The Future of Europe is Science

CEEDs on the video “The Future of Europe is Science” published last week on the European Commission‘s website. Enjoy!  

Study found that is possible to predict judgments from brain waves

Interesting article reporting the findings of a new study on consciousness and on how people make immediate judgments. A new study has found that people make immediate judgments about images they are shown — which could have an impact on their decisions — even before their brains have had time to consciously process the information. The … Continue reading

Christof Koch on ‘conscious technology’

Last week MIT Technology Review published a very interesting interview with Christof Koch, chief scientific officer of the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle, and we would like to share it with you. Is a worm conscious? How about a bumblebee? Does a computer that can play chess “feel” anything? To Christof Koch, chief scientific … Continue reading

Microsoft’s RoomAlive: the ultimate immersive gaming experience

Microsoft has just revealed a new project called RoomAlive, a new system that projects content throughout a room that you can interact with (see video below). RoomAlive uses multiple Kinects to detect where the walls are and projectors to send holographic images accordingly, enabling immersive 360-degree gaming. Microsoft claims that it’s completely auto-calibrating and self-locating, enabling it to calculate … Continue reading

CEEDs article published on frontiers in Neuroscience

We are very pleased to announce that a new CEEDs article was published yesterday on Frontiers in Neuroscience. The article, entitled  Inference of human affective states from psychophysiological measurements extracted under ecologically valid conditions, well describes some of the key technologies researched and developed within CEEDs, and presents results from two different studies conducted to validate the … Continue reading

Solaris: a magnetic pool of liquid controlled by human brainwaves

::vtol:: , a project founded by musician and artist Dmitriy Morozov, along with Julia Borovaya, Edward Rakhmanov, and Alexander Kaplan, have recently worked on a new project called Solaris. which makes use of an EEG headset (Emotiv Epoc) to let people control a swirling pool of ferrofluid – magnetic liquid – with their brainwaves. Watch video below. For more … Continue reading

Ethics at the core of the CEEDs project

Here is a guest blog post on ethical guidelines for the CEEDs project, written by CEEDs’ Coordinator, Professor Jonathan Freeman, and published on the website a few days ago: Text source: There have been some exciting few years for me working with all the project partners in CEEDs; working to develop new tools to make exploring multimodal … Continue reading


Computer Business Review today came out with a list of the 5 coolest projects funded by the European Commission that focus on Big Data (and CEEDs is one of them). Article from CBR: Virtual reality EU researchers have recognised there’s so many billions of bytes of data being generated every day that we have trouble … Continue reading

European Commission press release on CEEDs

We are very pleased to announce that a Press Release on CEEDs was issued this morning by the European Commission:   Here is the full article: EU-funded tool to help our brain deal with big data Every single minute, the world generates 1.7 million billion bytes of data, equal to 360,000 DVDs. How can our brain … Continue reading

Thunder to help neuroscientists analyze big data

Developed at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Research Campus, Thunder is a new library of tools that speeds the analysis of data sets that are so large and complex they would take days or weeks to analyze on a single workstation. For example, Thunder was used by Jeremy Freeman, Misha Ahrens, and other colleagues at Janelia … Continue reading

  • FET project

  • EC funded

  • Under FP7

  • Project details

    Project number: 258749
    Call (part) identifier: FP7-ICT-2009-5
    Project Start Date: 1st September 2010
    Project Duration: 48 month