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Project EBRAMUS: Europe, Brain and Music: New perspectives for stimulating cognitive and sensory processes

project duration
01/12/09 – 30/11/13
abstract
The aim of the EBRAMUS project is to increase our overall understanding of brain function and to have an impact on clinical and educational applications by developing new diagnostic tools, training and rehabilitation techniques, and new music technology. The EBRAMUS team is composed of an international and interdisciplinary group of partners. The program relies on 11 projects. IPEM is the partner that takes the lead for the cochlear Implant Music (CIM- project. The goal of the CIM project is to develop a gesture-based audio-stimulation system that fosters the coupling of action and perception in cochlear implant users.
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