the mind machine

the mind machine

Latest Episodes

Ep 11: Anne-Marie Brouwer on Applied Neuroscience
October 26, 2020

Anne-Marie Brouwer is a senior Scientist at TNO in the Netherlands. She has a background in cognitive psychology but has applied her methodological expertise to a wide range of research projects. During our conversation, we talk about the importance of

Ep10: Fabien Lotte on Brain-Computer Interfaces
September 08, 2020

In this episode, I talk to Fabien Lotte from INRIA in Bordeaux about his research on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI). Fabien is a computer scientist working in this field with a particular interest in signal processing and machine learning for EEG-based

Ep 9: Graeme Moffat on Consumer Neurotechnology
February 24, 2020

Graeme Moffat is a neuroscientist working in the field of consumer neurotechnology. At the time of this conversation, he was chief scientist at Interaxon who make the Muse product. Muse is an EEG system designed to support meditation practice via audito

Ep 8: Sergi Bermudez I Badia on Virtual Neurorehabilitation
November 17, 2019

The research conducted by Sergi Bermudez I Badia works at the Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute concerns the integration of technologies into the process of neurorehabilitation.  His work integrates virtual reality, serious games, brain-computer

Ep7: Chad Stephens on Human Factors & Aviation
October 08, 2019

In this episode of the mind machine, I'm talking to Dr. Chad Stephens from the NASA Langley Research Centre.  Chad is a psychophysiologist currently working in the field of aviation and human factors.  We talk about his early work on emotions and the

Ep 6: Dick De Waard on Traffic Psychology
May 06, 2019

In episode 6 of the mind machine, I talk to Prof. Dick De Waard about his research into traffic psychology and human factors.  We discuss how driving behaviour is measured on the real-road and in simulators and how psychophysiological methods can be integ

Ep5: Klaus Gramann on Mobile Brain-Body Imaging
March 16, 2019

In the fifth episode of the podcast, I talk to Professor Klaus Gramann of the Berlin Mobile Brain-Body Imaging (MoBI) Lab.  We discuss his work on studying spatial navigation and other topics while measuring brain activity in fully mobile participants.  W

Ep4: Frederic Dehais on Aviation Psychology
February 12, 2019

In this fourth episode of the podcast, I talk to Professor Frederic Dehais from the University of Toulouse.  Fred talks about his background and his work applying neurosciences to the area of aviation psychology.  We talk about his research into pilot err

Ep3: Wendy Rogers on Cognitive Ageing & Social Robotics
January 16, 2019

Prof. Wendy Rogers talks about her research into cognitive ageing and the design of technology to support the ageing process.  Our conversation covers the development of Wendy's work, from the study of skill acquisition to understanding the process o

Ep2: Alan Pope on Biocybernetic Loop & Neurofeedback
November 04, 2018

In the episode, I talk to Dr. Alan Pope from the NASA Langley Research Centre in Hampton, Virginia. Alan talks about how his passion for engineering and psychology led to his research on mental workload, the biocybernetic loop and neurofeedback systems.