Neuroscience Research

Advanced data analysis and custom solutions for brain monitoring and neuromodulation

Starlab Neuroscience Research aims to be a world leader in applied neuroscience. Through fundamental and applied research we explore new technologies and techniques in wireless neuromonitoring and neuromodulation with the potential for real world impact as products and services.

Our technology products are being commercialised through our first spin-off Neuroelectrics while our analysis services are being offered under the brand Neurokai.


The Neuroscience Research team have extensive experience in data analysis, machine learning, signal processing, application development, hardware development and applied research. We have an outstanding record in National and European funded research projects with a proven ability to commercialise the results.

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Some of our ongoing and recent projects:

EEG biomarkers for Parkinson Disease MJFF

Starlab Neuroscience is working on discovery of EEG biomarkers for Parkinson Disease and Lewy Body Dementia Using Advanced Machine Learning Techniques

Biometrics Tabula Rasa

Starlab Neuroscience is developing novel EEG biometric systems resistant to spoofing attacks as part of this FP7 project

Brain Stimulation HIVE

Developing the next generation of non-invasive brain stimulation technologies. Starlab Neuroscience leads this 4-year FET project that asks the question: Could computers someday interact directly with the human brain?

Emotion Recognition and Telepresence BEAMING

This 4-year project, coordinated by Starlab Neuroscience, aims to develop a platform for telepresence with immersive physicality. Starlab is developing technologies for the detection of user affective state based on physiological signals and facial expression.

Research Coordination HC2

Starlab is co-ordinating HC2, a research support action funded by the EUs FET Human Computer Confluence initiative on the emerging symbiotic relation between humans and computing devices leading to new forms of perception and interaction.


Starlab is developing Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technologies as part of a construction set for assistive technologies which can be adapted to the motor abilities of end-users.