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Aleksandra Kuznetsova

  • Aleksandra Kuznetsova has been at HSE University since 2016.



Master's in Applied Mathematics and Information Science
HSE University, Computer Science Faculty

Postgraduate Studies

3rd year of study
Approved topic of thesis: «MEG-based wave microscopy: a new technology for exploring brain function in health and disease»
Academic Supervisor: Ossadtchi, Alexey



  • 2019
    BCI-Samara 2019 (Самара). Presentation: MEG based functional microscopy using traveling wave priors
  • Organization for Human Brain Mapping (Рим). Presentation: MEG based functional microscopy using traveling wave priors: a new technology for exploring epilepsy"
  • MEG UK 2019 (Кардифф). Presentation: Traveling wave model for SOZ localization in MEG data

Employment history

Aleksandra was a research assistant in the Institute for Industrial and Market Studies HSE from January 2016 to December 2017. She is now a research assistant in the Centre for Cognition and Decision Making. The responsibilities of a research assistant include: participation in research projects of the Centre; regular attendance of scientific seminars, conferences and workshops within the Centre.

Center for Bioelectric Interfaces presents at OHBM 2019

We have made four poster presentations at OHBM-2019, a major neuroscience conference held in Rome and sponsored by the Organization for Human Brain Mapping.

CBI is featured on Russia-24 channel

Russia-24 aired a story in which Alex Ossadtchi, Ksenia Volkova, Nickolay Smetanin, Alexander Belyayev and Alexandra Kuznetsova talk about the CBI and its research: an exoskeleton-controlling neurointerface, myographic interface to control a hand avatar and the main project to develop an invasive neurointerface to be used in clinical settings.

BCI-controlled exoskeleton: neurorehabilitation for patients with impaired lower limb function

At the international symposium ExoRehab Spotlights 2018 held on December 5 in Moscow, researchers of the Center for Bioelectric Interfaces Nikolai Smetanin, Aleksandra Kuznetsova and Alexei Ossadtchi presented Russia's first EEG-based neural interface that uses lower limb motor imagery for exoskeleton control. Alexei Ossadtchi also made a presentation "BCI for walk decoding". This work has been a collaboration with the Russian company ExoAtlet.

Megagrant #14.641.31.0003 "Bi-directional ECoG BCIs for contol, stimulation and communication". Lead scentist: Mikhail Lebedev.