Feb 29, 2016; 9:30 AM-2:35 PM (with lunch 12:00-1:00 PM)   Location CDI 2nd Floor Conference Room  direction to CDI  (access to building requires special key-card or contacting lab staff).

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Dr. J. Patrick Reilly, among the pioneers in electrical stimulation theory, will provide an detailed overview on theory and application. Topic covered include cellular modeling of electrical stimulation, waveform effects, electrical sensations and pain, Among many papers and books, Dr. Reilly is the author or Applied Bioelectricty and he may have a broader perspective on the development of electrical stimulation theory than anyone in the world. Dr. Reilly will provide a series of lecture from  9:30 AM to 2:45 PM (with lunch break) at the CDI.

Lecture schedule (and slides)

9:30  AM-  11:00 AM    CCNY-1 (Sensation & Pain)

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM   CCNY-2 (Waveform effects)

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM     Lunch

1:00   PM – 2:00 PM     CCNY-3 (ES Models)

2:00   PM – 2:45 PM     CCNY-4 (Combined models)

No RSVP needed. You can attend any portion of the presentation. Slides (three files) can be download here:

CCNY-1 Sensation MT 16-107.compressed CCNY-2 waveform MT 16-108   CCNY-3 ES model MT 16-109    CCNY-4 Combined MT 16-110.ppt