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Symposia and Workshops

2010

  • July 30, 2010
    San Antonio, Texas
    Neurodesign: Using computational modeling for the design of neurotechnology
    (In conjunction with CNS*2010)

    Engineered systems are increasingly being integrated with the nervous system and a concerted effort is being made to make them adaptive. This workshop will link Computational Neuroscience with development of Neurotechnology for interfacing with the spinal cord and the peripheral nervous system. Interfacing with the spinal cord and the peripheral nervous system offers the opportunity to provide directed engineering control of end organs whose natural control has been lost or compromised, to tap the nervous system for control of external devices while taking advantage of the dynamic and adaptive integrative computational properties of having the “person in the loop” and to use neurotechnology to promote plasticity in the nervous system through patterned afferent stimulation.

    The workshop will explore and discuss the use of neuromorphic models in the design of algorithms and spinal and peripheral neural interfaces for electrical stimulation control of different biological systems. Examples of the use of such systems for promoting plasticity in the nervous system will also be examined.

    Details
  • March 3rd-6th , 2010
    Fourth Annual Center for Adaptive Neural Systems Symposium
    “Multiscale Approaches to Understanding Neural Plasticity”
    Distinguished Lectures by Angus Silver (UK); Avrama Blackwell (USA); Upinder Bhalla (India); Poster session; Reception (Free events)
    Tutorials on “Software for Multiscale Modeling” (Registration required)
    &
    “2nd Annual NeuroML Development Workshop” supported in part by an NIH grant to Dr. Sharon Crook and additional support from MRC & Welcome Trust, UK (For grant participants only)
    Details and Tutorial Registration, pdf postcard, photo slideshow

2009

  • NeuroML Development Workshop held March 2009 in London, UK. Sharon Crook is one of the organizers of the meeting. Read more
  • “Third Annual Arizona State University & Barrow Neurological Institute Neuroscience Symposium”
    The Center for Adaptive Neural Systems is co-sponsoring this event on Feb, 28, 2009 at the Barrow Neurological Institute of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix, AZ. (symposium program) (flyer)
  • “Co-Adaptive Learning: Adaptive Technology for the Aging”
    A Symposium organized by Ranu Jung and the Center for Adaptive Neural Systems.
    Jan. 8th and 9th, 2009, Arizona State University.
    Guest speakers: Hermano Krebs, Randal Koene, Richard Neptune, Mindy Fain, Misha Pavel, Holly Shill, Alvaro Fernandez, and Skip Rizzo.
    Supported by the National Science Foundation. Free admission.
    View speakers & abstracts and symposium agenda and postcard.

2008

  • "38th Neural Interfaces Workshop"
    Dr. Ranu Jung and Dr. Ken Horch participated in Plenary Session 7: Sensory Feedback for Prosthetic Limbs. Dr. Jung organized and moderated the session. June 16-18, 2008. Cleveland OH
    Read More...
  • "Interoperability of software for computational and experimental neuroscience"
    A workshop organized by Padraig Gleeson and Sharon Crook. at CNS*2008, July 23, 2008, 8:30am to 5:00 pm. Portland, Oregon Workshop agenda. more
  • "Promoting Neural Plasticity"
    A Symposium organized by Ranu Jung and the Center for Adaptive Neural Systems.
    February 15, 2008, 8:00am to 12:30pm, Lattie Coor Bldg, Arizona State University.
    Guest speakers: Eberhard E. Fetz, Leonardo G. Cohen, and Reggie Edgerton
    Supported by the National Science Foundation. Free admission.
    View speakers & abstracts and symposium agenda and postcard.

2007

  • "PNS-based control of artificial limbs"
    A workshop presented by Dr. Kenneth Horch.
    Sept 16-21, 2007, at the The Neurobotics Summer School 2007, Brain-Machine Interfaces, Volterra, Italy.
  • "Neuro-Machine Interfaces: Integrating Biology and Technology to Develop Functionally Relevant Devices"
    A workshop organized by: Mini Kurian, Joe Graham, Sharon Crook, Ranu Jung.
    July 12, 2007, at the 16th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting
    Bahen Building, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Speakers: Don H. Johnson, Rice University, Astrid A. Prinz, Emory University, Dongchul C. Lee, Advanced Bionics, Ranu Jung, Arizona State University
    View speakers & abstracts and workshop agenda.
  • "Adaptation and Learning in Neuro-Biomechatronic Systems"
    A Symposium organized by Ranu Jung and the Center for Adaptive Neural Systems.
    March 22, 2007, Biodesign Institute Auditorium, Arizona State University
    Guest speakers: Apostolos Georgopoulos, Scott Frey, David Fuller, Arun Majumdar, Thomas Stieglitz, Ralph Etienne-Cummings.
    Supported by the National Science Foundation. Free admission.
    View speakers & abstracts and symposium agenda and postcard.

2005

  • "Neuromorphic Control of Movement"
    A presentation by Ranu Jung, PhD at the Army Research Office Biosciences Workshop
    "Bugging Bugs and Brains: Internal Communications and Applications from Cellular Internals to Mental Contents." Cashiers, NC. May 24, 2005.
 

 

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