g.tec developed a system for rapid functional mapping of the cortex using the electrocorticogram (ECoG).
The system generates a personalized functional map of the cerebral cortex and can be operated
at the patient's bedside. It easily integrates with your existing clinical monitoring system and
uses a brain-mapping system that works in real-time.
Added by Armin Schnürer on April 8, 2013 at 8:43am — No Comments
BCI Award deadline extension: New submission deadline is April 13, 2013
Submit a 2 page description of your work NOW.
Read more: www.bci-award.com
Added by Armin Schnürer on March 26, 2013 at 7:29am — No Comments
The P450 cytochrome CYP2D6 enzyme is commonly used for metabolizing common psychotropic drugs. To understand the dynamics of this and other enzymes, clinicians have the Roche Amplichip as a tool. It had been approved by the FDA in 2004. See the two articles:…Continue
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The submission deadline for the BCI Award 2013 comes closer - it is March, 30th 2013! Submit your 2 page description now and win the prize!
The International Annual BCI Award, endowed with 3,000 USD, is one of the top accolades in BCI research. The Award was created to recognize outstanding and innovative research in the field of Brain-Computer Interfaces. The Award is open to any brain-computer interface research worldwide and an international jury of top BCI researchers…Continue
Added by Armin Schnürer on March 18, 2013 at 9:13am — No Comments
Euronews shows new developments from g.tec, especially technology developed within the European research project BrainAble.
Check it ou!
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I have a blog on Wordpress about various neuroscience topics like chaos, modeling, and even why I love computational neuroscience. These are some of my former posts:Continue
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Despite the invention of planes, trains, and automobiles (not to mention grants), no one can attend every scientific conference. Want to live blog an upcoming meeting and post your feedback for your colleagues who couldn't attend? We'd like to see your comments on workshops, symposia, and posters (even your pictures)!
Or, if you’d like to write/cross-post a general neuroscience blog, or simply add commentary on articles published, novel findings etc., we’d be happy to feature your…Continue
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We are pleased to announce that The 12th Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop will be held in London between the 8-10th February 2013 at the Gordon Museum in London. This workshop helps scientists to develop and optimise strategies for DTI datasets acquisition, analysis, tractography as well as advanced spherical deconvolution tractography.
The number of participants is very limited for personal 1:1 tutoring.
The participants will be able to work on their…
Added by Michel Thiebaut de Schotten on January 14, 2013 at 3:18pm — No Comments
g.tec performed initial tests with robotic feedback. A motor imagery based Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is presented that is linked to a rehebilitation robot.
The BCI system is used to measure the activation of the sensorimotor cortex to control external supporting robotic devices such as exoskeletons or orthotic devices. The robotic device has the purpose to move the limbs of the patient and this activates again the sensorimotor cortex. The activation can be seen as ERD/ERS changes…Continue
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We offer you an overview of the top cited articles and the most widely discussed articles in the social web from our Neurosciences journals: The NeuroStars!
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Added by Martijn Roelandse on December 11, 2012 at 7:24am — No Comments
A tactile P300 communication tool was developed and tested on a group of twelve healthy users.
Read more: http://www.gtec.at/Download#n163
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Send your 2-page description to firstname.lastname@example.org !!!
The 2013 jury is:
-Theresa Vaughan (chair of the jury 2013),
-Surjo Soekadar (winner 2012)
Added by Armin Schnürer on November 27, 2012 at 3:12am — No Comments
This year the International School of Clinical Neuroanatomy aims to provide a broad platform to clinical neuroscientists interested in the neuroanatomy of the limbic system. We intend to capitalise on animal…Continue
Added by Michel Thiebaut de Schotten on November 19, 2012 at 2:02pm — No Comments
A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is an interface between the human brain and a computer. It allows to control a computer and according to this any other device withouth manual interaction! You just use your thoughts instead of mouse and keyboard.Therefore the user’s brainwaves (EEG – Electroencephalogram) are measured and processed in real-time.
The g.tec Brain-Computer Interfaces work very well for a single person. As if that were not enough, g.tec went one step further and…Continue
Added by Armin Schnürer on November 5, 2012 at 2:50am — No Comments
A reminder that our 20% book discount is still valid through November 17th. Visit http://www.springer.com/sfn to see our full title list and order today.
Added by Ann Avouris on October 26, 2012 at 10:15am — No Comments
I am very happy that "Contradictions" was exhibited in the Springer booth during the Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in New Orleans. The book shows that the brain itself accounts for all what we are, and that it is not necessary to postulate, like Descartes did the existence of the soul or any other supernatural substances. The down side is that at our death, we will be back at the same state in which we were before we were born. The show will be over!
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