Plenary Speakers

During the SSNR2016, students were split into groups of 3-4 to write the abstracts of the Plenary Talks. Here you can find the list of abstracts they reported:

Interfacing with the Neural System – Prof. Dominique Durand

Upper Extremity Reconstruction – Prof. Oskar C. Aszmann

An Unsupervised Decoding Framework for Prosthetics – Prof. Jose Principe

Spasticity: Mechanisms, Quantification and Treatment – Prof. Zev Rymer

Transcranial brain stimulation: potential and limitations – Prof. Walter Paulus

Modular Control of Human Locomotion – Prof. Francesco Lacquaniti

Personalized real-time EMG-informed neuromusculoskeletal models of tissue loading for neuromodulation – Prof. David Lloyd

Exoskeletons on the move – Prof. Herman van der Kooij

Unravelling mechanisms underlying the automatic control of posture and movement – Prof. EricPerreault

A cell biology approach to network damage and recovery in brain lesions – Prof. Marco Molinari

Summary on detecting and decoding spinal motor neuron spike trains for understanding the neural control of movement – Prof. Francesco Negro

 

 



 

TS
Thomas Sinkjaer (Keynote Speaker)
Aalborg University


JR
John C. Rothwell (Keynote Speaker)
University College London


EB
Dominique Durand (Plenary Speaker) 
Case Western University


OA
Oskar C. Aszmann (Plenary Speaker)
Medical University of Vienna


JP
Jose Principe (Plenary Speaker)
University of Florida


ZR
Zev Rymer (Plenary Speaker)
Northwestern University – Chicago


WP
Walter Paulus (PlenarySpeaker)
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen


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Dr. Francesco Lacquaniti (Plenary Speaker)
Fondazione Santa Lucia – Rome


DL
David Lloyd (Plenary Speaker)
Griffith University – Brisbane


HVDK
Herman van der Kooij (Plenary Speaker)
University of Twente


Eric Perreault (Plenary Speaker)
Northwestern University


EB
Etienne Burdet (Plenary Speaker) 
Imperial College


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Marco Molinari (Plenary Speaker) 
Fondazione Santa Lucia, Italy