Brain-computer interface workshop at KU

 by Jon

We are hosting a workshop on brain-computer interfaces on June 26, 2014 featuring presentations on the current state of BCI research and clinical implications, as well as a live demonstration of EEG-based BCIs for communication.

Thursday, June 26, 2014
9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Commons

Refreshment will be served – registration requested

We will begin the workshop with an introduction to brain-computer interfaces by g.tec CEO Christoph Guger, Ph.D. and presentations on current research at KU by Jonathan Brumberg, Ph.D and translational / clinical applications by keynote speaker Melanie Fried-Oken, Ph.D., CCC/SP. A hands-on live BCI demonstration will follow.

This workshop will introduce the techniques involved in brain-computer interfacing, and facilitate discussion for the best use of these technologies in practical & clinical applications. The workshop is open to the public, and is designed with a diverse group of attendees in mind including faculty, clinicians, researchers, students and the university community with interests in assistive technology, neuroscience, engineering, and speech and language science.

All are welcome to attend though we request you complete the attached registration form and reply to

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