We research and develop solutions for a better understanding of human cognition combining computer science, psychology and neuroscience.
We are a multidisciplinary research team joining efforts to shape the future of:
VR and AR solutions for stimulation
User monitoring through sensors during the experience
Application of artificial vision and machine learning techniques
Researching and developing algorithms within the area of Artificial Vision and Machine Learning.
Assessing and promoting the recovery of brain function after an injury and on examining the underlying mechanisms of different brain processes.
Analysing human being behavior in front of marketing actions like audiovisual campaigns and in front of retail experience both in physical and online stores.
LENI in a nutshell
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LENI is certified with ISO9001:2015 as a standard of Quality Management System from 2009. We provide consistent products and services with an optimum organization, traceability and great synergies between areas.
Mariano Alcañiz awarded with the Outstanding Research Achievement at the UPV Innovation Awards 2023 in Valencia
Our colleague Eleonora Minissi has received the New Investigator Award at the 26th Cypsy Congress celebrated in Paris from 10-13th July 2023.
Mariano Alcañiz and Carlos Royo have written an article titled ‘Assessment 3.0: Neuroscience in Talent Attraction’ in the prestigious Harvard Deusto Business Review.
MANTRA: An Effective System Based on Augmented Reality and Infrared Thermography for Industrial Maintenance is one of the most highly cited papers in Section “#Computing and #ArtificialIntelligence”.
The impact of technologies on sleep quality is an important area of research nowadays because of the consequences they have sometimes in mental health.
A LabLENI study analyses the influence of pheromones on buying behaviour: we are faster when we are afraid.
Among work published in an issue between 1 January 2021 – 31 December 2021, our work received some of the most downloads in the 12 months following online publication
How priming with body odors affects decision speeds in consumer behavior.
Thanks Anny Michelle Maza Pino for representing LabLENI at the congress: “12th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation” on December 16, with the presentation of the work “Differences in electrical brain activity during visualization of positively-valenced videos featuring acquaintances or strangers. Preliminary data from a healthy subject and two individuals with a disorder of consciousness”.
XX Meeting of the Spanish neurorehabilitation society – Adaptación al castellano de la escala UK FIM+FAM
Where are we?
Polytechnic City of the Innovation – Building 8B – 3rd Floor
Camino de Vera s/n 46022