The 6th CiNet Conference: Brain-Machine Interface – Medical Engineering based on Neuroscience –


February 5  – February 7, 2020
  (Wednesday – Friday)

       Conference Room, CiNet Bldg. (1-4 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka, Japan)

Registration: closed
  Please sign up by Jan. 27 at the latest.

Poster presentation:  Sign up from the above

Program: (subject to change)  download

Guillaume Charvet, Clinatec
“Implantable Epidural Brain Machine Interface to control a 4-limb exoskeleton for movement compensation of tetraplegic patients”
Steven Chase, Carnegie Mellon University
“Neural manifolds: from basic science to practical improvements in brain-computer interfaces”
Vikash Gilja, University of California, San Diego
“Brain Machine Interfaces: Concept to Clinic”
Isao Hasegawa, Niigata University
“Decoding visual object/memory information from electrocorticography”
Masayuki Hirata, CiNet, Osaka University
“A fully-implantable wireless brain machine interfaces: towards clinical trials”
Leigh Hochberg, Brown University
“BrainGate Pilot Clinical Trials: Toward Restoring Communication and Mobility”
Kyosuke Kamada, Megumino Hospital/ATR
“Combination of functional decoding and monitoring using ECoG for Neurosurgery”
Takeshi Kawano, Toyohashi University of Technology
“3D micro/nanoneedle and 2D flexible film for neural interfaces”
Takashi D.Y. Kozai, University of Pittsburgh
“New Interface biology and Novel brain stimulation technology”
Yukio Nishimura, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science
“Bypassing damaged neural pathways via neural interfaces”
Masamichi Sakagami, Tamagawa University
“Value decoding from Electro-Cortico-Graphic signals in monkey prefrontal cortices”
Andrew Schwartz, University of Pittsburgh
Tsuyoshi Sekitani, Osaka University
“Brain-implanted flexible and stretchable integrated circuit system for comprehensively monitoring brain activities from cerebral cortex to deep brain regions”
Thomas Stieglitz, University of Freiburg
“Miniaturized neural implants for interfacing with the brain”
Takafumi Suzuki, CiNet, NICT
“Brain-machine interface based on electrocorticogram -System development towards 4000ch recording-”
Hirokazu Takahashi, The University of Tokyo
“Decoding of Darwinian neural activities in the auditory cortex”
Kazutaka Takahashi, University of Chicago, Computational Scientist
“Changes in cortical network connectivity with long-term brain-machine interface exposure after chronic amputation”
Chong Xie, Rice University
“Pushing limits of intracortical neural electrodes”
Takufumi Yanagisawa, CiNet, Osaka University
“Clinical application of ECoG/MEG decoding”

     National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
     Center for Information and Neural Networks (CiNet)

     NTT Data Institute of Management Consulting, Inc.

Meeting Chair:  Takafumi Suzuki (CiNet/NICT)
Co-chair:  Masayuki Hirata (CiNet/Osaka University)
Meeting Director: Takahisa Taguchi (CiNet/NICT)

Language: English
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