September 10–11, 2019 

Ars Electronica Center Linz, Austia

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3rd Brain-Computer Interface and Neurotechnology 
Meeting 2019

Stroke Rehabilitation & Coma Assessment

at Sky Loft, Ars Electronica Center Linz, Austria

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The Brain-Computer Interface Conference and Neurotechnology Meeting 2019 brings together Neurologists and therapists who will present their experiences, ideas, methods, results, and future visions with brain-computer interfaces and neurotechnologies for rehabilitation of motor disabilities of e.g. stroke patients and the assessment of patients who suffer from locked-in syndrome, unresponsive wakefulness or coma.

 

This annual meeting shows state-of-the art research and development of brain-computer interfaces and neurotechnology for rehabilitation, assessment and training for patients with stroke or disorders of consciousness.

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SPEAKERS

 

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Christoph Guger, phd

CEO
g.tec medical engineering

 

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Sarah Breinbauer, MA

Marketing
g.tec medical engineering GmbH, Austria

 

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Marc Sebastian, PT

Physiotherapist
recoveriX Flagship Gym Barcelona

 

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Jing Jin, phd

Neuroscientist
East China University, China

 

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Tim von oertzen, MD, phd

Neurologist
Kepler University Hospital Linz, Austria

 

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Nadav Schechter

Head of
recoveriX Gym Raanana, Israel

 

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Nensi Murovec, MSc

Research and Therapy
g.tec medical engineering GmbH, Austria

 

 

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Rossella spataro, md, phd

Neurologist
IRCCS Centro Neurolesi Bonino Pulejo University of Palermo, Italy

 

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Steven laureys, MD, phd

Neurologist
University of Liège, Belgium

 

 

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Tam brumback

Therapist
Kahala Nui Retirement Home, Hawaii

 

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Vivek Prabhakaran, MD, PHD

Neurologist
University of Wisconsin, USA

 

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Alexander Grigoryan, MSC

Neuroscientist
Max Planck Institute, Germany

 

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PROGRAM

 

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

 

9:00–9:30 | Welcome
Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH, Austria

9:30–10:00 | Brain-computer interfaces for stroke rehabilitation
Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH, Austria

10:15–11:00 | How to run recoveriX
Marc Sebastian, Physiotherapist at recoveriX Flagship Gym Barcelona

11:15–12:00 | What can cause a stroke and stroke rehabilitation with acute, sub-acute and chronic patients
Tim J. von Oertzen, Neurologist at Kepler University Hospital Linz, Austria

12:15–13:00 | Stroke rehabilitation with BCI and fMRI validation
Vivek Prabhakaran, University of Wisconsin, USA


13:00–14:00 | Lunch


14:00–14:45 | Early experience with rehabilitative EEG-BCI in children
Adam Kirton, Alberta Health Center, Canada

15:00–15:45 | BCI for the assessment, prediction, communication and rehabilitation of patients with disorders of consciousness
Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH Austria

16:00–16:45 | How to run mindBEAGLE
Nensi Murovec, Therapist at mindBEAGLE Assessment Center Schiedlberg

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

 

9:15–10:00 | New BCI paradigms for stroke patients applied in Shanghai
Jing Jin, Neuroscientist at East China University, China

10:15–11:00 | Brain assessment parameters for stroke
Marc Sebastian, Physiotherapist at recoveriX Flagship Gym Barcelona

11:15–11:30 | recoveriX gym opening event as a marketing tool
Sarah Breinbauer, Head of Marketing at g.tec medical engineering

11:30–11:45 | recoveriX treatment in an elderly home care center
Tam Brumback, Therapist at Kahala Nui, Honolulu, Hawaii

11:45–12:00 | BCI training experience with chronic patients in Israel
Nadav Schechter, Head of recoveriX Gym Raanana, Israel

12:15–13:00 | Neural correlates of BCI-based post-stroke motor rehabilitation
Alexander Grigoryan, Neuroscientist at Max Planck Institute, Germany

 

13:00–14:00 | Lunch

 

14:00–14:45 | How to assess LIS and CLIS patients with BCIs
Rossella Spataro, MD, Neurologist, IRCCS Centro Neurolesi Bonino Pulejo, University of Palermo, Italy

15:00–15:45 | Vibro-tactile rehabilitation protocol for patients with disorders of consciousness
Nensi Murovec, Therapist at recoveriX Flagship Gym Schiedlberg

16:00–16:45 | How new technologies improve the care of severly brain damaged patients
Steven Laureys, Neurologist at University of Liège, Belgium

 

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TARGET GROUPS

Physiotherapists, Occupational therapists,
Neurofeedback therapists, Neurologists,
Neurosurgeons, Physicians,
Neurorehabilitation professionals

DATE September 10–11, 2019
VENUE

Skyloft at Ars Electronica Center (3rd floor)

PARTICIPANTS max. 200 participants
PRICE 112 EUR
TICKETS Eventbrite