Session C

Presentation Schedule Session C
15:15 - 16:00 C.0 Prof. D. Ricci:”Human-centered brain interfaces”
16:00 - 16:03 C.1 Y. Guo: “LAPS-based optoelectronic device for mapping the brain activities in vivo”
16:03 - 16:06 C.2 L. De Laporte: “Light modulated hydrogel stiffness for mechanical stimulation of cells and nerves”
16:09 - 16:12 C.3 S. D. Angelov: “Electrophoretic deposition of ligand-free nanoparticles affected electrode impedance”
16:12 - 16:15 C.4 D. Schurzig: “Determination of Optimal Excitation Patterns for Intracochlear Inner Ear Stimulation Using a Physiologically-Based Model”
16:15 - 16:18 C.5 N. Burblies: “Carbon Nanotube Coatings for Neural Interface Electrodes: Cytocompatibility for Fibroblasts and Spiral Ganglion Neurons”
16:18 - 16:21 C.6 I. Akhoun: “Automated Classification of Electrically-Evoked Compound Action Potentials”
16:21 - 16:24 C.7 K. D. Kreisköther: “Surface Modification of Neural Electrodes by Nanoporous Platinum Coatings”
16:24 - 16:27 C.8 K. Wissel: “Kapton® with cell selective coatings to improve electrode-nerve interaction”
16:27 - 16:30 C.9 D. Majaura: “Evaluation of the bonding strength between a silicone rubber/ polyimide interface for cochlear implants”
16:30 - 16:33 C.10 J. Stieghorst: “Silicone rubber spreading during infrared curing for individually shaped neural implant fabrication”
16:33 - 16:36 C.11 L. Guntenhöner: “Neural interfacing via track etch membrane of cell model mediated by human growth factors”
16:36 - 16:39 C.12 K. Tegtmeier: “Investigation of silicone rubber removal from carbon nanotubes by means of wet and dry etching”
16:39 - 16:42 C.13 J. Wang: “High-resolution light-addressable potentiometric sensors (LAPS) based on an organic monolayer modified silicon on sapphire (SOS)”
16:42 - 16:45 C.14 G. L. Quaß: “Electric Stimulation of the Mouse Auditory Midbrain”
16:45 - 17:45 Poster Session
19:30 Conference Dinner

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