ECoG Masterclass | g.tec medical engineering GmbH

ECoG MASTERCLASS 2023 at OHBM, Montreal, Canada

September 26, 2023, 08:00-19:00 (Eastern Time)

Join us as we dive into the realm of cutting-edge electrocorticography (ECoG), stereo EEG and functional brain mapping research.



Welcome to an extraordinary journey into the fascinating world of Electrocorticography (ECoG) Masterclass! In this exclusive program, we will delve deep into the realms of neuroscience, neurotechnology, and medical breakthroughs. Our masterclass is a unique opportunity to explore specialized topics that are at the forefront of ECoG research. From unraveling the rhythmic entertainment in cortical dynamics to deciphering the complexities of natural speech perception and production, we’ll traverse the spectrum of cognitive mysteries.

But that’s not all – our journey will also take us into Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI), where the boundaries between mind and machine blur, and functional mapping techniques that unlock the secrets of the brain’s inner workings. Furthermore, we’ll venture into the world of rapid cortical mapping in epilepsy patients, where our understanding can make a life-changing difference.

Prepare to be inspired, enlightened, and empowered as we bring together leading experts, innovative methodologies, and cutting-edge technology.



08:00-09:00 • Movement-associated changes in ECoG
Dr. Kai Miller, Mayo Clinic

09:00-10:00 • Understanding natural speech perception and production in children and adolescents using intracranial recordings
Dr. Liberty Hamilton, University of Texas at Austin

10:00-11:00 • ECoG & CCEP guided surgery
Dr. Kyousuke Kamada, Megumino Hospital

11:00-12:00 • BCIs with the ECoG and high-gamma
Dr. Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH

12:00-13:00 • Dynamic tractography: a frontier of intracranial EEG-based neuroimaging
Dr. Eishi Asano, Wayne State University

13:00-14:00 • Rapid cortical functional mapping in epilepsy patients
Dr. Christoph Kapeller, g.tec medical engineering GmbH

14:00-15:00 • Functional mapping with ECoG
Dr. Peter Brunner, Washington University School of Medicine

15:00-16:00 • Optimizing open-loop and closed-loop brain stimulation procedures
Johannes Grünwald, g.tec medical engineering GmbH

16:00-17:00 • The evolution of ECoG applications: from functional mapping to dream decoding
Dr. Milena Korostenskaja, Taisija Demchenko, The Institute of Neuroapproach

17:00-18:00 • Invasive functional brain mapping in pediatric epilepsy surgery with stereo EEG in clinical practice: advantages of ECOG-based mapping (with high gamma frequency mapping)
Dr. Masanori Takeoka, Boston Children’s Hospital 

18:00-19:00 • Epilepsy and tumor from a clinical perspective
Dr. Adam Hebb, Colorado Permanente Medical Group