Previous Invited Speakers
The researchers below were distinguished invited speakers at previous NEUROTECHNIX conferences.
We are indebted to them for their contribution to heighten the conference level.
2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013
Neuroprosthetics for a Better Life: Current Achievements and Future PerspectivesSilvestro Micera, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (Switzerland) and Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy Coding and Decoding of Hand Movements in the BrainHansjörg Scherberger, Neurobiology Lab, German Primate Center, Germany Redefining the Limits of Reorganisation in Body Representation: Insights from AmputeesTamar Makin, University of Oxford, United Kingdom The Biomechanics of Sports Injuries and Prevention Strategies Jim Richards, Allied Health Research unit, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom A Engineering Led Approach to Reducing Head in Injuries in Cricket Andy Harland, Loughborough University, United Kingdom Micro and Nanotechnologies in NeuromedicineInês Pinto, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory - INL, Portugal Heterogeneity and Function in mESC Derived AstrocytesEvangelos Delivopoulos, UNIVERSITY OF READING, United Kingdom
Miniaturized Implants on the Way into Clinical Applications Thomas Stieglitz, University of Freiburg, Germany Robots for Neurorehabilitation and Assistance of Gait Robert Riener, ETH Zürich, Switzerland Active Upper Limb Prostheses - From Research to Clinics Dario Farina, Goettingen University, Germany
Matching Users and Technology for Brain-Computer Interfaces Febo Cincotti, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy Robot-mediated Neurorehabilitation - A Bio-cooperative Approach Eugenio Guglielmelli, Università Campus Bio-Medico, Italy Towards Harmony between Human and Machine in Personal MobilityDanil Prokhorov, Toyota Tech Center, United States Rehabilitation Robotics for the Lower Extremity - A Path for SuccessHermano Igo Krebs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
The Disappearing Human-Machine Divide Kevin Warwick, University of Reading and Coventry University, United Kingdom Analysis of Muscle Coordination in Sports: Perspectives from Electromyography and Elastography François Hug, The University of Queensland, Australia Breaking into your Brain with Neurotechnology Aldo Faisal, Imperial College London, United Kingdom