Session Detail


016.Brain-Machine Interface.
Nanosymposium
Saturday, Nov 09, 2013, 1:00 PM - 3:15 PM
5B
Chair:
Gabriel Silva

16.01. Anatomical, temporal, and spectral parameter characterization of human electrocorticographic signals for sleep and wake state detection in brain computer interface applications
*M. PAHWA1, M. KUSNER2, C. D. HACKER1,3, S. K. BANDT4, D. T. BUNDY1, K. WEINBERGER2, E. C. LEUTHARDT1,4;
1Dept. of Biomed. Engin., 2Dept. of Computer Sci., 3Sch. of Med., 4Dept. of Neurolog. Surgery, Washington Univ., Saint Louis, MO
16.02. Optoelectronic silicon nanowires for high-resolution neurostimulation In vivo and In vitro
*M. L. KHRAICHE1,2, S. HA1, W. FREEMAN2, G. CAUWENBERGHS1, G. SILVA1,2;
1UCSD, San Diego, CA; 2Dept. of Ophthalmology, San Diego, CA
16.03. Highly customizable neural micro molded arrays
A. HOGAN1, *R. BHANDARI1, X. XIE2, F. SOLZBACHER2, S. NEGI2;
1Blackrock Microsystems, Salt Lake City, UT; 2Univ. of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
16.04. A practical, intuitive brain-computer interface for communicating a "yes" or "no" by listening
*J. HILL, E. RICCI, S. HAIDER, L. MCCANE, S. HECKMAN, J. R. WOLPAW, T. VAUGHAN;
Wadsworth Center, New York State Dept. of Hlth., Albany, NY
16.05. Cortical adaptation during electrocorticographic brain-machine interface skill acquisition
*A. D. DEGENHART1,4, E. C. TYLER-KABARA2, J. L. COLLINGER1,5, M. L. BONINGER1,5, W. WANG3,4;
2Neurolog. Surgery, 3Physical Med. and Rehabil., 1Univ. Pittsburgh, PITTSBURGH, PA; 4Ctr. for the Neural Basis of Cognition, Pittsburgh, PA; 5Human Engin. Res. Labs., DVA, Pittsburgh, PA
16.06. Mind-body awareness training in the initial learning of a sensorimotor rythm based brain-computer interface
*K. E. CASSADY, A. J. DOUD, B. HE;
Biomed. Engin., Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
16.07. Cortical stimulation triggered from cycles of ECoG oscillations produces subsequent changes in effective intracortical connectivity in monkeys
*S. ZANOS1, I. REMBADO2, O. ROBINSON1, R. SCHAEFER1, E. FETZ1;
1Univerisity of Washington, Seattle, WA; 2Robotics, Brain and Cognitive Sci., Inst. Italiano di Tecnologia, Genova, Italy
16.08. Longevity of the neurotrophic electrode in humans
*P. R. KENNEDY1, R. A. E. BAKAY2, A. J. CERVANTES3;
1Neural Prosthetics, Neural Signals Inc, Duluth, GA; 2Neurosurg., Rush Med. Ctr., Chicago, IL; 3Neurosurg., Belize Healthcare PArtners Med. Ctr., Belize City, Belize
16.09. Fascicle-specific placement of mf-life arrays for nerve-machine interface
*S. VASUDEVAN1,2, B. R. BOTTERMAN2, J. CHENG2, E. W. KEEFER3;
1Univ. of Texas At Arlington, Arlington, TX; 2Univ. of Texas Southwestern Med. Ctr., Dallas, TX; 3Plexon Inc., Dallas, TX
 


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