July 21, 2006, National Science Foundation, Stafford ii, Room 555

[WTEC]


Brain-Computer Interface Workshop Proceedings

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        The Complete Proceedings (~10.6 MB)
  1. Introduction  (R. Silver)
  2. WTEC Methods for International Technology Assessments (M. DeHaemer)
  3. WTEC International Assessment of Brain-Computer Interface Research (T. Berger)
  4. Sensor Technology (G. Gerhardt)
  5. Biotic-abiotic Interfaces (P. Tresco)
  6. Modeling, Architectures and Signal Processing for Brain-Computer Interfaces (J. Principe)
  7. Robotics and Prosthetics in Brain-Computer Interfaces (J. Chapin)
  8. Functional Electric Stimulation & Rehabilitation of BCIs (D. Taylor) 
  9. BCI Communication Devices (D. McFarland) 
  10. Cognitive & Emotional Prostheses (T. Berger)
  11. Organizational and Translation of BCI Research in the European Community (T. Berger)


    Workshop Agenda

     Friday, July 21, 2006


Time

Presentation

Presenter

8:20 AM

Introductions & Opening Remarks

Semahat Demir, Program Director, NSF/BES

Mike Reischman, Deputy Assistant Director of Engineering, NSF

Rae Silver, Senior Advisor, NSF Office of the Director

9:00 AM

WTEC Methods for International Technology Assessments

M. DeHaemer, Executive Vice President, WTEC

9:15 AM

WTEC International Assessment of Brain-Computer Interface Research

T. Berger, Panel Chair, USC

9:45 AM

Sensor Technology

G. Gerhardt, University of Kentucky

10:15 AM

Break


10:30 AM
Biotic-abiotic Interfaces
P. Tresco, University of Utah

11:00 AM

Modeling, Architectures and Signal Processing for Brain-Computer Interfaces

J. Principe, University of Florida

11:30 AM

Robotics and Prosthetics in Brain-Computer Interfaces

J. Chapin, State University of New York

12:00 PM

Lunch


1:15 PM

Functional Electric Stimulation & Rehabilitation Applications of BCIs

D. Taylor, Case Western Reserve University

1:45 PM
BCI Communication Devices
D. McFarland, Wadsworth Laboratories

2:15 PM

Cognitive & Emotional Prostheses

T. Berger, Panel Chair, USC

2:45 PM
Organizational and Translational Issues
T. Berger, Panel Chair, USC
3:15 PM
Discussion, Questions, & Sponser Comments

4:00 PM

Closing Statements

T. Berger, Panel Chair, USC