Taking Technology Beyond the Lab

International Forum on Neural Engineering and Brain Technologies (NBT)

What is NBT Berlin?

The NBT Berlin Forum is an exclusive platform that brings both industry and academia for the dissemination of technological advances, research results and applications in the areas of neuroscience and brain technologies. This year's program will span the topics of breakthrough advances in applying techniques, novel hardware development, data analysis, restoration and enhancement of impaired sensory and motor prostheses, and cognitive functions.

During the conference you will be able to attend high-quality tech tutorials, listen to distrupive talks delivered by leading experts and to follow our special session discussions. The exhibit hall floor will showcase products that are primarily aimed at engineers, technical managers, as well as researchers from academia and industries, who need to know both the technical and practical aspects of new and emerging trends.

Some Areas of Interest

We are always keen to feature expert speakers, innovative products and servcies around the following themes:

  • Neural Signal Processing and Analysis.
  • Neural Recording and Imaging.
  • Brain Monitoring Sensors and Techniques.
  • Neural Interfacing Devices, Neuro-based Electronics.
  • Neurostimulation and Diagnostic Devices.
  • Brain-Computer and Brain-Machine Interfaces.
  • Neuroprosthetics.
  • Neurorehabilitation and Assistive Devices.

Special Session: EEG Signal Acquisition, Processing & Applications

Recent advances in sensor technology and analyses approaches have greatly promoted the research regarding the EEG data processing and brought an impressive progress to solve challenging problems in many areas including clinical applications, brain-computer interface (BCI), and cognitive neuroscience research. This Special Session will showcase new methods to investigate brain dynamics during more natural processes, latest software and hardware developments and how they can be used in a wide variety of settings [...]