3rd Neurotechnology for Stroke Rehabilitation and Coma Assessment Meeting 2019

from Tuesday, September 10, 2019 2:00AM to Tuesday, September 10, 2019 10:00AM

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3rd Neurotechnology Meeting for Stroke Rehabilitation & Coma Assessment 2019 September 10-11, 2019 at Ars Electronica Center Linz, Austria The 3rd Neurotechnology Meeting for Stroke Rehabilitation & Coma Assessment 2019 brings together neurologists, researchers 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. Tuesday September 10, 2019 9:00–9:30 | WelcomeChristoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH, Austria 9:30–10:00 | Brain-computer interfaces for stroke rehabilitationChristoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH, Austria 10:15–11:00 | How to run recoveriXMarc Sebastian, Physiotherapist at recoveriX Flagship Gym Barcelona 11:15–12:00 | What can cause a stroke and stroke rehabilitation with acute, subacute and chronic patientsTim J. von Oertzen, Neurologist at Kepler University Hospital Linz, Austria 12:15–13:00 | Stroke rehabilitation with BCI and fMRI validationVivek Prabhakaran, University of Wisconsin, USA 13:00–14:00 | Lunch 14:00–14:45 | Early experience with rehabilitative EEG-BCI in childrenEphrem Zwedie, Zeanna Jadavji, Alberta Children's Hospital, Canada 15:00–15:45 | BCI for the assessment, prediction, communication and rehabilitation of patients with disorders of consciousnessChristoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH Austria 16:00–16:45 | How to run mindBEAGLENensi Murovec, Therapist at mindBEAGLE Assessment Center Schiedlberg 17:00–17:30 | How new technologies improve the care of severly brain damaged patientsSteven Laureys, Neurologist at University of Liège, Belgium Wednesday September 11, 2019 9:15–10:00 | New BCI paradigms for stroke patients applied in ShanghaiJing Jin, Neuroscientist at East China University, China 10:15–11:00 | Brain assessment parameters for strokeMarc Sebastian, Physiotherapist at recoveriX Flagship Gym Barcelona 11:15–11:30 | recoveriX gym opening event as a marketing toolSarah Breinbauer, Head of Marketing at g.tec medical engineering 11:30–11:45 | recoveriX treatment in an elderly home care centerTam Brumback, Therapist at Kahala Nui, Honolulu, Hawaii 11:45–12:00 | BCI training experience with chronic patients in IsraelNadav Schechter, Head of recoveriX Gym Raanana, Israel 12:15–13:00 | Neural correlates of BCI-based post-stroke motor rehabilitationAlexander Grigoryan, Neuroscientist at Max Planck Institute, Germany   13:00–14:00 | Lunch   14:00–14:45 | How to assess LIS and CLIS patients with BCIsRossella Spataro, MD, Neurologist at University of Palermo, Italy 15:00–15:45 | Vibro-tactile rehabilitation protocol for patients with disorders of consciousnessNensi Murovec, Therapist at recoveriX Flagship Gym Schiedlberg 16:00–16:45 | BCI-based stroke rehabilitation in FinlandVille Tuominen, Fysioline Oy, Finland  
Ars Electronica Center
Ars-Electronica-Straße 1 Linz Oberösterreich AT


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