• NBT Berlin
  • MEA Forum - International Forum on Microelectrode Arrays

Neural Interfaces,Signal Processing

11-12 June 2024
Berlin, Germany

NBT Berlin 2024

Co-located with MEA 2024 - International Forum on Microelectrode Arrays

One of the most important scientific and technological frontiers of our time is the interfacing of electronics with the human brain. The convergence between engineering and neurobiology brings about new discoveries in the brain, as well as innovations for future brain-technologies-interfaces. NBT Berlin provides an interdisciplinary dialogue platform for engineers, industry, and academic researchers. Focus areas cover from the latest techniques of neural data acquisition, signal analysis and interpretation, up to solutions for neuroelectronic interfaces and control of assistive devices with electrophysiological signals.

Sessions include:
  • Neural Interfaces Neural electronics. Neural recording and stimulation. Implantable, non-invasive, Biocompatible designs, device fabrication. Microelectrode array technology...
  • Signal Processing Invasive and non-invasive measurements, Signal acquisition and sensing, Denoising, super-resolution, registration and pre-processing, EEG acquisition and data analysis...

Speakers 2023

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Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM, Berlin, Germany Delft University of Technology | Germany
On the Stimulation Artifact Reduction during Electrophysiological Recording of Compound Nerve Action Potentials
Hasso Plattner Institute | Germany
Signal Processing (with Questionable Labels) in Times of Uncertainty
Charite Universtitätsmedizin Berlin | Germany
py_neuromodulation: A feature estimation and decoding platform for brain implants
Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine ITEM | Germany
Developing quality criteria for long-term testing of intracortical electrodes
IDUN Technologies | Switzerland
Validation of In-ear EEG using Full Scalp EEG Biomarkers
University of Washington | USA
Neurofeedback to enhance response to hypnosis in individuals with multiple sclerosis
University of Technology Sydney | AUSTRALIA
Wearable neural sensors based on epitaxial graphene for hands-free robotic control
University of Catania, Catania; Oasi Research Institute-IRCCS, Troina | ITALY
Non-invasive brain stimulation in sleep disorders: from electrophysiology to neuromodulation
Quantum Biometronics | GREECE
An ultra-precise binocular laser pupillometer