Distinguished Lectures In Neuroprosthetics

In collaboration with Brain & Cognition Seminars.

In normal sanitary conditions, all seminars are at 12:15 in Campus Biotech, H8 Auditorium D, Chemin des Mines 9, Geneva (and boradcasted by zoom). Please note that depending on the pandemic situation, lectures might be zoom-only.

Upcoming Lectures

Rikky Muller Wednesday  Sept. 22nd, 2021, 16h00
UC Berkeley, USA Announcement
Intelligent, wireless neural interfaces
   
Daniel Palanker
Tuesday, Oct 12th, 2021, 12h00
Stanford, USA Announcement
Photovoltaic Restoration of Sight in Age-related Macular Degeneration

Archives

Due to the COVID-19 pandemics, the DLN seminar series was suspended till October 2020.
   
Roisin M. Owens Tues. Oct. 20th, 2020
University of Cambridge (UK) VIDEO
3D bioelectronic models of human biology
   
Eduardo Fernandez Tues. Nov. 17th, 2020
University Miguel Hernandez, Spain VIDEO
Towards the development of a cortical visual neuroprosthesis for the blind: challenges and future prospects
   
Dario Farina Tues. Dec. 15th, 2020
Imperial College, UK VIDEO
Interfacing the output of the human spinal cord
   
Helen Zhou Tues. Jan. 19th, 2021
National University of Singapore  
Mapping early brain network changes in neurodegenerative and cerebrovascular disorders: a longitudinal perspective
   
Andrea Green Tues. March 16th, 2021
University of Montréal VIDEO
Spatial self-motion estimation for motor control in the cerebellum
   
Steven C. Cramer Tues. April 20th, 2021
UCLA, USA VIDEO
Brain repair therapies after stroke
   
Dan Yamins Tues. May 11th, 2021
Stanford, USA VIDEO
Four not-so-easy pieces: improving models of the ventral visual pathways
   
Tamar Makin & Dani Clode / Frédérique de Vignemont Tues. June 15th, 2021
UCL, UK / CNRS, FR VIDEO
Artificial limbs: neither body nor tools!
   
Zoran Nenadic Tues. 17 Sept. 2019
University of California Irvine, USA VIDEO
Brain-computer interfaces for human gait restoration
   
Christopher Bettinger Tues. 10 Dec. 2019
Carnegie Mellon University, USA VIDEO
Hydrogel-based electronics: ultracompliant electrodes for neural interfaces and beyond
   
Nicole Wenderoth Tues. 21 Jan. 2020
ETH Zurich, CH VIDEO
Non-invasive brain stimulation and neurofeedback: from basic research to decoding motor intentions
   
Due to the COVID-19 pandemics, the DLN seminar series was suspended till October 2020.
   

Program Dinstinguished Lectures Neuroprosthetics 2018-2019 Jonathan Viventi

Duke University, Durham, USA

Tues. 18 June 2019

VIDEO

Jeff Capadona

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA

Tues. 21 May 2019

VIDEO

Nitish V. Thakor

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

Singapore Institute for Neurotechnology, Singapore, SG

Tues. 16 Apr. 2019

VIDEO

Mickael Tanter

Langevin Institute, ESPCI, Paris, FR

Tues. 15 Jan. 2019

VIDEO

Yael Hanein

Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, IS

Tues. 18 Dec. 2018

VIDEO

Pascal Fries
Ernst Strüngmann Institute, Frankfurt, GE
Tues. 20 Nov. 2018

VIDEO

Robert K. Shepherd

University of Melbourne, AUS

Tues. 16 Oct. 2018

VIDEO

Program Dinstinguished Lectures Neuroprosthetics 2018 Pascal Fries

Ernst Strüngmann Institute, Frankfurt, GE

Tues. 24 April 2018

Canceled

Nick Ramsey

University Medical Center Utrecht, NL

Tues. 13 March 2018

VIDEO

Program Dinstinguished Lectures Neuroprosthetics Serge Picaud

Institut de la Vision, INSERM, FR

Tues. 21 Nov. 2017

VIDEO

Connor J. Walsh

Harvard University, USA

Tues. 26 Sept. 2017

VIDEO

Program Dinstinguished Lectures Neuroprosthetics Leonardo G. Cohen

NINDS, NIH Bethesda, USA

Mon. 19 June 2017

VIDEO

Robert T. Knight

University of California Berckeley, USA

Wed. 7 June 2017

VIDEO

Maurizio Corbetta

Washington University Saint Louis, USA

University of Padova, Italy

Wed. 24 May 2017

VIDEO

Program Dinstinguished Lectures Neuroprosthetics Paul Sauseng

Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich, GE

Mon. 24 April 2017

VIDEO

Tobias Moser

Institute for Auditory Neuroscience & InnerEarLab, University Medical Center Goettingen, GE

Wed. 5 April 2017

VIDEO

Colette McKay

Bionics Institute, Melbourne, AUS

Mon. 27 Feb 2017

VIDEO