Different approaches to Brain-Computer Interfaces have been developed, each one with specific solutions that range from understanding and explaining cognitive functions to communicating with real and virtual environments by thought alone.
This year the Berlin BCI Workshop presents an overview, in-depth tutorials and discussions on the latest research at all levels of interaction. The research presented will cover
The workshop programme includes one day full of tutorials on invasive BCI, electro-physiology and non-invasive BCI. The two other workshop days cover all aspects of invasive and non-invasive EEG, NIRS and fMRI, plus informative results of the "TOBI: Tools for Brain-Computer Interaction" project, aspects of Brain@work and our newly founded Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology. The poster session following the tutorials will cross over into the BBCI barbecue, smoothing discussions with drinks and food.
The workshop is organized by the Berlin BCI group in cooperation with the Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology Berlin and the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin. It is co-funded by PASCAL2 as a PASCAL2 core event.
We receive generous organizational support by the Humboldt University and the Berlin School of Mind and Brain.
The Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin is also host to the CNS*2009 Meeting the week after, July 18th – 23rd 2009.
July 8 - 10, 2009
If you would like to put up the poster in your department, drop a note with your postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org .