Brain-Computer Interfaces: The “techno-cerebral subject” as a bio-technical form of the cyborg
Public talk in TANTlab by Dr. Melike Sahinol, Orient-Institut Istanbul. The talk is given at AAU Copenhagen, TANTlab, A.C. Meyers vænge 15, room 2.3.003, Tuesday 14th November, 15:00-16:00.
Melike Sahinol presents her research on the practices and techniques of Neuroscience, in particular Brain-Computer Interfaces in patients with chronical stroke. The work is based on ethnographic studies in hospitals, laboratories, and during various brain surgeries.
Melike Sahinol is Research Fellow, head of the research field “Human, Medicine, and Society” at the Orient-Institut Istanbul (Turkey), which is an independent turcological and regional scientific research institute of the Max Weber Foundation (Germany).
The public talk takes place in TANTlab. No registration needed.