The 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) took place on August 25-29, 2015 in Milan, Italy. The conference covers many topics, from Biomedical Signal Processing to Neural and Rehabilitation Engineering, Biomechanics, from Robotics to Biosensors and Bio-Micro/Nano Technologies. The conference remarks the central role of BME in the improvement and innovation of health care (with a direct impact on the quality of life) but also focuses on how to reach and maintain a “wellness” through proper and advanced technologies, devices and protocols.
Three papers were accepted and presented at the conference, resulting from work conducted by MindSee partners at Technische Universität Berlin.
- Laura Acqualagna - Neural correlates of relevant stimuli processing for Brain Computer Interfaces
- Irina Emilia Nicolae - Neural Indicators of depth of cognitive processing for user-adaptive neurotechnological applications
- Marija Ušćumlić - Animation Effects Challenge Intention Decoding from EEG in Active Visual Search
The full program and papers are available here http://emb.citengine.com/event/embc-2015/details.