Presenter Dong Song, USC Dong Song is Research Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, and Director of the USC Neural Modeling and Interface Laboratory. His research interests include nonlinear dynamical modeling of the nervous system, hippocampal memory prosthesis, neural interface technologies, and development of novel modeling strategies incorporating both mechanistic and input-output modeling methods. Dr.… Continue reading Dong Song, USC | Toward a Hippocampal Memory Prosthesis
Presenter David Eagleman, Neosensory, Inc. David Eagleman is a Neuroscientist, Author, Technologist, and Entrepreneur. His research encompasses brain plasticity, sensory substitution, time perception, synesthesia, and the intersection of brain science with the legal system… Read More Can We Create New Senses For Humans? David Eagleman is a Neuroscientist, Author, Technologist, and… Continue reading David Eagleman | Can We Create New Senses For Humans?
Presenter Chris Own, Voxa Chris is an expert in analytical instrument design and development, with specialties in advanced imaging systems and science instruments, ranging from atomic-resolution structural imaging to portable charged-particle based analyzers… Read More Summary: Brain mapping requires scaleable platforms for ultra-high throughput nano-imaging. Chris Own is the founder at… Continue reading Chris Own | Foresight Neurotech Seminar
Presenters Ed Boyden, MIT Prof. Ed Boyden completed his undergraduate degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences and a Master of Engineering at MIT. He completed PhD studies as a fellow in the Neurosciences Program at Stanford University. Prof. Boyden joined MIT as an Assistant Professor in 2007, and is now a… Continue reading Ed Boyden | Tools for Mapping and Controlling the Brain
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Presenters Randal Koene, Carbon Copies Randal has had a dream of unraveling the blueprint of the human brain. He studied physics in Amsterdam, mastered in AI, and did a computational neuroscience PhD. He taught about the prefrontal cortex and the hippocampus at Boston University as a postdoc. Randal currently lives in San Francisco where… Continue reading Neurotech: BCI & WBE Q&A with Randal Koene, Carbon Copies