Ranu Jung, Associate Professor at the Center for Adpative Neural Systems in Arizona State University will give a seminar on “Neuromorphic Design and Neural Prosthesis for Restoring Sensorimotor Function.
Friday Lab Meetings: Davide will present his article on the effects of fields on gamma oscillations, “Low-intensity electrical stimulation affects network dynamics by modulating population rate and spike timing – modulation, pacing and resonance”
Friday Lab Meeting: Jacek will present progress of the optimization of high-definition tDCS stimulation.
Welcome Mathias Huber, from the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, who is a visiting scholar in the Neural Engineering group.
Two technolgies developed at CCNY Neural Engineering featured at the NYC Emerging Medical Technologies Summit.
2:30 PM Special Friday Seminar: Dr. Mingzhou Ding (Professor BME at U, Florida) will speak on “Dynamic Organization of Brain Networks”.
NOTE We will not have our regular Friday morning seminar on this day. Note the seminar is at 2:30 PM.
2:00 PM, Leslie Blaha (Indiana University, Bloomington) will present a special seminar on “A Dynamic Hebbian-style Model of Configural Learning”
Marom Bikson presented at the International Symposium on Neuromodulation in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
“In vitro studies: designing targeted stimulation protocols” work by Tom Radman, Asif Rahman, and Davide Reato.
“Computer modeling : what have we learned to design new interventions?” work by Abhishek Datta.
Friday Lab Meetings: Asif Rahman presented recent data on effects of DC fields on cortical synaptic function.
Tom’s paper on Spike Timing Amplifies the Effect of Electric Fields on Neurons: Implications for Endogenous Field Effects (Thomas Radman, Yuzhuo Su, Je Hi An, Lucas C. Parra, and Marom Bikson. The Journal of Neuroscience, March 14, 2007) was featured and discussed on Scientific Blogging.