“Bioelectric and biomagnetic signals of the brain”, Saxon Academy of Sciences in Leipzig, Germany
Prof. Haueisen gave an invited talk entitled: “Bioelectric and biomagnetic signals of the brain: from measurements to source reconstruction” on 13.11.2015 at the Saxon Academy of Sciences in Leipzig, Germany. About 50 distinguished full professors and members of the Saxon Academy of Sciences discussed about bioelectromagnetism including dry electrodes.
Prof. Haueisen gave an invited talk entitled: “Dry electrodes for Electroencephalography” on 12.11.2015 at the international conference “Brain States: Characterization and Neuromodulation by DBS” November 11-13, 2015, Cologne, Germany (https://dbs.veomed.net/). About 60 scientist were in the audience and discussed about dry electrodes.
“The future of Biomedical Engineering”- Faculty of Medicine, University Indonesia, Jakarta
Prof. Haueisen gave an invited talk entitled: “The future of Biomedical Engineering” on 05.11.2015 at the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia. About 35 lecturers and medical specialist/postgraduate students from the Universitas Indonesia participated and discussed possible research collaborations including the topic of dry electrodes.
Prof. Haueisen gave an invited lecture entitled: “Introduction to bioelectromagnetism” on 04.11.2015 at the International University Liaison Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia. About 25 students participated and discussed about dry electrodes.
Prof. Haueisen gave a talk entitled: “Introduction to dry electrodes” on 19.10.2015 at the Natural and Medical Sciences Institute (NMI) at the University of Tübingen, Germany. About 40 scientist participated in a symposium with 4 talks on bioelectric medicine.
During the 7th National Congress of the Italian Society for Human Movement Sciences, held on 2-4 October 2015 in Padua (Italy), Prof. Maurizio Bertollo has presented the purpose and expected results of the ANDREA project, and its potential impact for basic and applied research in Human Movement Science and Sport Psychology. The audience, composed of scientists in the field and professionals in various sport disciplines,…
In the week 14-18 September 2015, the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Bari (Italy) organized the first International Summer School on Human Machine Interactions (http://www.hmiss.it ). About 60 Master and PhD students and young researchers attended the school. They are mainly working in the field of robotics, electrical engineering and computer science, but some researchers working in the field of…
2nd International Conference on Basic and Clinical Multimodal Imaging, Utrecht (Netherlands)
Partner: BIND-UdA & TUIL
During the 2nd International Conference on Basic and Clinical Multimodal Imaging, held on 1-5 September 2015 in Utrecht (Netherlands), several Fellow of the ANDREA consortium – namely Prof. Silvia Comani (BIND-UdA), Prof. Jens Haueisen (TUIL), Dr. Uwe Graichen (TUIL) and Patrique Fiedler (TUIL) presented results of the ANDREA project, and its potential impact for basic and applied research in Human Neuroscience. This joint conference of…
VDE is the German Electrical Engineers association. Among many other activities, VDE gives out statements to the general public and also to the scientific and professional communities. Recently, we were involved into lightning safety issues in the German expert commission and did some simulations for that. Those simulations were based on our finite element models used also for our EEG computations. The report enclosed (in…
2nd International Scientific Symposium “Sense. Enable. SPITSE, St. Petersburg (Russia)
During the 2nd International Scientific Symposium “Sense. Enable. SPITSE.”, held on 22 June to 3July 2015 in St. Petersburg (Russia), Prof. Jens Haueisen (TUIL) presented results of the ANDREA project, highlighting its potential impact and application in bioelectric signal acquisitions. The project SPITSE is the trilateral Strategic Partnership of engineering science departments of Ilmenau University of Technology (Germany), St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University “LETI” (Russia), and…