IEEE Brain will feature one recording from the 2018 Brain Initiative Workshop on Advanced Neuro Technologies each month.
This month, Dr. Tim Constandinou of Imperial College London gives a presentation on a platform technology encompassing a family of innovations that together aim to tackle key challenges with existing implantable brain machine interfaces.
- Call for Participation: Neurotech Entrepreneurs Workshop
- Call for Participation: IEEE Brain Data Bank Challenge – Montreal, Canada
- New IEEE Brain Podcast: Q&A with Jack Gallant, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at UC Berkeley
- Call for Papers: BioCAS 2019, Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference
- Call for Papers: IEEE Systems Journal, Special Issue on “Translational Issues in Clinical Brain-Machine Interface Systems for Assistance, Diagnostic and Restorative Applications”
- On-Demand Webinar Recordings available: Past presentations from SMEs
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- Of Interest: Upcoming EMB Standards Activities
- 23-27 July 2019 • Berlin, Germany
EMB Conference 2019
- 1-2 September 2019 • Warsaw, Poland
Neuro Informatics 2019
- 7-8 September 2019 • Linz, Austria
BR41N.IO • Designers’ Hackathon at ARS Elecronia
- 3-7 September 2019 • Pacific Grove, CA, USA
Asilomar Bioelectronics Symposium 2019
- 16-29 September 2019 – Graz, Austria
8th Graz BCI Conference
- 1 October 2019 • London, UK
Bioelectric Medicines: Past, Present and Future
- 6-7 October 2019 • Bari, Italy
BR41N.IO • Designers’ Hackathon at IEEE SMC 2019
- 6-9 October 2019 • Bari, Italy
IEEE SMC 9th Workshop on Brain-Machine Interface (BMI) Systems
- 17-19 October 2019 • Nara, Japan
- 18-19 October 2019 • Trbovlje, Slovenia
BR41N.IO • Designers’ Hackathon at Speculum Artium Festival
- 27-28 October 2019 • Athens, Greece
BR41N.IO • Designers’ Hackathon at IEEE BIBE 2019
- 13-15 December 2019 • Phoenix, AZ, USA
Neurotech Entrepreneurs Workshop
First-ever noninvasive mind-controlled robotic arm
20 June 2019, by Emily Durham
A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon has made a breakthrough in the field of noninvasive robotic device control. Using a noninvasive brain-computer interface, they have developed the first-ever successful mind-controlled robotic arm exhibiting the ability to continuously track and follow a computer cursor.
Better Memory through Electrical Brain Ripples
14 June 2019, By Simon Makin
Specific patterns of brain activity are thought to underlie specific processes or computations important for various mental faculties, such as memory. One such “brain signal” that has received a lot of attention recently is known as a “sharp wave ripple”—a short, wave-shaped burst of high-frequency oscillations.
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