as in many other places worldwide. Looking to the registration list, 75 students,... [more]

The conference FENS2020 is going to be virtual, taking place from 11-15 July 2020. We are happy about accepted abstracts, authored/co-authored by MSNE students: Isabelle Hoxha, Fulvia Del Duca, Stefan Ehrlich, Florian Bergner, Nicolas Berberich, Gordon Cheng: Improving user... [more]

You may find further information at Neuroengineering Symposium webpage. Registration required, please save the date! [more]