Proceedings of the GBCIC2017

Please find the full proceedings at https://doi.org/10.3217/978-3-85125-533-1. Single contributions are available under their respective DOI. For example: paper 62 is available at https://doi.org/10.3217/978-3-85125-533-1-62. The sorting is alphabetical with respect to the family name of the first author.


Ideas and opinions poster session (closed)

Ideas and opinions poster abstract submission has been closed on June, 15th 2017. All authors have been notified about the decision. These abstracts are not included in the proceedings and are not peer-reviewed. Please prepare a poster presenting your work, format: A0, portrait.

  • Independent component analysis for a low channel SSVEP-BCI
  • Neurofeedback-Based Tele-Rehabilitation
  • A roadmap to conquer BCI illiteracy
  • Brain switch mode: an alternative to drive a brain-controlled wheelchair
  • Development of a multimodal Human-Computer Interface providing a new instrument for control of devices and rehabilitation for patients with motor disorders
  • Avatum
  • Detecting covert tactile attention with a NoiseTag BCI
  • Predicting Navigational Decisions Through Visually Evoked P300 Event-Related Potentials Using A Real-World Brain-Computer Interface
  • EEG-based classification of multi-class emotional states using one-dimensional convolution neural networks
  • MULTI-CLASS DECODING OF ANKLE MOVEMENTS USING NON-INVASIVE BRAIN ACTIVITY RECORDING METHODS
  • Fine motor control achieved through an implantable muscle stimulator
  • NeuroGoggles for Neurorehabilitation and Research
  • Ideas for Clinically Viable Neural Decoders
  • On the possibilities of artificial frames in motor imagery paradigm for EEG-based BCI
  • On the applicability of direct information encoding for hemodynamic brain-computer interfaces (BCIs)

Regular contributions (closed)

Regular contribution submission has been closed on February 15, 2017. All reviews have been completed and authors have been notified about the decision.

Talks: The duration of a talk is 12 minutes maximum. Microsoft Office PowerPoint and Adobe .pdf are supported formats. Your can bring your own laptop (VGA or HDMI connectors required) or you can use a presentation laptop at the conference site. There will be a speakers ready room to check your presentation before. The program including a time table for the talks will be available at our conference web page in July. In case a work is presented by a student, please apply for the Student Oral Presentation Award. Accepted papers selected for talks:

Poster: Please prepare a poster presenting your work, format: A0, portrait. The program including a time table for the poster sessions will be available at our conference web page in July.


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