In 2011, Professor Borja Sañudo collaborated in the context of signal processing of physiologic signals applied in the context of sports performance. During a month Professor was at the FCT laboratory and spent part of this time at PLUX to learn more about the bridge that connects to the industry, leading to several publications that connect biomedical engineering with sports performance.
Professor Cliquet is a renowned researcher at Brazil as cathedratic Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computation and cathedratic Professor in Orthopedics (UNICAMP). In 2011 Professor Hugo Gamboa invited him to be a Keynote speaker at BIOSTEC. Later Professor Cliquet accommodated a PhD student from Professor Gamboa to acquire biosignals in clinic environment, at São Paulo, in collaboration with his research group.
Professor Gamboa first established a collaboration with Professor Schultz while monitoring the progress her research and the creation of a laboratory. Her work is based on the incorporation of biosignal studies in speech technologies, with notorious results. Professor Schultz also oversees and counsels Professor Gamboa scientific and academic process. In 2018, Professor Gamboa was during two months part of the Cognitive Systems Lab as invited researcher.
Professor Kublavnov coordinates a Biomedical Engineering research group at Ekaterinbourg and established a connection with Professor Gamboa by receiving one of his PhD students, Anton Dolganov, which attended Nova University during six months with a direct collaboration with biosignals LibPHYS laboratory. During 2017 Professor Gamboa visited Ural Federal University and gave 3 lessons on “Biosignal processing and Classification.
Professor Gamboa has been researching the use of biosignal in the context of psychological evaluation together with Professor Cheetham. Professor Cheetham has also co-supervised two MsC students and is currently supervising one PhD student, Cátia Cepeda. In 2018 Professor Gamboa has made a research visit to University Hospital of Zurich to define and align conjuncted research directions.