September 13, 2022, 08:00-18:00 (EST US)

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


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. There are many labs around the world which are attempting to introduce new applications of BCI and make a difference in this field; and the BCI labs of Florida are of no exception.

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


08:00-09:00 Current and future applications of BCIs
Dr. Christoph Guger (g.tec medical engineering GmbH)

09:00-10:00 An artistic brain-computer interface approach to improve attention retention

Dr. Marvin Andujar (University of South Florida)

10:00-11:00 Brain stimulation – From functional mapping to closed-loop neuromodulation
Johannes Grünwald (g.tec medical engineering GmbH)

11:00-12:00 Closed-loop deep brain stimulation for the improved treatment of essential tremor
  Dr. Aysegul Gunduz (University of Florida)    

12:00-13:00 High-gamma mapping with ECoG
Dr. Christoph Kapeller (g.tec medical engineering GmbH)

13:00-14:00 Closing the loop for pain: use of EEG
Dr. Ilknur Telkes (Florida Atlantic University)

14:00-15:00 Resolving the mesoscopic missing link: Biophysical modeling of EEG from cortical columns in primates
Dr. Jorge Riera Diaz (Florida International University)

15:00-16:00 Embodied biological computers: applications in sensorimotor integration for dextrous artificial hands
Dr. Craig Ades (Florida Atlantic University)

16:00-17:00 BCIs for upper extremity motor rehabilitation in patients post-stroke: evidence-based recommendations for clinical protocol development
Dr. Milena Korostenskaja (The Institute of Neuroapproaches, Winter Springs, Florida)

17:00-18:00 recoveriX – closed loop stroke rehabiliation
Fan Cao, MRes (g.tec neurotechnology USA, Inc.)