BCI & Neurotech Masterclass Baltic Region 1.0 | g.tec medical engineering GmbH


November 26, 2022, 09:00-17:30  (Vilnius Local time – UTC+2)

Simply turn on your PC and get direct access to some of the most renowned national institutions and scientists in the Baltic states. 




The development of brain-computer interface technologies and connecting the brain to computers and robots via a non-muscular pathway has made a huge difference in various fields such as rehabilitation, robotics, or even art. Nowadays, BCI technology is getting noticed more and more by the international tech giants around the world, making them interested in dedicating their budgets and funding to develop this ever-growing technology.

g.tec has invited some of the best BCI researchers of the Baltic states to present their R&D achievements and introduce their latest BCI applications. Don’t miss this chance to learn new applications of brain-computer interfaces and gain insight into the nitty-gritty of the new techniques introduced by our speakers.



09:00-10:00 Current and future applications of BCIs 
Dr. Rupert Ortner – g.tec medical engineering GmbH

10:00-10:30 “Neuropotential” in Lithuania
Prof. Osvaldas Ruksenas – Vilnius University

10:30-10:45 The effect of anaesthesia on auditory steady-state response in mice
Urtė Jašinskytė – Vilnius University

10:45-11:45 cortiQ – functional mapping and cortico-cortical potentials
Dr. Christoph Kapeller – g.tec medical Engineering GmbH

11:45-12:00 EEG study of mental fatigue regarding long-term usage of volumetric multiplanar display (Poster presentation nominated by Lithuanian Neuroscience Association) 
Mehrdad Naderi – University of Latvia

12:00-12:30 Facilitating neurotechnology projects development through teaching
Prof. Milena Korostenskaja – Vilnius University

12:30-12:45 Towards the BCI system for treatment of people with alcohol use disorder
Gajane Mikalkeniene – Republican Vilnius psychiatric hospital

12:45-13:00 A study on detection of frustration threshold using EEG-based Brain-Machine Interface
Svetlana Blashchuk – Vilnius University

13:00 – 13:30 Neurotechnologies: Towards dream recording
  Taisija Demchenko – Vilnius University

13:30-13:45 Determining individual gamma frequency through chirp-based auditory stimulation (Poster presentation nominated by Lithuanian Neuroscience Association) 
Aurimas Mockevicius – Vilnius University

13:45-14:45 EBRAINS – the digital infrastructure at the interface of neuroscience and technology in Europe
Prof. Aušra Saudargiene & Prof. Viktor Jirsa & Thibault Griez

14:45-15:15 The future is interdisciplinary? Systems biology at Vilnius university
Dr. Audrone Jakaitiene – Vilnius University

15:15-16:00 g.Pangolin – Ultra high-density EEG, EMG and ECG
Slobodan Tanackovic, g.tec medical engineering gmbH

16:00-16:15 Investigation of the effect of cannabinol on sleep in rats using electrocorticography – a pilot study (Poster presentation nominated by Lithuanian Neuroscience Association)
Martynas Arbaciauskas – Vilnius University

16:15-16:45 Brain-Computer Interfaces for non-clinical (Home, Sports, Art, Entertainment, Education, Well-Being) applications
Dr. Aleksander Vljamae – Tallinn University

16:45-17:15 How to use the Unicorn Education Kit in your curriculum and join the Hackathons?
Michael Schwarzgruber – g.tec medical engineering GmbH