Confirmed speakers

Neurovation 2014 boasts the following list of speakers. Speakers in bold font are keynote speakers.

  • Prof. Andrea Antal (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
    Transcranial direct current stimulation: when it does work and when it does not
  • Prof. Dick Stegeman (VU Amsterdam)
    Finite element model based prediction of electric fields in the human brain after TMS and tDCS stimulation
  • Prof. Yasim Temel (Maastricht University)
  • Prof. Duco Jansen (Vanderbilt)
    Photonic neural interfaces: using infrared light to control neural activity
  • Prof. Kaleb McDowell (Army Research Laboratory)
  • Prof. Karlheinz Meier (Universität Heidelberg)
    The Human Brain Project – From Biological Foundations to new Computing Architectures
  • Dr. Natalia Petridou (UMC Utrecht)
    From Blood to Neuron: High resolution functional imaging at 7 Tesla
  • Dr. Jörn Rickert (; Albert-Ludwigs Universität Freiburg)
    A novel brain-implant for closed-loop therapies
  • Dr. Bettina Sorger (Maastricht University)
    Exploiting hemodynamic brain signals for motor-independent communication: from fMRI to mobile fNIRS
  • Drs. Stefan Reschke (Fraunhofer institute)
    Industry 4.0 vs. Human 1.x: How to become adequate for which challenge?
  • Dr. Michel Decré (Sapiens Steering Brain Stimulation)
    Towards next generation Deep Brain Stimulation
  • Dr. Ilka Diester (Ernst Strüngmann Institute, University Frankfurt)
    Manipulating neocortex with optogenetic techniques
  • Dr. Timo Lebold (Retina Implant AG)
    Restoring Vision with Subretinal Implants
  • Prof. Amiram Grinvald (Department of Neurobiology, Weizmann Institute)
    Intrinsic optical imaging;  from the bench to the clinics
  • Prof. Stefan Debener (University of Oldenburg)
    EEG to take away: Towards a mobile brain-computer interface
  • Dr. Jithin Jose (Fujifilm VisualSonics)
    Listening to brain activity: photoacoustic imaging as functional brain imaging technique
  • Prof. Tsjalling Swierstra (Maastricht University)
  • Prof. Arno Villringer (Cognitive and brain sciences, Max Planck Institute)