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Last updated on May 11, 2021. This conference program is tentative and subject to change

Technical Program for Wednesday May 5, 2021

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Podium Session 4: Brain/Neuron Computational Modeling and Simulation Oral Session
Chair: Dümpelmann, MatthiasUnivesity Medical Center Freiburg
Co-Chair: Faisal, A. AldoImperial College London
10:00-10:20, Paper WeA1.1 
Computational Model of the Dorsal Horn Circuitry for Innocuous Touch

Beltraminelli, AnnaETHZ
Romeni, SimoneÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne ‐ EPFL
Micera, SilvestroScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
10:20-10:40, Paper WeA1.2 
Neural Dynamics of Closed-Loop Alpha Wave Modulation Via Phase-Locked Visual Feedback

Jin, XingyiShenzhen University
Zhang, LiShenzhen University
Li, LinlingShenzhen University
Liang, ZhenShenzhen University
Zhang, ZhiguoShenzhen University
Huang, GanShenzhen University
10:40-11:00, Paper WeA1.3 
Production and Diffusion Model of Nitric Oxide for Bioinspired Spiking Neural Networks

Trapani Alessandra, TrapaniPolitecnico Di Milano
Antonietti, AlbertoPolitecnico Di Milano
Naldi, GiovanniUniversitŕ Degli Studi Di Milano
D'Angelo, EgidioUniversity of Pavia
Pedrocchi, AlessandraPolitecnico Di Milano
11:00-11:20, Paper WeA1.4 
On and Off-Centre Pathways in a Retino-Geniculate Spiking Neural Network on SpiNNaker

Sen Bhattacharya, BasabdattaBirla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, Goa Ca
Serrano Gotarredona, TeresaInstituto De Microelectronica De Sevilla
11:20-11:40, Paper WeA1.5 
A Cortical Extracellular Simulation Model to Create Synthetic Neural Recordings

Gherardi, Kyle DylanSan Diego State University
Töreyin, HakanSan Diego State University
11:40-12:00, Paper WeA1.6 
Brain and Heart Physiological Networks Analysis Employing Neural Networks Granger Causality

Jaimes, DanielaEscuela Colombiana De Ingeniería Julio Garavito - Universidad De
Orjuela-Cańón, Alvaro D.Universidad Del Rosario
Jutinico Alarcón, Andres JutinicoUniversidad Antonio Narińo
Bazurto, Maria AngélicaFundación Neumológica Colombiana
Dueńas, ElidaFundación Neumológica Colombiana
Multiscale Brain Modelling Minisymposium
Chair: Casellato, ClaudiaUniversity of Pavia
10:00-10:20, Paper WeA2.1 
Large-Scale Controllers Embedding a Realistic Cerebellum Microcircuit through the Connectome

Alessandro, CristianoUniversity of Pavia
Grillo, MassimoPolitecnico Di Milano
Geminiani, AliceUniversity of Pavia
Sheiban, Francesco JamalPolitecnico Di Milano
Pedrocchi, AlessandraPolitecnico Di Milano
Casellato, ClaudiaPolitecnico Di Milano
D'Angelo, EgidioUniversity of Pavia
10:20-10:40, Paper WeA2.2 
Co-Design of an Experimental Setup and Control Loop Models to Simulate the Neural Substrate of Behavior

Sheiban, Francesco JamalPolitecnico Di Milano
Trapani Alessandra, TrapaniPolitecnico Di Milano
Geminiani, AliceUniversity of Pavia
D'Angelo, EgidioUniversity of Pavia
Pedrocchi, AlessandraPolitecnico Di Milano
10:40-11:00, Paper WeA2.3 
Multiscale Co-Simulation of Deep Brain Stimulation

Meier, Jil MonaCharité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Perdikis, DionysiosCharité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Ritter, PetraCharité University Medicine Berlin
11:00-11:20, Paper WeA2.4 
Spiking Neuron Model Networks Based on Hippocampal Circuitry

Michele Migliore, MicheleNational Research Council
Coppolino, SimoneInstitute of Biophysics National Research Council
11:20-11:40, Paper WeA2.5 
Modelling Cerebellar Adaptive Mechanisms for Optimal Control of Saccadic Eye Movements

Kalidindi, Hari TejaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Fruzzetti, LorenzoThe BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
Falotico, EgidioScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
11:40-12:00, Paper WeA2.6 
Bioinspired Neuromorphic Cerebellum

Bogdan, Petruț AntoniuThe University of Manchester
Marcinnň, BeatriceThe University of Pavia
Casellato, ClaudiaPolitecnico Di Milano
Casali, StefanoThe University of Pavia
Rowley, AndrewThe University of Manchester
Hopkins, MichaelThe University of Manchester
Leporati, FrancescoThe University of Pavia
D'Angelo, EgidioUniversity of Pavia
Rhodes, OliverThe University of Manchester
Robotics for Restoration of Movements in SCI and Stroke Patients:
Evidence-Based Findings and Challenges for the Next Decade
Chair: Mazzoleni, StefanoScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
10:00-10:20, Paper WeA3.1 
Arm Therapy Robot ARMin: Transfer to Clinics and Industry

Riener, RobertETH and University Zurich
10:20-10:40, Paper WeA3.2 
Integration of Robot-Assisted Treatments, Functional Electrical Stimulation and Neuromodulation for Restoration of Movements in Persons Affected by Stroke and Spinal Cord Injury

Mazzoleni, StefanoScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
10:40-11:00, Paper WeA3.3 
Robotic Cycling Wheelchair for Outdoor Mobility Assistance and Indoor Training

Hirata, YasuhisaTohoku University
11:00-11:20, Paper WeA3.4 
Why Expand Robot-Assisted NeuroRehabilitation to Stroke Patients with Both Motor and Cognitive Impairments?

Johnson, Michelle J.University of Pennsylvania
Multisensory Development in Typical and Blind Individuals: Cortical
Organization and Technology
Chair: Gori, MonicaIstituto Italiano Di Tecnologia
10:00-10:20, Paper WeA4.1 
Multisensory Development in Typical and Blind Children and Adults: Cortical Plasticity and Rehabilitation Technology

Gori, MonicaIstituto Italiano Di Tecnologia
Amadeo, Maria BiancaIIT Istituto Italiano Di Tecnologia
Campus, ClaudioIstituto Italiano Di Tecnologia
Cappagli, GiuliaIstituto Italiano Di Tecnologia
Martolini, ChiaraIstituto Italiano Di Tecnologia
10:20-10:40, Paper WeA4.2 
The Multisensory Scaffold for Perception and Rehabilitation

Murray, Micah M.Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois and University of Lausa
10:40-11:00, Paper WeA4.3 
Visual Cortex Organization and Individual Differences in Blindness

Ella Striem-Amit, EllaGeorgetown University Medical Center
11:00-11:20, Paper WeA4.4 
Spatial Recalibration in Cataract-Treated Individuals

Senna, IreneUlm University
Piller, SophiaUlm University
Martolini, ChiaraIstituto Italiano Di Tecnologia
Gori, MonicaIstituto Italiano Di Tecnologia
Cocchi, ElenaIstituto David Chiossone
Ernst, MarcUlm University, Department of Applied Cognitive Psychology
Rise of Neural Engineering in India Minisymposium
Poster Session - May 5 12: 00 - 13: 00 Poster Session
12:00-13:00, Subsession We1PO-01,
BCI-Neural Signal Processing - Part 1   Poster Session, 7 papers
12:00-13:00, Subsession We1PO-02,
BCI-Neural Signal Processing - Part 2   Poster Session, 7 papers
12:00-13:00, Subsession We1PO-03,
Neural Interfaces - Neural Stimulation   Poster Session, 9 papers
12:00-13:00, Subsession We1PO-04,
Neural Interfaces - Recording   Poster Session, 10 papers
12:00-13:00, Subsession We1PO-05,
Neurological Disorders   Poster Session, 6 papers
12:00-13:00, Subsession We1PO-06,
Sensory Neuroprostheses - Visual   Poster Session, 5 papers
BCI-Neural Signal Processing - Part 1 Poster Session
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-01.1 
A Closed-Loop Adaptive Brain-Computer Interface Framework: Improving the Classifier with the Use of Error-Related Potentials

Chiang, Kuan-JungUniversity of California San Diego
Emmanouilidou, DimitraMicrosoft
Gamper, HannesMicrosoft Research
Johnston, DavidMicrosoft
Jalobeanu, MihaiMicrosoft Research
Cutrell, EdwardMicrosoft Research
Wilson, AndyMicrosoft
An, WenkangCarnegie Mellon University
Tashev, IvanMicrosoft
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-01.2 
Motor Imagery Performance from Calibration to Online Control in EEG-Based Brain-Computer Interfaces

Mousavi, MahtaUniversity of California, San Diego
de Sa, VirginiaUniversity of California, San Diego
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-01.3 
Artifact Detection and Correction in EEG Data: A Review

Saba-Sadiya, SariMichigan State University
Alhanai, TukaNew York University Abu Dhabi
Ghassemi, MohammadMassachusetts Institute of Technology
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-01.4 
Do User-Centered Designed Paradigms for BCIs Improve the Modulation of EEG Signals?

Mercado, Víctor RodrigoUniv Rennes, INSA, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
Alonso-Valerdi, Luz MariaTecnologico De Monterrey
Salas Garza, MonicaTecnológico De Monterrey
López, AlondraTecnológico De Monterrey
Garza Ibarra, ErikaTecnológico De Monterrey
Chávez-Madero, CarolinaTecnologico De Monterrey
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-01.5 
Effect of Stimulus Direction on Motion-Onset Visual Evoked Potentials Decoded Using Spatiotemporal Beamforming

Libert, ArnoKULeuven
Wittevrongel, BenjaminKU Leuven
Van Hulle, MarcK.U.Leuven
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-01.6 
Does Inter-Stimulus Distance Influence the Decoding Performance of SSVEP and SSMVEP BCI?

Gao, YuanpeiUniversity of Waterloo
Ravi, AravindUniversity of Waterloo
Jiang, NingUniversity of Waterloo
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-01.7 
Integrating EEG and NIRS Improves BCI Performance During Motor Imagery

Wang, ZhongpengTianjin University
Cao, CongTianjin University
Zhou, YijieTianjin University
Chen, LongTianjin University
Gu, BinTianjin University
Liu, ShuangTianjin University
Xu, MinpengTianjin University
He, FengTianjin University
Ming, DongTianjin University
BCI-Neural Signal Processing - Part 2 Poster Session
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-02.1 
Technical Note: A Low-Cost Research Platform for Brain-Computer-Interface Applications in Mixed Reality

Milsap, GriffinJohns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Peranich, PrestonJohns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-02.2 
Keyword-Spotting and Speech Onset Detection in EEG-Based Brain Computer Interfaces

Sakthi, MadhumithaThe University of Texas at Austin
Desai, MaansiUniversity of Texas at Austin
Hamilton, LibertyThe University of Texas at Austin
Tewfik, AhmedUniversity of Texas Austin
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-02.3 
Minimizing Subject-Dependent Calibration for BCI with Riemannian Transfer Learning

Khazem, SalimLisv - Uvsq -
Chevallier, SylvainUniversité Paris-Saclay, UVSQ, LISV,
Barthélemy, QuentinFoxStream
Haroun, KarimLISV - UVSQ - University Paris-Saclay
Camille, NoűsCogitamus, CNRS
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-02.4 
Meta-Learning EEG Motor Imagery Decoder for Brain Computer Interface

Li, DenghaoImperial College London
Ortega, PabloImperial College
Wei, XiaoxiImperial College London
Faisal, A. AldoImperial College London
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-02.5 
Evaluation of 4-Class Auditory BCI System Based on Auditory Stream Segregation

Kojima, SimonShibaura Institute of Technology
Kanoh, Shin'ichiroShibaura Institute of Technology
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-02.6 
A Motor Imagery-Based Brain-Computer Interface Scheme for a Spinal Muscular Atrophy Subject in CYBATHLON Race

Bao, Shi-ChunThe Chinese University of Hong Kong
Yuan, KaiThe Chinese University of Hong Kong
Chen, ChengThe Chinese University of Hong Kong
Lau, Cathy Choi-yinDepartment of Biomedical Engineering, the Chinese University Of
Tong, Kai Yu, RaymondThe Chinese University of Hong Kong
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-02.7 
A BCI Driver Mobile Application for Brain Signal Measurements

Bársony, Georgina EszterEötvös Lóránd Research Network Research Centre for Natural Scien
Szlavecz, AkosBudapest University of Technology and Economics
Márton, GergelyInstitute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, RCNS, HAS
Neural Interfaces - Neural Stimulation Poster Session
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-03.1 
Rat Hindlimb Isometric Forces Evoked by Simultaneous Epidural Spinal Cord and Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

Song, DanielNorthwestern University
Sandepudi, KirtanaNorthwestern University
Tresch, MatthewNorthwestern University
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-03.2 
Lower Urinary Tract Activity Evoked by Spinal Cord Stimulation Is Frequency-Modulated

Jantz, MariaUniversity of Pittsburgh
Gopinath, ChaitanyaUniversity of Pittsburgh
Kumar, RiteshCarnegie Mellon University
McLaughlin, BryanMicro Leads
Gaunt, RobertUniversity of Pittsburgh
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-03.4 
In Vivo Evaluation of Platinum Nanograss As Adhesion Promoter for Poly-(3, 4)-Ethylenedioxithiophene on Platinum-Iridium Microwires

Niederhoffer, ThomasUniversity College London
Strauss, IvoScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Micera, SilvestroScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-03.5 
Maximizing Charge Injection Limits of Iridium Oxide Electrodes with a Programmable Anodic Bias Circuit

Ersoz, AlpaslanUniversity of Connecticut
Kim, InsooUniversity of Connecticut Health Center
Han, MartinUniversity of Connecticut
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-03.6 
A Diagnostic Circuit for Crosstalk Detection in Microelectrode Arrays

McNamara, MorganUniversity of Connecticut
Ersoz, AlpaslanUniversity of Connecticut
Han, MartinUniversity of Connecticut
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-03.7 
A Software Tool for Assessing Autonomic Functions During Thoracic Vagus Nerve Stimulation

De Luca, DanielaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Strauss, IvoScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Micera, SilvestroScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-03.8 
The Discovery of a Neurostimulation Pathway Via EEG Analysis of Mechanical Dermal Stimulation

Garikapati, SahithiFeelmore Labs, Inc
Assoun, VincentFeelmore Labs, Inc
Eagle, TessaFeelmore Labs, Inc
Distefano, AngelinaFeelmore Labs, Inc
Toher, Jean-MarieFeelmore Labs, Inc
Sensale, GinaFeelmore Labs, Inc
Hagberg, SeanFeelmore Labs, Inc
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-03.9 
Bi-Electrode Epiretinal Stimulation at Cellular Resolution for Axon Avoidance

Vilkhu, RamandeepStanford University
Madugula, SasidharStanford University
Grosberg, LaurenColumbia University
Hottowy, PawelAGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
Sher, AlexanderUC Santa Cruz
Litke, AlanUniversity of California, Santa Cruz
Mitra, SubhasishStanford University
Chichilnisky, E.J.Stanford University
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-03.10 
Electrical Amplitude Just-Noticeable Differences in Visual Prostheses

Sadeghi, RoksanaJohns Hopkins University
Bradley, ChrisJohns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Barry, Michael P.Second Sight Medical Products, Inc
Kartha, ArathyJohns Hopkins University
Dagnelie, GislinJohns Hopkins Univ
Neural Interfaces - Recording Poster Session
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.1 
Electrolytic Lesioning through Multielectrode Array Alters Population Activity and Impairs Reach

Clarke, StephenStanford University
Bray, IlianaStanford University
Nuyujukian, PaulStanford University
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.2 
An Electrophysiology-Compatible Technique for Electrolytic Lesioning through a Micro-Electrode Array

Bray, IlianaStanford University
Clarke, StephenStanford University
Nuyujukian, PaulStanford University
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.3 
Analysis of Frequency Bands and Channels Configuration for Detecting Intention of Change Speed through EEG

Quiles, VicenteUniversidad Miguel Hernandez De Elche
Ferrero, LauraUniversidad Miguel Hernandez De Elche
Iáńez, EduardoUniversidad Miguel Hernandez De Elche
Ortiz, MarioUniversidad Miguel Hernández
Cano, José M.Polytechnic University of Cartagena
Azorin, Jose M.Universidad Miguel Hernandez De Elche
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.4 
A Spatial Laplacian Filter for Surface Neural Electrodes Derived from a Gaussian Process

Fukayama, OsamuNational Institute of Information and Communications Technology
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.5 
Study on the Followability of Neurons in Goldfish’s Optic Tectum by Nine Types of Flashing Visual Stimulus

Hiramatsu, YoshiakiNagoya Institute of Technology
Funase, AraoNaogya Institute of Technology
TAKUMI, IchiNaogya Institute of Technology
Fujiwara, Sei-etsuSt. Marianna University School of Medicine
Hirata, YutakaChubu University, College of Eng
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.6 
In Vivo Measurements of Cranial Electrical Stimulation Using Stereotactic-EEG: A Pilot Study

Wang, MinminZhejiang University
Zhu, ShenghuaZhejiang University
Guan, HaonanZhejiang University
Jiang, HongjieSecond Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Med
Zhang, JianminSecond Affiliated Hospital, School of Medicine, Zhejiang Univers
Zhang, ShaominZhejiang University
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.7 
Implantable CMOS Image Sensor with Neural Amplifier for Imaging and Electrophysiological Recording

Sugie, KenjiNara Institute of Science and Technology
Sasagawa, KiyotakaNara Institute of Science and Technology
Takehara, HironariNara Institute of Science and Technology
Haruta, MakitoNara Institute of Science and Technology
Tashiro, HiroyukiKyushu University
Ohta, JunNara Institute of Science and Technology
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.8 
Development of Small Fluorescence Imaging Device with Multi-Electrode Array for the Electrophysiology

Teixeira Sais, BarbaraNara Institute of Science and Technology
Tso, Kuang-ChihNara Institute of Science and Technology
Haruta, MakitoNara Institute of Science and Technology
Takehara, HironariNara Institute of Science and Technology
Tashiro, HiroyukiKyushu University
Sasagawa, KiyotakaNara Institute of Science and Technology
Ohta, JunNara Institute of Science and Technology
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.9 
Data-Driven Spectral Features of Directional DBS Electrodes and dDBS-ECoG Connectivity

Paschall, CourtnieUniversity of Washington Seattle
Levinson, LilaUniversity of Washington Seattle
Ojemann, Jeffrey GUniversity of Washington
Ko, AndrewUniversity of Washington
Herron, JeffreyUniversity of Washington
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-04.10 
Chronic Recording of Vagus Nerve Spikes to Classify Behaviors in Rats

Joseph Marmerstein, JosephCase Western Reserve University
McCallum, GrantCase Western Reserve University
Durand, DominiqueCase Western Reserve University
Neurological Disorders Poster Session
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-05.1 
EEG-Based Rehabilitation Outcome Prognosis on Patients with Disorder of Consciousness: A Systematic Review

Ballanti, SaraIRCCS Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi, Firenze, IT and the BioRobot
Campagnini, SilviaIRCCS Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi, Firenze, IT and the BioRobot
Liuzzi, PiergiuseppeIRCCS Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi, Firenze, IT and the BioRobot
Hakiki, BahiaIRCCS Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi, Firenze, Fi, 50143, IT
Scarpino, MaeniaIRCCS Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi, Firenze, Fi, 50143, IT
Grippo, AntonelloIRCCS Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi, Firenze, Fi, 50143, IT
Oddo, Calogero MariaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Mannini, AndreaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Carrozza, Maria ChiaraScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-05.2 
Visual Recognition Algorithm in Neuro-Oncology: Preliminary Results for Glioblastoma and Brain Metastasis Differentiation on MRI

Russo, CamillaUniversity of Naples "Federico II"
Francesca, LettieriUniversity of Naples "Federico II"
Russo, AngeloUniversity of Naples Federico II
Secondulfo, Guido MariaUniversity of Naples Federico II
Picozzi, FernandaUniversity of Naples Federico II
Marinelli, AlfredoUniversitŕ Degli Studi Di Napoli "Federico II"
Maresca, PaoloUniversity of Naples Federico II
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-05.3 
Real-Time Screening of Parkinson's Disease Based on Speech Analysis Using Smartphone

Ehsan, Md. TanvirUnited International University, Bangladesh
Pranto, Shehan IrtezaAhsanullah University of Science and Technology
Mamun, Khondaker A.United International University, Bangladesh
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-05.4 
Effect of Gender in the Onset and Progression in Parkinson's Disease

Isa, Bashir SalisuSSN College of Engineering, Chennai - 603100, India
A, KavithaSSN College of Engineering
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-05.5 
Increased Frontal Synchronization Likelihood in ADHD Children

Rojas, AndrésStarlab Barcelona SL
Kroupi, EleniStarlab Barcelona SL
ibańez, DavidStarlab Barcelona SL
picardo, jacoboUniversitat Illes Balears
Garcia de la Banda, GloriaUniversitat Illes Balears
Sáez, BelénUniversitat Illes Balears
Servera, MateuUniversitat Illes Balears
Soria-Frisch, AureliStarlab
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-05.6 
Evaluation of Deep Brain Stimulation Effect on Motor Signs of Individuals with Movement Disorders through Gaussian Models

Moura Cabral, ArianaFederal University of Uberlândia
Lima Pessoa, BrunoUniversidade Federal Fluminense
Escudeiro, GabrielUniversidade Federal Fluminense
Duque Gonçalves, IgorUniversidade Federal Fluminense - UFF
Vieira, MarcusFederal University of Goias
Pereira, Adriano A.Federal University of Uberlândia
Andrade, AdrianoFederal University of Uberlândia
Sensory Neuroprostheses - Visual Poster Session
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-06.1 
Recognition of Humans Using Simulated Prosthetic Vision

Hartjes, JoeriRadboud University
Güçlütürk, YagmurRadboud University, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and B
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-06.2 
Improved Processing Strategy for Head Pose Detection in Phosphene Vision

van Lierop, S.N.C.Radboud University
van den Borne, Eva W. P.Radboud University
Güçlütürk, YagmurRadboud University, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and B
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-06.3 
A Simulation of Strategies to Counteract Phosphene Fading in Retinal Prostheses

Thorn, Jacob ThomasÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne
Chenais, Naďg A.L.EPFL
Hinrichs, SandrineEPFL
Ghezzi, DiegoÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-06.4 
Real-Time Optimization of the Current Steering for Visual Prosthesis

Chen, Zhijie CharlesStanford University
Wang, BingyiStanford University
Palanker, DanielStanford University
12:00-13:00, Paper We1PO-06.5 
Closed-Loop Optimization of Retinal Ganglion Cell Responses to Epiretinal Stimulation: A Computational Study

Haji Ghaffari, DorsaUniversity of Michigan
Chang, Yao-ChuanFeinstein Institute for Medical Research
Mirzakhalili, EhsanUniversity of Michigan
Weiland, JamesUniversity of Michigan
Andrea D’Avella - Challenges and New Approaches to Study the Control and
Learning of Real-Life Motor Skills
Keynote Session
Podium Session 5: Neural Interfaces Oral Session
Chair: Vanhoestenberghe, AnneUniversity College London
Co-Chair: Meng, EllisUniversity of Southern California
14:00-14:20, Paper WeB1.1 
On the Stability of Porous Platinum Coatings for In-Ear EEG Applications

Bielefeldt, SiraUniversity of Freiburg
Stieglitz, ThomasUniversity of Freiburg
Eickenscheidt, MaxUniversity of Freiburg
14:20-14:40, Paper WeB1.2 
Urinary Bladder Innervation within the Sacral Roots of a Sheep

Metcalfe, Benjamin WilliamUniversity of Bath
Granger, NicolasRoyal Veterinary College
Prager, JonathanRoyal Veterinary College
Jabban, LeenUniversity of Bath
Taylor, JohnUniversity of Bath
Sadrafshari, ShaminUniversity of Bath
Donaldson, Nicholas de NeufvilleUniversity College London
14:40-15:00, Paper WeB1.3 
Recruitment of Primary Afferents by Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation Using the Injectrode

Dalrymple, AshleyCarnegie Mellon University
Ting, JordynUniversity of Pittsburgh
Bose, RohitUniversity of Pittsburgh
Nieuwoudt, StephanNeuronoff
Franke, ManfredCase Western Reserve University
Ludwig, KipUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Shoffstall, AndrewCase Western Reserve University
Fisher, LeeUniversity of Pittsburgh
Douglas Weber, DouglasCarnegie Mellon University
15:00-15:20, Paper WeB1.4 
A Distributed Ensemble of Wireless Intracortical Microdevices for Charge-Balanced Photovoltaic Current Stimulation

Lee, Ah-HyoungSeoul National University
Lee, JihunBrown University
Choquette, KentUniversity of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Song, Yoon-KyuSeoul National University
Nurmikko, ArtoBrown University
15:20-15:40, Paper WeB1.5 
Cochlear Implant Electrodes As Electrochemical Sensors in Vivo

Weltin, AndreasUniversity of Freiburg
Kieninger, JochenUniversity of Freiburg
Urban, Gerald A.University of Freiburg
Arndt, SusanUniversity Freiburg - Department of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology of The
Rosskothen-Kuhl, NicoleUniversity Medical Center Freiburg,
15:40-16:00, Paper WeB1.6 
Mechanosensitive Ion Channels Contribute to Micromotion Induced Membrane Potential Changes in Cells at the Neural Interface in Vivo

Sridharan, AratiArizona State University
Duncan, JonathanLouis Stokes VA Medical Center
Muthuswamy, JitArizona State University
Foreign Body Reactions and the Blood Brain Barrier Minisymposium
Chair: Kozai, Takashi D. Y.University of Michigan
14:00-14:20, Paper WeB2.1 
Understanding the Blood-Brain Barrier During the Foreign Body Response

Wellman, StevenUniversity of Pittsburgh
Stieger, KevinUniversity of Pittsburgh
Kozai, Takashi D. Y.University of Michigan
14:20-14:40, Paper WeB2.2 
Biocompatibility and Foreign Body Response to Peripheral Nerve Electrode Implants

Rodríguez-Meana, BrunoUniversidad Autónoma De Barcelona, Instituto De Neurociencias
de la Oliva, NatŕliaUniversitat Autňnoma De Barcelona
del Valle, JaumeUniversitat Autonoma De Barcelona
Navarro, XavierUniversitat Autňnoma De Barcelona
14:40-15:00, Paper WeB2.3 
Ultraflexible Nanoelectronic Threads Enabled Chronic, Spatially Resolved Tracking of Hemodynamics and Neural Activity

Luan, LanRice University
15:00-15:20, Paper WeB2.4 
Minimally Invasive High Density Carbon Fiber Arrays for Electrophysiology or Fast Scan Cyclic Voltammetry

Patel, ParasUniversity of Michigan
Luma, Brandon D.University of Michigan
Letner, JosephUniversity of Michigan
Leonardo, NoahUniversity of Michigan
Welle, Elissa JUniversity of Michigan
della Valle, ElenaUniversity of Michigan
Richie, JuliannaUniversity of Michigan
Weiland, JamesUniversity of Michigan
Cai, DawenUniversity of Michigan
Becker, JillUniversity of Michigan
Chestek, CynthiaUniversity of Michigan
Advanced Neural Microtechnology Minisymposium
Chair: Seymour, John P.University of Michgian
14:00-14:20, Paper WeB3.1 
A Neurosurgical Tool to Record Directional and Scalable Field Potentials

Seymour, John P.University of Michgian
Mancilla, Amada AbregoUTHealth
Khan, WasifMichigan State University
Ghajar, MohammadUTHealth
Tandon, NitinUTHealth
14:20-14:40, Paper WeB3.2 
Layered Design of Flexible Neuro-Probes for Long-Term Stable Intra-Cortical Interfaces

Asplund, MariaUniversity of Freiburg
Boehler, ChristianUniversity of Freiburg
Vomero, MariaColumbia University
Liljemalm, RickardUniversity of Freiburg, Department of Microsystems Engineering-I
Soula, MarisolNYU Neuroscience Institute
Voroslakos, MihalyUniversity of Michigan
Buzsaki, GyuriNew York University
Stieglitz, ThomasUniversity of Freiburg
14:40-15:00, Paper WeB3.3 
Approaches for Development of Chip-In-Foil Systems As Flexible Neural Implants

Gueli, CalogeroUniversity of Freiburg
Szabo, BenediktUniversity of Freiburg
Martens, JulienAlbert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Eickenscheidt, MaxUniversity of Freiburg
Stieglitz, ThomasUniversity of Freiburg
15:00-15:20, Paper WeB3.4 
Simplified Fabrication Process to Integrate Single-Sided µLEDs into Flexible Substrates for Optogenetic Applications

Klein, EricIMTEK
Paul, OliverUniversity of Freiburg
Ruther, PatrickUniversity of Freiburg
15:20-15:40, Paper WeB3.5 
High-Density microLED Optoelectrodes for Large-Scale Opto-Electrophysiology

Kim, KanghwanKorea Institute of Science and Technology
Voroslakos, MihalyUniversity of Michigan
Ko, EunahUniversity of Michigan
Seymour, John P.University of Michgian
Wise, KensallUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Buzsaki, GyuriNew York University
Yoon, EuisikUniversity of Michigan
New Methods for the Analysis of Large-Scale Neural Recordings Minisymposium
Chair: Olcese, UmbertoUniversity of Amsterdam
14:00-14:20, Paper WeB4.1 
CMOS Neural Probes for Large Scale Electrophysiology

Mora Lopez, CarolinaImec
14:20-14:40, Paper WeB4.2 
High-Throughput Electrophysiology and Optogenetics in Freely-Moving Rats Performing Cognitive Tasks

Marino Pagan, MarinoPrinceton University - Brody Lab
Brody, CarlosPrinceton University, HHMI
14:40-15:00, Paper WeB4.3 
Decisions in an Ever-Evolving World: Dynamic Belief Is Integral to the Decision-Making Mechanism in the Brain

Xue, ChengUniversity of Pittsburgh
Kramer, LilyUniversity of Pittsburgh
Cohen, MarleneUniversity of Pittsburgh
15:00-15:20, Paper WeB4.4 
Neural Encoding with Affine Feature Response Transforms

Güçlü, UmutRadboud University
Dado, ThirzaRadboud University
15:20-15:40, Paper WeB4.5 
Single-Neuron and Population Approaches Reveal a Role for Report-Related Activity in Mouse Primary Visual Cortex in Perceptual Decision Making

oude Lohuis, MatthijsUniversity of Amsterdam
Pie, JeanUniversity of Amsterdam
Marchesi, PietroUniversity of Amsterdam
de Kock, ChristiaanVU University Amsterdam
Pennartz, CyrielUniversity of Amsterdam
Olcese, UmbertoUniversity of Amsterdam
Zhenan Bao - Engineering Skin-Like Soft Electrical Interface with
Biological Systems
Keynote Session
Podium Session 6: Ethics and New Technologies Oral Session
Chair: Vomero, MariaColumbia University
17:00-17:20, Paper WeC1.1 
Neurotech-Ethics: Suggestions for the Way Forward

Coenen, ChristopherInstitute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis Within
Stieglitz, ThomasUniversity of Freiburg
17:20-17:40, Paper WeC1.2 
Cerebellar Control of Saccadic Adaptation Using a Spiking Neural Network Model Integrated into the Neurorobotics Platform

Junya Inoue, JunyaUniversity of Tuebingen
Antonietti, AlbertoPolitecnico Di Milano
Pedrocchi, AlessandraPolitecnico Di Milano
17:40-18:00, Paper WeC1.3 
Time Reversal Beamforming for Powering Ultrasonic Implants

Benedict, Braeden C.University of California, Berkeley
Ghanbari, Mohammad MerajUniversity of California, Berkeley
Faraji Alamouti, SinaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Ersumo, Nathan TessemaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Muller, RikkyUC Berkeley
18:00-18:20, Paper WeC1.4 
Neural Probe Utilizing Programmable Micro-Coil Magnetic Stimulation

Szoka, EdwardCornell University
Werth, JesseCornell University
Lee, SunwooCornell University
Lee, Jae-IkMassachusetts General Hospital
Cortese, AlejandroCornell University
Cleland, ThomasCornell University
Fried, ShelleyMassachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School
Molnar, AlyoshaCornell University
18:20-18:40, Paper WeC1.5 
Potential Effect of Endothelial Cell Signaling on Cerebral Blood Flow Response to Neural Activation

Ramin Pashaie, RaminFlorida Atlantic University
18:40-19:00, Paper WeC1.6 
Changes in Interpulse Spacing Changes Perception of Microstimulation in Human Somatosensory Cortex

Hughes, ChristopherUniversity of Pittsburgh
Gaunt, RobertUniversity of Pittsburgh
Non-Conventional Neurostimulation Minisymposium
Chair: Capogrosso, MarcoUniversity of Pittsburgh
17:00-17:20, Paper WeC2.1 
Analysis of Nonresonant Powering of Magnetoelectric Nanoparticles for Deep Brain Stimulation in Mice

Kumari, PrachiKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
Fossati, AriannaKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
Pavithra, GopinathKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
Avishek, SarbajnaKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
Kozielski, KristenKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
17:20-17:40, Paper WeC2.2 
A Computational Framework to Predict Ultrasound Neuromodulatory Effects across the Scales

Lemaire, ThéoSwiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)
Vicari, ElenaSwiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)
Montanaro, HazaelIT'IS Foundation for Research on Information Technologies in Soc
Neufeld, EsraFoundation for Research on Information Technologies in Society (
Micera, SilvestroScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
17:40-18:00, Paper WeC2.3 
Amplitude Modulated High-Frequency Stimulation Elicits Stochastic Axonal Spiking Activity

Barra, BeatriceUniversity of Fribourg
Paggi, ValentinaEPFL
Lacour, StéphanieEPFL
Capogrosso, MarcoUniversity of Pittsburgh
Fisher, LeeUniversity of Pittsburgh
18:00-18:20, Paper WeC2.4 
Amplitude-Modulated High Frequency Electric Field Stimulation of Hippocampal Gamma Oscillation in Vitro and in Silico Model

Esmaeilpour, zeinabCity College of New York (CCNY
Kronberg, GregCity College of New York
Reato, DavideCity College of New York, CUNY
Parra, Lucas C.City College of New York
Bikson, MaromThe City College of New York
18:20-18:40, Paper WeC2.5 
Neural Activation Profiles During Temporal Interference Stimulation

Mirzakhalili, EhsanUniversity of Michigan
Barra, BeatriceUniversity of Fribourg
Capogrosso, MarcoUniversity of Pittsburgh
Lempka, ScottUniversity of Michigan
Uncertainty Quantification for Simulations of Neuromodulation (UPDATE: WILL
NOW TAKE PLACE MAY 4, 17: 00-19: 00)
Chair: Brooks, DanaNortheastern University
17:00-17:20, Paper WeC3.1 
Efficient, Non-Intrusive Algorithms for Forward Propagation of Uncertainty in Neuromodulation Simulations

Narayan, AkilUniversity of Utah
Liu, ZexinUniversity of Utah
Rampersad, SumientraNortheastern University
Tate, JessUniversity of Utah
17:20-17:40, Paper WeC3.2 
Uncertainty Quantification for Robust TMS E-Field Dosimetry

luis gomez, luisPurdue University
Moritz dannhauer, MoritzDuke University
Hao Zhang, HaoDuke University
Dezhi Wang, DezhiDuke University
Johann Guilleminot, JohannDuke University
17:40-18:00, Paper WeC3.3 
Quantification of Uncertainty Due to Tissue Conductivity Variability in Simulations of Brain Stimulation

Rampersad, SumientraNortheastern University
Charlebois, ChantelUniversity of Utah
Tate, JessUniversity of Utah
MacLeod, RobUniveristy of Utah
Brooks, DanaNortheastern University
Narayan, AkilUniversity of Utah
18:00-18:20, Paper WeC3.4 
Maximum Likelihood Estimates of Activation During Deep Brain Stimulation to Assess Novel Technology

Butson, ChristopherUniversity of Florida
Janson, AndrewVanderbilt University
18:20-18:40, Paper WeC3.5 
UncertainSCI: A Tool for Uncertainty Quantification in Brain Simulation

Tate, JessUniversity of Utah
Liu, ZexinUniversity of Utah
Bergquist, JakeUniversity of Utah
Rampersad, SumientraNortheastern University
White, DanielUniversity of Utah
Charlebois, ChantelUniversity of Utah
Rupp, LindsayUniversity of Utah
Brooks, DanaNortheastern University
Narayan, AkilUniversity of Utah
MacLeod, RobUniveristy of Utah
Visual Prostheses Minisymposium
Chair: Ghezzi, DiegoÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne
17:00-17:20, Paper WeC4.1 
POLYRETINA: An Injectable, High-Density, Wide-Field and Photovoltaic Epi-Retinal Prosthesis

Ghezzi, DiegoÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne
17:20-17:40, Paper WeC4.2 
Optic Nerve Stimulation Via a Three-Dimensional Multilayer Concentric Bipolar Electrode Array

eleonora borda, eleonoraEPFL
Gaillet, VivienÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne
Airaghi Leccardi, Marta Jole IldelfonsaEPFL
Zollinger, ElodieEPFL
Ghezzi, DiegoÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne
17:40-18:00, Paper WeC4.3 
Towards a Micro-Based Cortical Visual Prosthesis

Fried, ShelleyMassachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School
Ryu, Sang BaekMassachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Datye, AdityaMassachusetts General Hospital
Nummenmaa, AapoMassachussetts General Hospital
Makarov, SergeyElectrical and Computer Engineering, Worcester PolytechnicInstit
Lee, Seung WooMassachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
18:00-18:20, Paper WeC4.4 
The Thalamic Visual Prosthesis

Pezaris, JohnMassachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
18:20-18:40, Paper WeC4.5 
A Cortical Visual Neuroprosthesis for the Blind Based on Intracortical Microelectrodes: Preliminary Trials in Humans

Fernandez, EduardoUniversidad Miguel Hernandez
18:40-19:00, Paper WeC4.6 
Challenges in Eye Movement Control in Cortical Visual Prosthesis

Caspi, AviJerusalem College of Technology
Gantz, LiatHadassah Academic College
Advanced Neurotechnologies for the Central and Peripheral Nervous System Minisymposium
Chair: Sarkar, DeblinaMassachusetts Institute of Technology
17:00-17:20, Paper WeC5.1 
Noninvasive Brain-Computer Interface Control of a Robot

He, BinCarnegie Mellon University
17:20-17:40, Paper WeC5.2 
Volume-Efficient CMOS Implantables for Neural Interfaces

Shepard, KennethColumbia University
17:40-18:00, Paper WeC5.3 
Parylene Implantable Microelectrode Neural Interfaces

Meng, EllisUniversity of Southern California
Scholten, KeeUniversity of Southern California
Song, DongUniversity of Southern California
18:00-18:20, Paper WeC5.4 
Fast, Multi-Channel Magnetogenetics

Robinson, Jacob T.Rice University
Neural Interfaces – Technologies, Materials and Discovery (NOTE: THIS
MINI-SYMPOSIUM WILL BE from 17: 00-20: 00 CET)
Chair: Gutruf, PhilippUniversity of Arizona
17:00-17:20, Paper WeC6.1 
Soft Neurotechnology for Neuroscience and Translational Research

Lacour, StéphanieEPFL
17:20-17:40, Paper WeC6.2 
New Frontiers for Wireless, Battery-Free and Fully Implantable Neuromodulation Tools: Transcranial Optogenetic Stimulation and Multimodal Operation in Freely Flying Animals

Gutruf, PhilippUniversity of Arizona
Poster Session - May 5 19: 00 - 20: 00 Poster Session
19:00-20:00, Subsession We2PO-01,
BCI-Brain Functional Imaging   Poster Session, 9 papers
19:00-20:00, Subsession We2PO-02,
Brain Physiology and Modeling - Neuron Modeling and Simulation   Poster Session, 6 papers
19:00-20:00, Subsession We2PO-03,
Human Performance - Part 1   Poster Session, 7 papers
19:00-20:00, Subsession We2PO-04,
Neural Interfaces - Computational Modeling and Simulation   Poster Session, 10 papers
19:00-20:00, Subsession We2PO-05,
Neurological Disorders - Stroke   Poster Session, 7 papers
19:00-20:00, Subsession We2PO-06,
Neuromuscular Systems   Poster Session, 12 papers
BCI-Brain Functional Imaging Poster Session
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-01.1 
Open EEG Datasets for Passive Brain-Computer Interface Applications: Lacks and Perspectives

Hinss, Marcel F.ISAE-SUPAERO
Somon, BertilleArtificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute, Toulouse
Dehais, FrédéricISAE
Roy, Raphaëlle N.CEA-LETI
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-01.2 
Heading for Motor Imagery Brain-Computer Interfaces (MI-BCIs) Usable Out-Of-The-Lab: Impact of Dry Electrode Setup on Classification Accuracy

Casso Echalar, Maria-IsabelISAE-SUPAERO
Jeunet, CamilleCNRS
Roy, Raphaëlle N.ISAE-SUPAERO
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-01.3 
Selection of Temporal Features for the Detection of Movement Intention in Patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Aliakbaryhosseinabadi, SusanThe Center for Sensory-Motor Intraction, Department of Health Sc
Dosen, StrahinjaAalborg University
Blicher, JakobCenter of Functionally Integrative Neuroscience (CFIN), Aarhus U
Mrachacz-Kersting, NatalieDepartment of Information Technology, University of Applied Scie
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-01.4 
A Comparison Study of Single and Multiple-Target Stimulation Methods for Eliciting Steady-State Visual Evoked Potentials

Xiao, ChuyangSwartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
Chiang, Kuan-JungUniversity of California San Diego
Nakanishi, MasakiUniversity of California San Diego
Jung, Tzyy-PingUniversity of California San Diego
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-01.5 
Comparison of Classification Accuracies between Different Brain Areas During a Two-Class Motor Imagery in a fNIRS Based BCI

Moslehi, Amir H.Queen's University
Davies, ClaireQueen's University
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-01.6 
Connectivity Modeling Meets Machine Learning: The Next Generation of EEG-Based Brain Computer Interfaces

Stival, FrancescaUniversity of Verona
Setti, FrancescoUniversity of Verona
Menegaz, GloriaUniversity of Verona
Storti, Silvia FrancescaUniversity of Verona
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-01.7 
Updating BCI Paradigms: Why to Design in Terms of the User?

Alonso-Valerdi, Luz MariaTecnologico De Monterrey
Mercado, Víctor RodrigoUniv Rennes, INSA, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-01.8 
Deep Real-Time Decoding of Bimanual Grip Force from EEG & FNIRS

Ortega, PabloImperial College
Zhao, TongImperial College
Faisal, A. AldoImperial College London
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-01.9 
HemCNN: Deep Learning Enables Decoding of fNIRS Cortical Signals in Hand Grip Motor Tasks

Ortega, PabloImperial College
Faisal, A. AldoImperial College London
Brain Physiology and Modeling - Neuron Modeling and Simulation Poster Session
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-02.1 
Implementation of the NucleoCortical Pathways Inside a Spiking Neural Network Model of Cerebellar Nuclei

Grillo, MassimoPolitecnico Di Milano
Geminiani, AlicePolitecnico Di Milano
Antonietti, AlbertoPolitecnico Di Milano
D'Angelo, EgidioUniversity of Pavia
Pedrocchi, AlessandraPolitecnico Di Milano
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-02.2 
Assessing Pattern Recognition Performance of Neuronal Cultures through Accurate Simulation

Lagani, GabrieleUniversity of Pisa
Mazziotti, RaffaeleCNR Pisa
Falchi, FabrizioCNR Pisa
Gennaro, ClaudioCNR Pisa
Cicchini, Guido MarcoCNR
Pizzorusso, TommasoUniversity of Florence
Cremisi, FedericoScuola Normale Superiore, Pisa
Amato, GiuseppeCNR Pisa
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-02.3 
Trade Off between Accuracy and Computational Cost of Euler and Runge Kutta ODE Solvers for the Izhikevich Spiking Neuron Model

de Alteriis, GiuseppeScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Oddo, Calogero MariaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-02.4 
Decomposition of a Neural Spike Using a Two Pulse Synthesis Model

Chakraborty, AyanIndian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Panda, SashmitaIndian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur
Mandal, RituparnaIndian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Ganguly, ChittotoshIIT Kharagpur
CHAKRABARTI, SASWATIndian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-02.5 
Multi-Platform Simulations Facilitate Interdisciplinary Neuroscience in the Undergraduate Classroom

Donley, DavidHarding University
Chen, ZiaoUniversity of Missouri, Columbia
Bergin, DavidUniversity of Missouri
Schulz, DavidUniversity of Missouri-Columbia
Nair, SatishUniversity of Missouri
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-02.6 
A Simple Table-Top Technique for Multi-Signal Pseudo-Extracellular Recording

Niemiec, MartinUniversity of Connecticut
Martin Han, MartinUniversity of Connecticut
Human Performance - Part 1 Poster Session
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-03.1 
Quantifying Neural Processing Changes During an Auditory Oddball Task under Hypoxia Using Electroencephalography

Yuditskaya, SophiaMIT Lincoln Laboratory
Williamson, JamesMIT Lincoln Laboratory
Ciccarelli, GregoryMIT Lincoln Laboratory
Blacker, KaraUS Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU), Dayton, OH
Funke, MatthewTiER1, Covington, KY
Telfer, BrianMIT Lincoln Laboratory
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-03.2 
A Segmented Forearm Model of Hand Pronation-Supination Approximates Joint Moments for Real Time Applications

Yough, MatthewWest Virginia University
Hardesty, RussellNational Center for Adaptive Neurotechnologies/Stratton VA Medic
Yakovenko, SergiyWest Virginia University
Gritsenko, ValeriyaWest Virginia University
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-03.3 
EEG-Based Cognitive Workload Monitoring During Virtual Reality Game Play

Yide, LiKU Leuven
Pergher, ValentinaHarvard University
Van Hulle, MarcK.U.Leuven
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-03.4 
A Mechatronic Platform for Investigating Active Tactile Perception

Pazzaglia, AlessandroScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Di Salvo, GiuliaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Ballanti, SaraScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
D'Alesio, GiacomoScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Terruso, GiuseppeScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Camboni, DomenicoScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Carrozza, Maria ChiaraScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Mannini, AndreaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Mazzoni, AlbertoThe BioRobotics Institute and Department of Excellence in Roboti
Massari, LucaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Oddo, Calogero MariaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-03.5 
Classification of Task-Specific Confidence from Kinematic Features

Waters, EricaUniversity of Tennessee
Wade, EricCalifornia Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-03.6 
A Low-Cost VR System for Studying Unconstrained Throwing

De Pasquale, PaoloUniversity of Messina
Russo, MartaPolyclinic Tor Vergata, Department of Neuromotor Physiology Fond
Maselli, AntonellaInstitute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, CNR, Rome, Ita
Borzelli, DanieleUniversity of Messina
Lacquaniti, FrancescoDepartment of Neuromotor Physiology Fondazione Santa Lucia IRCCS
d'Avella, AndreaUniversity of Messina
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-03.7 
Automatic Gait Detection in MCDT Using a Hybrid System

Sorrentino, AlessandraScuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa
Mancioppi, GianmariaScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Riener, RobertETH and University Zurich
Cavallo, FilippoUniversity of Florence
Neural Interfaces - Computational Modeling and Simulation Poster Session
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.1 
Interferential Current Stimulation for Non-Invasive Somatotopic Sensory Feedback for Upper-Limb Prosthesis: Simulation Results Using a Computable Human Phantom

Jabban, LeenUniversity of Bath
Zhang, DingguoUniversity of Bath
Metcalfe, Benjamin WilliamUniversity of Bath
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.2 
Electrical Stimulation of the Human Median Nerve: A Comparison between Anatomical and Simplified Simulation Models

STEFANO, MattiaResearch Unit of Advanced Robotics and Human-Centred Technologie
Cordella, FrancescaUniversity of Campus Bio-Medico of Rome
Li Gioi, Salvatore MariaResearch Unit of Advanced Robotics and Human-Centred Technologie
Zollo, LoredanaUniversitŕ Campus Bio-Medico
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.3 
A Computational Approach to Enhance Control of Tactile Properties Evoked by Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Tebcherani, TanyaCase Western Reserve University
Loparo, KennethCase Western Reserve University
Kaffashi, FarhadCWRU
Tyler, DustinCase Western Reserve University
Graczyk, EmilyCase Western Reserve University
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.4 
Inferring Morphology of a Neocortical Neuron from in Vivo LFP Data

Chen, ZiaoUniversity of Missouri, Columbia
Dopp, DanielUniversity of Missouri
Headley, DrewRutgers University, Newark
Nair, SatishUniversity of Missouri
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.5 
PNS-GAN: Conditional Generation of Peripheral Nerve Signals in the Wavelet Domain Via Adversarial Networks

Tessier-Lariviere, OlivierMila
Prince, Luke YuriMila
Fortier-Poisson, PascalBIOS Health
Wernisch, LorenzBIOS Health
Hewage, EmilBIOS Health
Armitage, OliverBIOS Health
Lajoie, GuillaumeMila
Blake Richards, BlakeMila
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.6 
A Robust and Automated Algorithm That Uses Single-Channel Spike Sorting to Label Multi-Channel Neuropixels Data

Zhang, ZhengImperial College London
Constandinou, TimothyImperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.7 
Modeling Sensory Adaptation to Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Kljajic, JelenaSchool of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Valle, GiacomoETH Zurich
Stanisa Raspopovic, StanisaETH Zurich
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.8 
Explainable AI for Retinal Prostheses: Predicting Electrode Deactivation from Routine Clinical Measures

Hu, ZuyingUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Beyeler, MichaelUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.9 
Generative Adversarial Network-Based Synthetic Seizure Dataset Augmentation

Guan, YushiUniversity of Toronto
Koerner, JamieUniversity of Toronto
Valiante, Taufik A.University of Toronto
Genov, RomanUniversity of Toronto
O Leary, GerardUniversity of Toronto
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-04.10 
Model of the Generation of the Amygdala Theta Rhythm

Banks, TylerUniversity of Missouri
Tuna, TugceBogazici University
Pete Canfield, PeteUniversity of Missouri
Unal, GunesBogazici University
Nair, SatishUniversity of Missouri
Neurological Disorders - Stroke Poster Session
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-05.1 
On the Assessment of Unilateral Spatial Neglect Via Digital Tests

Ferraro, FedericaUniversitŕ Degli Studi Di Genova
Trombini, MarcoUniversitŕ Degli Studi Di Genova
Truffelli, RominaStruttura Complessa Recupero E Rieducazione Funzionale, La Colle
Simonini, MarinaStruttura Complessa Recupero E Rieducazione Funzionale, La Colle
Dellepiane, SilvanaUniversitŕ Degli Studi Di Genova
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-05.2 
Decoding Resting-State EEG to Predict Visual Field Defect withConvolutional Neural Network in Stroke

XU, JIAHUAOtto Von Guericke University Magdeburg
WU, ZhengOtto Von Guericke University Magdeburg
Nürnberger, AndreasOtto Von Guericke University Magdeburg
Bernhard A., SabelOtto Von Guericke University Magdeburg
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-05.3 
Does Dose Matter in Upper Limb Therapy of Stroke Patients in the Acute Phase? a Preliminary Systematic Review

Bowman, ThomasIRCCS Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi ONLUS, Milan, Italy; the BioR
Perovic, GojkoThe BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Sorriento, AngelaThe BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Carrozza, Maria ChiaraScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Riener, RobertETH and University Zurich
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-05.4 
Preliminary Design of an Assistive Shoulder and Elbow Exoskeleton for Stroke Patients Performing Activities of Daily Living

Tiseni, LucaSant'Anna School of Advanced Studies
Porcini, FrancescoScuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Masia, LorenzoHeidelberg University
Frisoli, AntonioSSSUP
Riener, RobertETH and University Zurich
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-05.5 
Optimizing the Level of Challenge in Stroke Rehabilitation Using Iterative Learning Control: A Simulation

Noble, Sandra-CarinaMaynooth University
Ward, TomasDublin City University
Ringwood, JohnMaynooth University
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-05.6 
EEG Non-Stationarity across Multiple Sessions During a Motor Imagery-BCI Intervention: Two Post Stroke Case Series

Astrand, ElaineMälardalen University
Plantin, JeanetteDepartment of Clinical Sciences, Danderyd Hospital, Karolinska I
Palmcrantz, SusanneDepartment of Clinical Sciences, Danderyd Hospital, Karolinska I
Tidare, JonatanMälardalens Högskola
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-05.7 
Empirical Relationship between Neurophysiological Signals and Perception of Agency During a Virtual Reality Grasp Task

LaGrassa, EdwardStevens Institute of Technology
Sanford, SeanStevens Institute of Tech
Liu, MingxiaoStevens Institute of Technology
Nataraj, RavirajCase Western Reserve University
Neuromuscular Systems Poster Session
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-06.1 
Theoretical Evidence Supporting Harmonic Reaching Trajectories

Tiseo, CarloUniversity of Edinburgh
Charitos, SydneyThe University of Edinburgh
Mistry, MichaelSchool of Informatics of the University of Edingburgh
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-06.2 
Real-Time Neuromusculoskeletal Model for Myoelectric Control of Ankle Prosthesis

Verma, NikhilCarnegie Mellon Univeristy
Javidi, MehrdadCarnegie Mellon University
Douglas Weber, DouglasCarnegie Mellon University
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-06.3 
Anterior-Posterior Center of Pressure Analysis for the DIP/VIP Balance Maintenance Model: Formalization and Preliminary Results

Tigrini, AndreaUniversitŕ Politecnica Delle Marche
Mengarelli, AlessandroUniversitŕ Politecnica Delle Marche
Fioretti, SandroUniversitŕ Politecnica Delle Marche
Verdini, FedericaUniversitŕ Politecnica Delle Marche
19:00-20:00, Paper We2PO-06.4 
Comparison of Controller's Performance for a Knee Joint Model Based on Functional Electrical Stimulation Input

Lira de Almeida Neto, DomingosSantos Dumont Institute
Oliveira de Azevedo Dantas, André FelipeEdmond and Lily Safra International Institute of Neuroscience
Fernandes de Almeida, TúlioEdmond and Lily Safra International Institute of Neuroscience
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