March 3, 2022 (Melbourne time)

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Brain-computer interface technologies are becoming more and more popular because they open up many new human-centered research opportunities. International tech giants are also throwing themselves into the BCI field along with a lot of money. But what is happening in Australia regarding brain-interfacing technologies? There are many labs striving to find new applications to make a difference on the market.

g.tec has invited the best Australian BCI researchers to present you the most exciting R&D that is currently happening in Australia. Don’t miss this chance to learn new and future applications of brain-computer interfaces and acquire insights into the know-how and techniques of our speakers.


9:00-10:00 Current and future applications of brain-computer interfaces
Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH

10:00-11:00 Biomedical engineering BCI research at the University of Melbourne
David Grayden, University of Melbourne

11:00-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-12:15 SSVEP based BCIs
Jing Mu, University of Melbourne

12:15-13:00 recoveriX based closed-loop stroke rehabilitation
Christy Li, g.tec neurotechnology Hong Kong

13.00-13.30 Lunch break

13:30-14:30 cortiQ- High gamma mapping and cortico-cortical evoked potentials
Christoph Kapeller, g.tec medical engineering GmbH

14:30-15:30 Decoding neural signals using the Stentrode
Sam John, University of Melbourne

15:30-15:45 Coffee break

15:45-16:45 Brain speech and intracranial BCIs
Farhad Goodarzy, University of Melbourne

16:45-17:45 Machine Learning for BCI decoding
Andi Partovi, KeyLead Health

17:45-18:15 Wireless EEG and fNIRS
Christy Li, g.tec neurotechnology Hong Kong