It’s no coincidence that a lot of people show great interest in neurotechnology and neuroscience anno 2022. It is becoming more advanced and accessible. In both industry and academia, new applications are being discovered each day. Some of them so advanced that they seem science-fiction to the non-expert’s eye and some so accessible that they are assumed to be mainstream in the short future. NeuroTech Leuven’s MINDSEED aims to educate non-experts on state-of-the art neurotechnology and neuroscience and connect its experts.
Senior R&D researcher Medtronic
On “Electrophysiological sensing in DBS for Parkinson’s Disease”
Program Development Officer at Mission Lucidity
Dr. Jenny Ceccarinni
on "How neurotechnologies will revolutionize research, diagnosis and treatment of brain diseases"
Co-founder of EpiHunter
on "The importance of accessible neurotech to the daily life of people with a brain disorder"
Director of NERF
Professor Sebastian Haesler
on "Measuring and manipulating neural circuits"
Chairman of neurotech leuven
on "The establishment and future potential of NeuroTech Leuven"
Co-founder and CEO Revision Implant
Dr. Frederik Ceyssens
On "breaktrough neurotechnology for blind people"
Booths [more to come]
New tools to accelerate scientific discovery and medical progress for a future without dementia
Presents an interactive EEG - SSVEP racing game to educate the masses
Breakthrough neurotechnology for blind people
Methods to help large and smaller players in the Belgian (neuro-)industry make the right technological choices and achieve sustainable economic growth