I am a PhD candidate of Computer Engineering at the University of Madeira in Portugal, holding a personal grant by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). Additionally, I am a doctoral researcher at the NeuroRehabLab of Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (M-ITI), part of the Laboratory of Robotics and Engineering Systems (LARSyS). My doctoral research involves the development of neuroscience-based interactive systems for stroke rehabilitation through Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) and Virtual Reality (VR). My research interests involve the investigation of Human Augmentation through Neural and Multimodal Interfaces for improving the quality-of-life either in an assistive or rehabilitative manner. During my prior studies, I have worked on various BCI prototypes at Coventry University and the Serious Games Institute (SGI) in UK for both virtual environments and the physical world.