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CogNeuroEng 2017Symposium on Cognitive Neural Engineering - Understanding, Decoding and Interfacing with Cognitive Level Processes in the Brain through Neurotechnology
Chair(s): Aldo Faisal and Moritz Grosse-Wentrup

Symposium on Cognitive Neural Engineering - Understanding, Decoding and Interfacing with Cognitive Level Processes in the Brain through Neurotechnology - CogNeuroEng 2017

Paper Submission: August 7, 2017
Authors Notification: September 4, 2017
Final Paper Submission and Registration: September 12, 2017


Co-chairs

Aldo Faisal
Imperial College London
United Kingdom
 
Moritz Grosse-Wentrup
Max Planck Institute for Inteligent Systems
Germany
 
Scope

While the field of neural engineering made rapid progress in recent years, key challenges remain in recording, decoding, and manipulating neural activity that supports the brain at the cognitive level. Advances in these areas will be crucial for the translation of fundamental insights into the neural basis of (disorders of) cognition into clinical studies. We set out to explore the current frontier in neurotechnology in a first dedicated gathering of cognitive neural engineering.


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