Strategic Project
'Human Brain Resilience: Neurocognitive Technologies for Adaptation, Learning, Development and Rehabilitation in a Changing Environment'


Igor Sokolov
Coordinator, Research and Development Department

Goal of the project:

Developing technologies for neurodiagnostics, neuroadaptation, neuroreabilitation (3N technologies), and semantic space mapping; using these technologies as tools to reduce the number of neurogenic and psychological diseases or alleviate the consequences of such diseases.

Key priorities

Technologies for Research and Medicine

Next Generation Magnetoencephalography Using Magnetometers with Optical Pumping

Laboratory of Applied Neurotechnologies

AI-based Listening Diagnostic System

Clinical Neurotechnologies for Preserving Cognitive Functions

Digital Instruments for Treating and Evaluating Language and Mental Disorders

Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation for Improving and Treating Language Functioning

Analysing the Neurobiological and Behavioral Foundations of Learning and Intelligence, Multilingualism and Cognition

Socially Impactful Neurotechnologies

Forecasting and Modulating Economic Behaviour with the Application of Multidimensional Neuroimaging Technologies

Neurocognitive Technologies for Urban Optimisation

‘Spot the Bot’: Semantic Spaces for Augmented Intelligence

Developing Cognitively Motivated AI Technologies to Counteract Fake and Polarising Information

Investigating the Mechanisms of Attention Distribution during Learning to Read Musical Notation

HSE University’s Basic Research Program

Multidisciplinary Human Brain Research

Young Scientists’ Projects

Tool for Creating a Generalized Linguistic Personality Speech Profile for Diagnostics of Mental Disorders

Cognitive Flexibility and Bilingualism as Cognitive Reserve Proxies

Development of Methods for Studying Multistability Based on Machine Learning with Application to Neural-Like Systems