BioCAS 2016|Oct.17-19|Shanghai,China

Invited Speakers - BrainCAS

Prof. Jaimie M. Henderson Jaimie M. Henderson Stanford University, USA BrainGate2: Developing an Intracortical Neural Interface for Restoration of Function for People with Paralysis abstract and bio Prof. Marc Slutzky Marc Slutzky Northwestern University, USA Developing clinically viable brain machine interfaces: progress and challenges in selecting optimal input signals abstract and bio Prof. Ralph Etienne-Cummings Ralph Etienne-Cummings Johns Hopkins University, USA I, Robot: Blurring the lines between Mind, Body and Robotics abstract and bio
Prof. Yi Lu Yi Lu Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Novel optrode arrays and their applications in neural circuit dissection abstract and bio Prof. Zoltan Mari Zoltan Mari Johns Hopkins University, USA Present & Future Neurophysiology Priorities in Movement Disorders & Motor Control: Closed-Loop Systems, Remote Care, tDCS abstract and bio Prof. Takashi D. Yoshida Kozai Takashi D. Yoshida Kozai University of Pittsburgh, USA Biological Science Driven Future of Neural Interface Engineering abstract and bio
Prof. John Seymour John Seymour University of Michigan, USA Achieving scale and multicolor in optoelectrodes abstract and bio Prof. Victor Pikov Victor Pikov GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), UK Engineering challenges in developing miniaturized closed-loop neuromodulation devices for peripheral nerves abstract and bio Prof. Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson Newcastle University, UK Closed-loop neural interfaces: challenges and opportunities abstract and bio
Prof. Huajin Tang Huajin Tang Sichuan University, China Neuromorphic Cognitive Computing to Build Robotic Brain abstract and bio Prof. Wentai Liu Wentai Liu University of California at Los Angeles, USA Epidural neural implant for motor function recovery after spinal cord injury abstract and bio


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