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  • Ricardo Ron Angevin

    Profesor Titular de Universidad

    Tel: 952132897     E-mail: rron@uma.es

    Despacho: 1.2.31

    Currículo

DOCENCIA EN:

- Electrónica Digital II

- Electrónica Digital

- Laboratorio de Electrónica Digital

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> Grupo DIANA

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Preliminary results using a P300 brain-computer interface speller: a possible interaction effect between presentation paradigm and set of stimuli
Fernández-Rodríguez, Álvaro; Medina-Juliá, María Teresa; Velasco-Álvarez, Francisco; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo (2019-06-18)
Several proposals to improve the performance controlling a P300-based BCI speller have been studied using the standard row-column presentation (RCP) par-adigm. However, this paradigm could not be suitable for those patients ...

Proposals of Control Paradigms Applied to a Brain-Controlled Wheelchair
Ron-Angevin, Ricardo; Velasco-Álvarez, Francisco; Fernández-Rodríguez, Álvaro (2018-03-14)
Several of the neurological diseases that human beings can result in severe disabilities. In some cases, people who suffer from such deficiencies lose any chance of communication with their environment, being the only ...

Brain switch mode: an alternative to drive a brain-controlled wheelchair
Fernández-Rodríguez, Álvaro; Velasco-Álvarez, Francisco; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo (2017-10-04)
To date, different control paradigms of low level navigation have been tested for brain-controlled wheelchairs, mainly divided into continuous or discrete control [1]. However, these paradigms have certain drawbacks such ...

Control de un teclado virtual por un paciente de ela mediante el uso de dos tecnologías: eyetracker y sistema BCI
Ron-Angevin, Ricardo; García, Liliana; Lespinet-Najib, Véronique; André, Jean Marc (2017-07-10)
Pacientes que sufren de Esclerosis Lateral Amiotrófica (ELA) pueden llegar a sufrir lo que se conoce como síndrome de enclaustramiento (Locked-in-syndrome, LIS), caracterizado, en su modalidad clásica, por la imposibilidad ...

A Comparison of a Brain-Computer Interface and an Eye Tracker: Is There a More Appropriate Technology for Controlling a Virtual Keyboard in an ALS Patient?
García, Liliana; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo; Bertrand, Loubière; Renault, Loic; Le Masson, Gwendal; [et al.] (Springer, 2017)
The ability of people affected by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), muscular dystrophy or spinal cord injuries to physically interact with the environment, is usually reduced. In some cases, these patients suffer from ...

Review of real brain-controlled wheelchairs
Fernández-Rodríguez, Álvaro; Velasco-Álvarez, Francisco; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo (IOP Publishing, 2016-10-14)
This paper presents a review of the state of the art regarding wheelchairs driven by a brain-computer interface (BCI). Using a brain-controlled wheelchair (BCW), disabled users could handle a wheelchair through their brain ...

Switch mode to control a wheelchair through EEG signals
Ron-Angevin, Ricardo; Velasco-Álvarez, Francisco; Fernández-Rodríguez, Álvaro (Springer, 2016)
This paper presents a switch strategy to control the movement of a Brain-Controlled Wheelchair. After the activation of a Motor Imagery task, an advance movement is started and kept until the same task stop it. This way, ...

Training in realistic virtual environments: Impact on user performance in a motor imagery-based Brain-Computer-Interface
Silva-Sauer, Leandro; Valero-Aguayo, Luis; Velasco-Alvarez, Francisco; Varona-Moya, Sergio; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo (2015-06-17)
A brain–computer interface (BCI) is a system that enables people to control an external device by means of their brain activity, without the need of performing muscular activity. BCI systems are normally first tested on ...

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