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BCI Meeting 2010 Posters

A-1A self-paced brain computer interface (BCI) based point-and-click system
Xin Yi Yong*, Rabab Ward, Gary Birch
A-2Use of long waves in the electromagnetic spectrum in development of passive areas of brain
Mohammad Gouran-savadkoohi*
A-3P300- and SSVEP-based brain-computer interface for a virtual smart-home environment control
Günter Edlinger*, Gunther Krausz, Massimo Mecella, Christoph Guger
A-4Analogue mouse pointer control via an online BCI using SSVEP
John Wilson*
A-5Towards communication in the complete locked-in state: an electrical semantic conditioning paradigm
Daniele De Massari*, Adrian Furdea, Tamara Matuz, Carolin Ruf, Jeremy Hill, Sebastian Halder, Niels Birbaumer
A-6Investigation of the stability of SSSEP elicited by vibro-tactile stimulation
Christian Breitwieser*, Christa Neuper, Gernot Mueller-Putz
A-7How much learning is involved in BCI control?
Andrea Kübler*, Donatella Mattia, Harry George, Benaya Doron, Christa Neuper
A-8Self-paced training of an asynchronous brain switch
Teodoro Solis Escalante*, Gert Pfurtscheller, Christa Neuper
A-9Toward BCI Wizard - best BCI approach for each user
Ivan Volosyak*, Diana Valbuena, Christoph Guger, Jan Ehlers, Axel Gräser
A-10Feedback information-theoretic paradigms for designing brain-machine interfaces
Abdullah Akce*, Rui Ma, Martin McCormick, Miles Johnson, Cyrus Omar, Edward Maclin, Timothy Bretl, Todd Coleman
A-11Development of a laryngeal surface electromyographic biofeedback system for an efficient neurally-controlled communication interface
Emily Mugler*, Patrick Rousche, James Patton
A-12Towards a practical SSVEP-based BCI
Gary Garcia Molina*, Danhua Zhu
B-1Variability and nonstationarities in brain computer interfaces
Linsey Roijendijk*, Jason Farquhar
B-2A feature extraction method combining wavelet packet decomposition with Hilbert-Huang Transform for EEG in BCIs
Banghua Yang*, Ling Yuan, Xiaoming Zheng, Li Liu
B-3Conditional random fields as classifiers for 3-class motor-imagery based BCIs
Bashar Awwad Shiekh Hasan*, John Gan
B-4Improved feature set for mental-task EEG-based BCI
Tugce Balli*, Ramaswamy Palaniappan
B-5Asynchronous mind-reading based on EEG source imaging
Han-Jeong Hwang, Chang-Hwan Im*
B-6Classifying EEG using incremental support vector machine in BCIs
Xiaoming Zheng*, Banghua Yang, Ling Yuan
B-7A bispectrum-based feature-extraction technique for devising a practical brain-computer-interfacing system
Shahjahan Shahid*, Rakesh Sinha, Girijesh Prasad
B-8CSP Patches – an optimized filter ensemble for adaptive BCI systems
Claudia Sannelli*, Carmen Vidaurre, Klaus-Robert Müller, Benjamin Blankertz
B-9Variability in subjects supports optimization of signal feature extraction and classification
Mark Renfrew*, Janis Daly, Kenneth Hrovat, Cenk Çavusoglu
B-10Automated feature filtering for BCI sequence labelling
Remi Flamary, Benjamin Labbe, Alain Rakotomamonjy*
B-11Benchmarking common BCI algorithms for fast-paced HMS applications
Johanna Wagner*, Klas Ihme, Matti Gaertner, Christian Kothe, Thorsten Zander
B-12Reliable identification of mental tasks using Gaussian models of time-embedded EEG and sequential evidence accumulation
Chuck Anderson*
B-13Non-intentional control for asynchronous BCI: A statistical approach
Michele Tavella*, Serafeim Perdikis, Robert Leeb, Jose del R. Millán
B-14Using linear mixed-effects models for subject-independent SMR-based BCI classification
Juerg Schelldorfer*, Siamac Fazli, Peter Buehlmann, Klaus-Robert Müller
B-15BCI research at EPFL
Jose del R. Millán*, Ricardo Chavarriaga, Robert Leeb, Serafeim Perdikis, Michele Tavella, Gangadhar Garipelli, Eileen Lew, Matteo Lostuzzo, Luca Tonin
B-16The BCI group in LAGIS at Lille University
François Cabestaing*, Marie-Helene Bekaert, Claudine Botte-LeCocq
B-17Analyzing EEG data by multi-scale tensor factorization
Marko Ristin*, Márton Danóczy, Klaus-Robert Müller
B-18EEG classification using predictions from recurrent neural networks
Elliott Forney*, Chuck Anderson
B-19Towards an heuristic-based approach detecting nonstationarities in BCI features
Sabine Jatzev*, Monica de Filippis, Thorsten Zander, Christian Kothe, Sebastian Welke, Matthias Roetting
B-20Classification of EEG signal for walk intent
Priya Velu*, Paul Hammon, Virgina de Sa
B-21A "multi-HMM+SVM" classifier for EEG classification
Eunho Noh*, Adam Koerner , Virginia de Sa
B-22A comparison of univariate, multivariate, bilinear autoregressive, and bandpower features for brain-computer interfaces
Clemens Brunner*, Martin Billinger, Christa Neuper
B-23Rapid EEG-based BCI setup with an intelligent multistage signal-processing framework for accurate online communication and control
Damien Coyle*, Abdul Satti, Martin McGinnity
B-24Subject-specific data-segment-related parameters for improvement of EEG signal classification in brain-computer interface
Walter Besio*, Hongbao Cao, Xiang Liu
C-1Pyff – a platform-independent open-source feedback framework for BCI systems
Bastian Venthur*, Benjamin Blankertz
C-2BrainStream: a MATLAB environment for definition and execution of brain-computer interfaces
Philip Van den Broek*, Rutger Vlek, Peter Desain
C-3MatRiver software for real-time analysis and visualization of EEG and multi-modal data
Nima Bigdely Shamlo*, Andre Vankov, Scott Makeig
C-4Bristlesensors – soft, flexible dry EEG electrodes for neurofeedback and BCI applications
Cristian Grozea*, Catalin Voinescu
C-6A LabVIEW-based modular extension for BCI2000
John Kelly*, Alan Degenhart, Dan Siewiorek, Asim Smailagic, Doug Weber, Wei Wang
C-7Integration of an extensible modular graphical user interface with open BCI
Melanie Ware*, Madga Michalska, Paul McCullagh, Piotr Durka
C-8DataRiver - a software platform for real-time management of multiple data streams
Andre Vankov*, Nima Bigdely Shamlo, Scott Makeig
C-9BCILAB: A BCI/EEG research framework
Christian Kothe*, Arnaud Delorme, Thorsten Zander, Scott Makeig
D-1(C)overt attention and visual speller design
Matthias Treder*, Benjamin Blankertz
D-2How many people are able to control a P300/motor imagery-based brain-computer interface?
Christoph Guger*, Gunther Krausz, Eric Sellers, Massimo Mecella, Guenter Edlinger
D-3Brain painting – BCI meets patients and artists in the field
Harry George*, Adi Hösle, Andrea Kübler
D-4BCI-Applications: Needs and requirements of disabled end-users and professional users
Claudia Zickler*, Abdul Al-Khodairy, Andrea Kübler, Evert-jan Hoogerwerf, Sonja Kleih, Martin Rohm, Donatella Mattia, Simona Mongardi, Christa Neuper, Angela Riccio, Ruediger Rupp, Pit Staiger-Saelzer, Vera Kaiser
D-5User-focused design of a BCI experimentation room
Claudine Botte-LeCocq*, Stéphanie Leclercq, Marie-Helene Bekaert, François Cabestaing
E-1Control of the P300 speller using electrocorticographic signals
Dean Krusienski*, Jerry Shih
E-2Neural decoding with steady-state Kalman filter
Wasim Malik*, Emery Brown, Wilson Truccolo, Leigh Hochberg
E-3Cortical activity during motor movement, motor imagery, and imagery-based online feedback
Kai Miller*, Gerwin Schalk, Eberhard Fetz, Marcel den Nijs, Rajesh Rao, Jeffrey Ojemann
E-4Development of a closed-loop BCI system using epidural LFP signals from the rat somatosensory system
George Dimitriadis*, Eric Maris, Han Langeslag
E-5Changing gears from extracellular field-potential recordings to in-cell recordings by extracellular multi-electrode array
Micha Spira*
E-6Cognitive brain functions for BCI: promise of sophisticated interfaces
Erik Aarnoutse*, Mariska Vansteensel, Dora Hermes, Frans Leijten, Peter Van Rijen, Nick Ramsey
E-7High-field fMRI for localization of electrode implant sites for BCI: a study on visual attention
Nick Ramsey*, Jeroen Siero, Josien Pluim, Max Viergever, Patrik Andersson
E-8INRIA Cortex team project: BCI activities
Laurent Bougrain, Carolina Saavedra*, Baptiste Payan, Axel Hutt, Maxime Rio, Frédéric Alexandre
E-9Rapid brain-based communication using electrocorticographic signals (ECoG)
Anthony Ritaccio*, Peter Brunner, Joseph Emrich, Horst Bischof, Gerwin Schalk
E-10Can synergistic finger movements be represented as the superposition of individual finger movements?
Reinhold Scherer*, Stavros Zanos, Erik Edwards, Kai Miller, Jeffrey Ojemann, Rajesh Rao
E-11Volitional control of cortical neuron activity
Chet Moritz*, Eberhard Fetz
E-12Spatiotemporal dynamics of ECoG activity related to language processing
Xiao-mei Pei*, Eric Leuthardt, Peter Brunner, Jonathan Wolpaw, Gerwin Schalk
E-13Sparse space-time decompositions of ECoG signals
Connie Cheung*, Charles Cadieu, Lavi Secundo, Edward Chang, Robert Knight, Bruno Olshausen
E-14Feedback Control of the spatial-temporal firing patterns of neural microcircuits
Jianbo Liu, Hassan K. Khalil, Karim G. Oweiss
E-15Correlations between cortical activity and concurrent behavior vary with context
Chadwick Boulay, Lu Chen, Yi Chen, Rong Liang Liu, Xiang Yang Chen, Jonathan Wolpaw
F-1EOG artifact correction for brain-computer interface application using GALME-ICA
Cota Gupta, Ramaswamy Palaniappan*
F-2EEG dynamics associated with human motor control in patients with ALS or PLS
Ou Bai*
F-3Classification of adaptive autoregressive models at different sampling rates in a motor imagery-based BCI
Martin Billinger*, Clemens Brunner, Christa Neuper
F-4rtMEG: A real-time software toolbox for BCI2000 using magnetoencephelography
Gustavo Sudre*, Wei Wang, John Kelly, Tao Song, Elekta Oy, Matti Kajola, Ramana Vinjamuri, Jennifer Collinger, Alan Degenhart, Anto Bagic, Doug Weber
F-5Exploiting prior neurophysiological knowledge to improve brain-computer interface performance
Arne Ewald*, Andreas Ziehe, Forooz Shahbazi, Guido Nolte
F-6Effort toward zero training in brain-computer interface using beam-forming source imaging
Minkyu Ahn, Sungwook Kang, Sung Jun*
F-7Feature Extraction from High-Impedance EEG Recordings Using Maximum Noise Fraction
Zachary Cashero
G-1Ethical issues in brain-computer interface research
Mary-Jane Schneider*, Jonathan Wolpaw
H-1Visual cue design in brain-computer interfaces
Kamrun Nahar*, Andrew Geronimo, Steven Schiff
H-2Multi-task learning for zero-training brain-computer interfaces
Morteza Alamgir*, Moritz Grosse-Wentru, Yasemin Altun
H-3Semi-autonomous navigation based on error-related EEG potentials
Ricardo Chavarriaga*, Xavier Perrin, Roland Siegwart, Jose del R. Millán
I-1An online-BCI system using hand-movement direction recognition from MEG
Matthias Witte*, Ferran Galán, Stephan Waldert, Ad Aertsen, Niels Birbaumer, Christoph Braun, Carsten Mehring
I-2NIRS signals predict SMR-based BCI performance in EEG
Siamac Fazli*, Jan Mehnert, Jens Steinbrink, Gabriel Curio, Benjamin Blankertz
I-3Effect of NIRS-based neurofeedback on brain activity during motor imagery
Shin'ichiro Kanoh*, Ko-ichiro Miyamoto, Tatsuo Yoshinobu, Ryuta Kawashima
I-4Applying supervised Hidden Markov Model for functional near-Infrared spectroscopy
Patrick Kierkegaard*, Bashar Awwad Shiekh Hasan
J-1Advanced User-System Interaction: BCI research at TNO human factors
Jan Van Erp*, Anne-Marie Brouwer
J-2OpenViBE tutorial
Anatole Lecuyer, Yann Renard, Laurent Bougrain*, Baptiste Payan, Laurent Bonnet
J-3A mobile and wireless brain-computer interface for communication in daily life
Yijun Wang*, Yu-Te Wang, Tzyy-Pong Jung
K-1A practical design of the asynchronous BCI based on ERD
Kai Qian*, Plamen Nikolov, Ding-Yu Fei, Ou Bai
K-2Subjective rhythmization as a paradigm for BCI
Rutger Vlek*, Rebecca Schaefer, Jason Farquhar, Peter Desain
K-3Towards a fully interpretable EEG-based BCI system
Fabien Lotte*, Anatole Lecuyer, Cuntai Guan
K-4Sequential operation of a hybrid BCI: combining motor imagery-based and SSVEP-based BCIs
Gert Pfurtscheller*, Teodoro Solis Escalante, Christa Neuper
L-1Event-related potential classification "Best Practice"
Jason Farquhar*, Jeremy Hill
L-2Stimulus-presentation manipulations in P300-BCI: Flashing stimuli are not necessary for accurate spelling
Eric Sellers*, Stephany Mesa Guerra
L-3Does the P300 speller depend on eye-gaze?
Peter Brunner*, Shubhada Joshi, Samuel Briskin, Jonathan Wolpaw, Horst Bischof, Gerwin Schalk
L-4Adaptive flashing: increasing the speed of the visual speller
Peter Desain*, Andrei Belitski, Jason Farquhar, Jeroen Geuze
L-5Strategies for decoding in the visual speller system
Suzanna Martens*, Jose Leiva, Joris Mooij, Jeremy Hill, Jason Farquhar, Bernhard Schoelkopf
L-6Motor disability, speech disability, and task performance in a P300-based brain-computer interface
Chang Nam*, Yueqing Li
L-7Classification accuracy of the P300-based BCI depends on the location of the target character in the matrix.
Siri-Maria Kamp*, Matthew Miller, Emanuel Donchin
L-8Suppressing surrounding characters during calibration may improve P300-based BCI performance
Gerald Frye*, Christopher Hauser, George Townsend, Eric Sellers
L-9Effects of cardiac autonomic balance on performance in a P300 brain-computer interface
Tobias Kaufmann*, Claus Vögele, Stefan Sütterlin, Steve Lukito, Andrea Kübler
L-10Initial design of an AAC device with non-invasive BCI, adaptive language modeling and Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP)
Deniz Erdogmus*, Kenneth Hild II, Barry Oken, Brian Roark, Melanie Fried-Oken
L-11P300-BCI: disassociating flash groups from physical organizations provides improved performance
George Townsend*, Jessica Shanahan, Gerald Frye
L-12An open-access P300 speller database
Claudia Ledesma-Ramirez, Erik Bojorges-Valdez, Oscar Yanez-Suarez*, Carolina Saavedra, Laurent Bougrain, Gerardo Gentiletti
L-13Effective classification and interpretability of ERP components using Shrinkage Linear Discriminant Analysis
Benjamin Blankertz*, Stefan Haufe, Matthias Treder
L-14Optimized stimulus design for a spatial auditory BCI based on ERP
Michael Tangermann*, Evert-Jan Martijn Schreuder
L-15Preliminary study towards a multi-modality P300-based speller
Vaishnavi Karnad*, Ding-Yu Fei, Ou Bai
L-16Toward the optimization of P300-based BCI protocols: decimation factors and classifiers
Lucia Rita Quitadamo*, Febo Cincotti, Donatella Mattia, Gian Carlo Cardarilli, Maria Grazia Marciani, Luigi Bianchi
L-17A brute force investigation of electrode subsets for a P300 BCI
Michael McCann*, David Thompson, Jane Huggins
L-18EEG features correlated with performance in P300-based BCI operation: a long-term case study in a home user with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Joseph Mak*, Dennis McFarland, Theresa Vaughan, Phillippa Tsui, Lynn McCane, Eric Sellers, Jonathan Wolpaw
L-19Toward independent home use of a P300-BCI: An email application
Phillippa Tsui*, Kumiko Boulay, Lynn McCane, Joseph Mak, Theresa Vaughan, Dennis McFarland, Steve Carmack, Stefan Winden, Debra Zeitlin, Laura Tenteromano, Jonathan Wolpaw
L-20Overlaid P300 stimulation-based BCI: a solution to “limit” workload in communication application?
Angela Riccio*, Luigi Bianchi, Fabio Aloise, Claudia Zickler, Evert-jan Hoogerwerf, Donatella Mattia, Febo Cincotti
L-21A multimodal (visual+auditory) speller
Andrei Belitski*, Jason Farquhar, Peter Desain
L-22Using BCIs to explore brain function: EEG/MEG classification maps in a classical P300 speller
Luigi Bianchi*, Lucia Rita Quitadamo, Donatella Mattia, Febo Cincotti, Fabio Babiloni, Gian Carlo Cardarilli, Maria Grazia Marciani, Stefano Seri
L-23Asynchronous control in a P300 task for domotic control
Fabio Aloise*, Francesca Schettini, Lucia Quitadamo, Serenella Salinari, Luigi Bianchi, Fabio Babiloni, Donatella Mattia, Febo Cincotti
L-24The P300-based visual speller for people with ALS: Insights from initial evaluations
Lynn McCane*, Joseph Mak, Theresa Vaughan, Dennis McFarland, Laura Tenteromano, Debra Zeitlin, Phillippa Tsui, Eric Sellers, George Townsend, Steve Carmack, Jonathan Wolpaw
L-25Inexpensive system for experimenting with P300 and other ERPs
Douglas Hains*, Chuck Anderson
L-26A framework for improved usability and scientific exploration of visual ERP-based spellers
Christian Puzicha*, Jeremy Hill
L-27Online BCI based on attention to auditory streams: ERPs vs SSEPs
Jeremy Hill*
L-28Do people with ALS perform better with the checkerboard paradigm than with the standard row/column P300-BCI?
Sara Feldman*, Vincent Petaccio, Eric Sellers, George Townsend, Theresa Vaughan, Christopher Hause, Terry Heiman-Patterson, Jonathan Wolpaw
L-29Towards clinically acceptable BCI spellers: Preliminary results for different stimulus-selection patterns and pattern-recognition techniques
Chandra S. Throckmorton, David B. Ryan, Benjamin Hamner, Kevin Caves, Kenneth Colwell, Eric W. Sellers, Leslie M. Collins
M-1Goal selection versus process control while learning to use a brain-computer interface
Audrey Royer*, Bin He
M-2Adaptive center-out paradigm for a four-directional BCI control
Dandan Huang*, Ding-Yu Fei, Ou Bai
M-3Pre-stimulus SMR amplitude – a key to improve BCI performance
Cecilia Maeder*, Claudia Sannelli, Stefan Haufe, Steven Lemm, Benjamin Blankertz
M-4Exploring the role of feedback in learning novel neuromotor mappings
Andrew Jackson*
M-5Attentional manipulations can enhance P300-based BCI performance
Daniel Berry*, Chad Lakey, Eric Sellers
M-6Practicing fast-decision BCI using a "goalkeeper" paradigm
Lenny Ramsey*, Michael Tangermann, Stefan Haufe, Benjamin Blankertz
M-7A 4-class brain-computer interface driven by mental strategies evaluated with and without user distraction
Elisabeth V. C. Friedrich*, Reinhold Scherer, Christa Neuper
M-8Auditory semantic conditioning in healthy and locked-in subjects: Thinking of “yes” and “no”
Carolin Ruf*, Adrian Furdea, Tamara Matuz, Daniele de Massari, Linda Van der Heiden, Jeremy Hill, Sebastian Halder, Boris Kotchoubey, Niels Birbaumer
M-9Psychological predictors of SMR-BCI performance
Eva-Maria Hammer*, Sebastian Halder, Benjamin Blankertz, Claudia Sannelli, Thorsten Dickhaus, Sonja Kleih, Klaus-Robert Müller, Andrea Kübler
M-10Operant conditioning vs. application of strategies in a neurofeedback-based SMR BCI
Benaya Doron*, Eva Hammer, Femke Nijboer, Andrea Kübler
M-11Merging EEG and eye-behavior data to improve BCI target detection
Stanley Klein*, David Kim, Thom Carney, Claudio Privetara
M-12Exploring the effects of individual characteristics on mental training and control
Adriane Randolph*, Ashley Ingraham
M-13Cue variation in a motor-imagery task
Andrew Geronimo*, Kamrun Nahar, Steven Schiff
M-14Passive BCIs for detection of covert aspects of user state and enhancing human-machine systems
Thorsten Zander*, Christian Kothe, Sabine Jatzev, Matthias Roetting,
M-15A portable and user-friendly SSVEP-based BCI system
An Luo and Thomas J. Sullivan
M-16Subject decoupled maximal SSVEP bit rate
Eric Liauw*, Bruce Gluckman
N-1Operant modification of the pain-related BOLD response in healthy controls using a brain computer interface (BCI)
Herta Flor*, Mariela Rance, Michaela Ruttorf, Frauke Nees, Pinar Yilmaz
N-2Application of a video feedback-based BCI for phantom pain - a case study
Armin Walter*, Alexander Roth, Georgios Naros, Niels Birbaumer, Alireza Gharabaghi, Wolfgang Rosenstiel, Martin Bogdan
O-1Emotion BCI: Communicating emotion via EEG dynamics
Scott Makeig*, Julie Onton
O-2BCI for psychometric assessment
Paolo Perego*, Giuseppe Andreoni
O-3Reliable detection of emergency braking situations during simulated driving
Stefan Haufe*, Matthias Treder, Max Sagebaum, Manfred Gugler, Arne Ewald, Klaus-Robert Müller, Gabriel Curio, Benjamin Blankertz
P-1Causal influence of gamma oscillations on performance in brain-computer interfaces
Moritz Grosse-Wentrup*, Jeremy Hill, Bernhard Schölkopf
P-2The first trial use of BCI2000 at home in Japan
Sachiko Oka*, Koichi Mori, Toshinori Maruoka
Q-1BCI for rehabilitation: Goal-oriented imagination and test of vividness of motor imagery
Aleksandra Vuckovic*
Q-2Conditioning of cortical responses to the trueness and falseness of word pairs: a new paradigm for basic communication by means of BCI
Linda Van der Heiden*, Adrian Furdea, Tamara Matuz, Carolin Ruf, Daniele de Massari, Sebastian Halder, Piotr Jaskowski, Niels Birbaumer
Q-3First steps towards a motor imagery-based stroke BCI
Vera Kaiser*, Alex Kreilinger, Gernot Mueller-Putz, Christa Neuper
Q-4Are stroke patients capable of operating non-invasive EEG-based motor-imagery brain-computer interface?
Kai Keng Ang*, Cuntai Guan, Karen Sui Geok Chua, Kok Soon Phua, Chuanchu Wang, Haihong Zhang, Zheng Yang Chin, Rongsheng Lin, Beng Ti Ang, Christopher Kuah
Q-5Usable signal from involved stroke hemisphere for combined BCI/FES or combined BCI/Robot and initial BCI session accuracy
Kenneth Hrovat*, Janis Daly, Roger Cheng, Jean Rogers, Krisanne Litinas, Mark Dohring
Q-6Changes in cortical excitability following the use of a BCI with abstract feedback
Imran Niazi, Ning Jiang, Thomas Lorrain, Alvaro Fuentes Cabrera, Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting, Kim Dremstrup, Dario Farina*
Q-7Correlation between human sensorimotor rhythms and motor-cortical excitability during simple hand motor tasks: influence of motor imagery based BCI training
Floriana Pichiorri*, Annalisa Bononati, Febo Cincotti, Fabio Aloise, Fabio Babiloni, Donatella Mattia
Q-8Sensorimotor rhythm-based brain-computer interface: toward the understanding of training-induced effects on motor-cortical excitability
Annalisa Bononati*, Floriana Pichiorri, Febo Cincotti, Andrea Kübler, Christa Neuper, Donatella Mattia
Q-9Approaching rehabilitation of severe acquired brain injuries through a neurophysiological screening
Monica Risetti*, Angela Riccio, Febo Cincotti, Rita Formisano, Donatella Mattia
Q-10Motor imagination combined with peripheral stimulation increases cortical excitability
Signe Kristensen*, Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting, Johnny Nielsen, Thomas Sinkjær, Dario Farina
R-1Control of an artificial arm with time-coded motor imagery and error-potential detection
Alex Kreilinger*, Christa Neuper, Gernot Mueller-Putz
R-2Towards natural arm control: classification of hand and elbow movements
Gernot Mueller-Putz*, Vera Kaiser, Alex Kreilinger, Christa Neuper
R-3Number of command sources required for a set of functional upper-extremity endpoint postures
Brian Murphy*, Robert Kirsch
R-4Development of framework to quantify benefit of diverse command signals in a brain-computer Interface: a data fusion simulation
James Liao*, Robert Kirsch
R-5Improving invasive and non-invasive BCIs for general and neuroprosthetic applications
Dawn Taylor*, Dan Bloomberg, Holle Carey, Stephen Foldes, Longlong Cheng, Harrison Kalodimos, Amar Marathe, Abirami Muralidharan, Kathy Ward
R-6Asynchronous brain-computer interface control of a walking simulator
An Do*, Po Wang, Christine King, Luis Chui, Zoran Nenadic
R-7Controlling wheelchair tilt with a brain-computer interface
David Thompson*, Michael McCann, Jane Huggins
R-8Chronic hand paralysis after traumatic brain injury: a case report on the use of a brain-computer interface to operate a mechanical hand orthosis
Alissa Fourkas*, Surjo Soekadar, Matthias Witkowski, Anusha Venkatakrishnan, Ethan Buch, Heidi Schambra, Niels Birbaumer, Leonardo Cohen
R-9The P300 brain-computer interface as a controller of a wheelchair-mounted robotic-arm system
Yael Arbel*, Kathryn De Laurentis, Redwan Alqasemi, Rajiv Dubey, Emanuel Donchin
R-10Tools for efficiently comparing decoding options for real-time control of upper-limb neuroprostheses
Amar Marathe*, Dawn Taylor
R-11Towards hierarchical BCIs: Combining motor imagery and evoked potentials for robotic control
Mike Chung*, Reinhold Scherer, Rawichote Chalodhorn, Rajesh Rao
R-12Network dynamics and neurally enabled autonomous robots
Cali Fidopiastis*, Chris Berka, Sharon Shaw
S-1Solved and unsolved issues in BCI-applications
Niels Birbaumer*
S-2Future directions in brain/neuronal computer interaction
Brendan Allison*, Jose del R. Millán, Anton Nijholt, Stephen Dunne, Robert Leeb, Mannes Poel, Diane Whitmer, Christa Neuper
S-3Soft targets: Brains and BCIs as security liabilities
Matthew Wilczynski*, Brendan Allison
T-1Preferred programming languages to illicit steady-state visual evoked potentials from a CRT monitor
Dwight Waddell*, Aik Min Choong, Joseph Smith, Fei Teng, Christopher Reichley, Pamela Lawhead, Yixin Chen
T-2Harmonics in SSVEP: Are they evoked by the fundamental frequency or by the artifacts of the stimuli?
Fei Teng*, Aik Min Choong , Scott Gustafson, Dwight Waddell, Christopher Reichley, Pamela Lawhead, Yixin Chen
T-3EEG processing and robotic bio-feedback interfaces
Christopher Reichley*, Aik Min Choong , Fei Teng, Dwight Waddell, Pamela Lawhead, Scott Gustafson, Yixin Chen


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