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 These abstracts are not included in the proceedings and are not peer-reviewed.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:

  • 2 ADAPTIVE SPATIAL FILTERING: INCREASING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MOTOR IMAGERY BASED BCI
  • 5 A pleasant auditory brain computer interface using natural environment sounds
  • 14 Approaches to Zero-Shot Stimulus Decoding in ECoG and Potential BCI Applications
  • 16 THE PROMOTŒR: A SUCCESSFUL STORY OF TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN BCI FOR MOTOR REHABILITATION
  • 19 EVALUATION OF BCI RESEARCHERS’ OPINIONS REGARDING THE FUTURE OF BCIS: RESULTS OF BCI ROADMAP QUESTIONNAIRE 2014
  • 20 EEG-BASED GRAPH THEORY INDICES TO SUPPORT THE CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS OF DISORDERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS
  • 22 HEADGEAR FOR MOBILE NEUROTECHNOLOGY: LOOKING INTO ALTERNATIVES FOR EEG AND NIRS PROBES
  • 25 VIBRO-TACTILE EVOKED POTENTIALS FOR BCI COMMUNICATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISORDERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND LOCKED-IN SYNDROME
  • 28 TOWARDS A COGNITIVE MODEL OF MI-BCI USER TRAINING
  • 30 A Comparison of Ocular Artifact Removal Methods for Block Design based Electroencephalography Experiments
  • 31 Spatial Filtering of EEG as a Regression Problem
  • 33 Dimensionality reduction for BCI classification using Riemannian geometry
  • 35 Error-related potentials with masked and unmasked onset during continuous control and feedback
  • 36 MULTI-TIMESCALE SPECTRA AS FEATURES FOR CONTINUOUS WORKLOAD ESTIMATION IN REALISTIC SETTINGS
  • 37 Using Recurrent Neural Networks for P300-based Brain-Computer Interface
  • 41 Passive BCI-based Neuroadaptive Systems
  • 45 DECODING OF WALKING INTENTION UNDER LOWER LIMB EXOSKELETON ENVIRONMENT USING MRCP FEATURE
  • 52 STEADY STATE VISUAL EVOKED POTENTIALS AT THE BOUNDARIES OF VISUAL PERCEPTION
  • 56 BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE BASED COMMUNICATION IN THE COMPLETELY LOCKED-IN STATE
  • 59 UTRECHT NEUROPROSTHESIS: FROM BRAIN SIGNAL TO INDEPENDENT CONTROL
  • 63 NO TRAINING, SAME PERFORMANCE!? – A GENERIC P300 CLASSIFIER APPROACH
  • 69 Tactile brain-computer interface control of a mobile platform in a real world environment using a low-cost electroencephalography headset
  • 70 ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY (EEG)-DERIVED MARKERS TO MEASURE COMPONENTS OF ATTENTION PROCESSING
  • 72 Decoding Hazardous Events in Driving Videos
  • 74 Mixing Two Unsupervised Estimators for Event-Related Potential decoding: An Online Evaluation
  • 75 OPTIMAL TRANSPORT APPLIED TO TRANSFER LEARNING FOR P300 DETECTION
  • 78 INVESTIGATING MUSIC IMAGERY AS A COGNITIVE PARADIGM FOR LOW-COST BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACES
  • 86 MOREGRASP: RESTORATION OF UPPER LIMB FUNCTION IN INDIVIDUALS WITH HIGH SPINAL CORD INJURY BY MULTIMODAL NEUROPROSTHESES FOR INTERACTION IN DAILY ACTIVITIES
  • 102 YES OR NO? – BINARY BRAIN-BASED COMMUNICATION UTILIZING MOTOR IMAGERY AND FNIRS
  • 103 Brain-Computer Interfacing with Emotion-Inducing Imagery: A pilot study
  • 105 The P300 BCI: on its way to end-users?

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.

  • 1 A Guided Task for Cognitive Brain-Computer Interfaces
  • 4 How many Electrodes are needed for Multi-target SSVEP-BCI control: Exploring the minimum Number of Signal Electrodes for CCA and MEC
  • 6 COMPARISON OF SPEED, ACCURACY, AND USER FRIENDLINESS BETWEEN SSVEP-BASED BCI AND EYETRACKER
  • 7 Non-stationarity and inter-subject variability of EEG characteristics in the context of BCI development
  • 8 Time to Relax: No effects to the stress response after short-term use of a brain-computer interface
  • 10 PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF TESTING A BCI-CONTROLLED FES SYSTEM FOR POST-STROKE REHABILITATION
  • 11 A Gaze-Independent Audiovisual Brain-Computer Interface and its Application in Awareness Detection
  • 13 Affective Brain Computer Music Interfacing: A Case Study Of Use By An IndividualWith Huntington’s Disease
  • 15 HOME USED, PATIENT SELF-MANAGED, BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE FOR TREATMENT OF CENTRAL NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN SPINAL CORD INJURY: FEASIBILITY STUDY
  • 17 Sensory threshold electrical stimulation enhances classification of motor imagery 
  • 18 A SSVEP BCI based on Canonical Correlation Analysis 
  • 21 INCREASING STROKE PATIENTS MOTOR IMAGERY CLASSIFICATION BY SELECTING FEATURES WITH PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMISATION
  • 23 RANDOM VISUAL EVOKED POTENTIALS (RVEP) FOR BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE (BCI) CONTROL
  • 26 SigViewer - current status and recent developments
  • 27 Detection of Attention Alteration of BCI Users based on EEG Analysis
  • 29 EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN EXTERNALLY AND INTERNALLY-DRIVEN TARGET SELECTION: A PRELIMINARY STUDY
  • 32 Real-time fMRI Control of a Humanoid Robot using Two Brain Networks Simultaneously: A Pilot Study
  • 34 Challenging the Assumption that Auditory Event-Related Potentials are Independent and Identically Distributed
  • 39 Visual Input Affects the Decoding of Imagined Movements of the Same Limb
  • 42 Online-Capable Cleaning of Highly Artefactual EEG Data Recorded during Real Driving
  • 43 Closed-Loop Deep Brain Stimulation System for an Animal Model of Parkinson's Disease: A Pilot Study
  • 44 Subspace decomposition in the frequency domain
  • 46 Tikhonov Regularization Enhances EEG-Based Spatial Filtering For Single-Trial Regression
  • 47 CONTROLLING FALSE POSITIVES ON A BCI IMPLANT FOR COMMUNICATION
  • 48 APHASIA REHABILITATION AFTER STROKE – WHY P300 BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE (BCI) TRAINING MAY BE BENEFICIAL
  • 49 MOVEMENT DECODING FROM EEG: TARGET OR DIRECTION?
  • 51 RESTING EEG-BASED SUBJECT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM: A PRACTICAL SCENARIO FOR OFFLINE ANALYSIS
  • 53 PEANUT: Personalised Emotional Agent for Neurotechnology User-Training
  • 54 Online classification accuracy is a poor metric to study mental imagery-based BCI user learning: an experimental demonstration and new metrics
  • 55 USING A ONE-DIMENSIONAL CONTROL SIGNAL FOR TWO DIFFERENT OUTPUT COMMANDS IN AN IMPLANTED BCI
  • 57 BRAIN ACTIVATION MAP DURING BCI COMMUNICATION IN COMPLETE LOCKED IN STATE
  • 58 Improving Classification Performance of a Brain-Computer Interface System based on Rapid Serial Visual Presentation by Shifting Stimuli
  • 60 TOWARDS A NON-INVASIVE SYSTEM FOR TRANS-HUMERAL AMPUTEE MOTION RESTORATION
  • 61 Enhanced CSP Spatial filtering for Improved Motor Imagery BCI Performance by Integrating the Sensation-induced Neurophysiological Prior
  • 62 Measuring the Quality of 3D Visualizations using EEG: A Time-Frequency Approach
  • 64 Sparse Bayesian Learning for Multiclass Classification with application to SSVEP- BCI
  • 65 IMPLANTED BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE SIGNAL STABILITY OVER TIME
  • 66 Improving Learning from Label Proportions by Reducing the Feature Dimensionality
  • 67 CORRELATIONS OF MOTOR ADAPTATION LEARNING AND MODULATION OF RESTING-STATE SENSORIMOTOR EEG ACTIVITY
  • 68 APPLYING PASSIVE BRAIN-COMPUTER-INTERFACES IN AUTONOMOUS DRIVING: A CASE OF TAKING OVER CONTROL
  • 71 Brain-Computer Interfaces and Augmented Reality: A State of the Art
  • 73 BCI-ASSISTED TRAINING FOR UPPER LIMB MOTOR REHABILITATION: ESTIMATION OF EFFECTS ON INDIVIDUAL BRAIN CONNECTIVITY AND MOTOR FUNCTIONS
  • 77 Discretes motor imageries can be used to allow faster detection
  • 79 CLOSING ONE’S EYES AFFECTS AMPLITUDE MODULATION BUT NOT FREQUENCY MODULATION IN A COGNITIVE BCI
  • 80 Investigating written text readability for passive BCI based neuroadaptive speed reading applications
  • 81 FEATURE EXTRACTION OF EVENT RELATED POTENTIAL BASED ON TIME AND FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS
  • 82 PREDICTION OF CONSCIOUSNESS RECOVERY IN UNRESPONSIVE WAKEFULNESS SYNDROME BY A VIBROTACTILE P300-BCI 
  • 83 The Impact of Flow in an EEG-based Brain Computer Interface
  • 84 THE SPECTRAL CONTROL FEATURES OF A BIPOLAR ECOG BCI IMPLANT OVER PRIMARY HAND MOTOR CORTEX
  • 85 MINDFULNESS BASED STRESS REDUCTION IMPROVES TACTILE SELECTIVE ATTENTION BCI ACCURACY
  • 87 GUIDER: A GUI FOR SEMIAUTOMATIC, PHYSIOLOGICALLY DRIVEN EEG FEATURE SELECTION FOR A REHABILITATION BCI
  • 88 Can feature selection be used to detect physiological components in P300 based BCI for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients?
  • 89 ERP-BASED BCI TRAINING FOR CHILDREN WITH ADHD: MOTIVATIONS AND TRIAL DESIGN
  • 90 Working memory as a control signal in a fully implanted Brain-Computer Interface
  • 92 EVALUATION OF AN SSVEP AND EYE GAZE HYBRID BCI
  • 93 P300 SPELLER SPP IMPLEMENTATION USING WEB DEVELOPMENT LANGUAGES
  • 94 THE BRAINHACK PROJECT: ARTS MEETING BCI TECHNOLOGY
  • 95 DEEP RECURRENT CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS FOR CLASSIFYING P300 BCI SIGNALS
  • 96 Improving Information Transfer Rate in Active BCIs
  • 97 TOWARDS ELABORATED FEEDBACK FOR TRAINING MOTOR IMAGERY BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACES
  • 98 SPELLING IN PARALLEL: TOWARDS A RAPID, SPATIALLY INDEPENDENT BCI
  • 99 PASSIVE DETECTION OF FEEDBACK EXPECTATION: TOWARDS FLUENT HYBRID EYE-BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACES
  • 100 CSP-NN: A CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORK IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMON SPATIAL PATTERNS
  • 101 SPATIAL FILTERS SELECTION TOWARDS A REHABILITATION BCI
  • 104 BAYESIAN REGRESSION FOR ARTIFACT CORRECTION IN ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY
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