Minisymposium on New Dimensions in Brain-Machine Interfaces

The minisymposium highlights latest advances and emerging directions in brain-machine and neuron-silicon interface technology and their applications to neuroscience and neuroengineering. Topics include high-dimensional EEG and ECoG systems, wireless and unobtrusive brain-machine interfaces, flexible bioelectronics, real-time decoding of brain and motor activity, and signal processing methods for intelligent human-system interfaces.


Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Time: 1pm-6pm
Location: Fung Auditorium, Powell-Focht Bioengineering Hall, UC San Diego


Organized by:

Center for Advanced Neurological Engineering <>
Institute of Engineering in Medicine <>
Institute for Neural Computation <>

With support from:

Qualcomm <>, and
Brain Corporation <>



  • 1:00-1:10pm Welcome






  • 3:50-4:20pm Coffee break


  • 4:20-5:00pm Interdisciplinary approaches to design high performance brain-machine interfaces
    Todd P. Coleman (,
    UC San Diego


  • 5:00-5:40pm Evolving data collection and signal processing methods for intelligent human-system interfaces
    Scott Makeig (,
    UC San Diego


  • 5:40-6:00pm Panel discussion


Tzyy-Ping Jung <>
UCSD Center for Advanced Neurological Engineering




Faculty Spotlight

MBTzyy-Ping Jung

Elevated to IEEE Fellow for contributions to blind source separation for biomedical applications.


Staff Spotlight

INC's First Annual Hike N' Lunch Event
INC Staff at the Torrey Pines Glider Port overlooking the Pacific Ocean.