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Open Communications
OPEN COMMUNICATIONS provide researchers and practitioners with a simple and concise, yet exciting and interactive, opportunity to present their research, case-studies, novel approaches, techniques or technologies to the conference audience. Speakers can submit either a 1-page abstract or a previously published work, which will be screened by a panel of experts, including the conference and program chairs.

Presentation:


OPEN COMMUNICATIONS aim at creating an informal setting that encourages presenters and participants to engage in discussions about the presented work. Both poster and oral presentations are available. Oral presentations are given a slot of 10 minutes and follow the same basic rules as for other oral presentations. OPEN COMMUNICATIONS will be advertised in the conference program and will be included in the conference book of abstracts and cd-rom, but not published in the proceedings or on the Digital Library.

Registration:


Authors of accepted OPEN COMMUNICATIONS can benefit of 1-day pass registrations, if they just want to present their work at their OPEN COMMUNICATIONS session. All other speakers are required to register to the whole event. An official certificate will be given to all speakers who present their work at the conference.


OPEN COMMUNICATIONS LIST

  • Use of internet games to identify subjects at risk for cognitive decline
    Michael Weiner, University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States; Philip Insel, Northern California Institute for Research and Education (NCIRE), United States; Jason Geyer, University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States; Faraz Farzin, Lumos Labs, San Francisco, United States; Daniel Sternberg, Lumos Labs, San Francisco, United States; Joseph Hardy, Lumos Labs, San Francisco, United States; Michael Scanlon, Lumos Labs, San Francisco, United States; Dan Mungas, University of California, Davis, CA, USA, United States; Joel Kramer, University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States; Scott Mackin, University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States
  • Comparison of the Effects of Attention Deficit on Rehabilitation Functional Outcomes in Brain Tumor Patients and Subacute Stroke Patients
    Eun Young Han, Jeju National University Hospital, Korea, Republic of; Sang Hee Im, International St. Mary's Hospital , Korea, Republic of
  • Assistive driving interface based on tactile sensors
    Fernando Vidal-Verdú, University of Málaga, Spain; Andrés Trujillo-León, University of Málaga, Spain
  • Hopfield Neural Network with Evolutionary Searching for Handwritten ‘SWARS’ of Hindi Language
    Manu Pratap Singh, Dept. of Computer Science, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Uniuversity, Khandari Agra, India
  • Tractography in the study of the human brain: a neurosurgical perspective
    David Fortin, Full professor Sherbrooke university, neurosurgery, Canada; Maxime Descoteaux, Sherbrooke University, science, Canada; Kevin Witthingstall, associate professor, Sherbrooke, University, radiological department, Canada; Maxime Chamberland, University of Sherbrooke, department of radiobiology, phD student, Canada
  • An external adaptive deep brain stimulation device to advance and accelerate aDBS clinical investigation
    Alberto Priori, Università Degli Studi di Milano, Italy; Mattia Arlotti, Fondazione IRCCS Cà Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico di Milano , Italy; Manuela Rosa, Fondazione IRCCS Cà Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico di Milano , Italy
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