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#Winner "Winner"

The Winners for 2014
 

1st Place

 

K. Hamada1, H. Mori2, H. Shinoda1, T.M. Rutkowski2,3

Airborne Ultrasonic Tactile Display BCI

1 The University of Tokyo, JP.
2 Life Science Center of TARA, University of Tsukuba, JP.
3 RIKEN Brain Science Institute, JP.

 

 

2nd Place

 

J. Ibáñez1, J. I. Serrano1, M. D. del Castillo1, E. Monge2, F. Molina2, F.M. Rivas2, J.L. Pons1

Heterogeneous BCI-triggered functional electrical stimulation intervention for the upper-limb rehabilitation of stroke patients

1 Bioengineering Group of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).
2 LAMBECOM group, Health Sciences Faculty, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Alcorcón, ES.

 

3rd Place

 

N. Mrachacz-Kersting1, N. Jiang2, S. Aliakbary­hossein­abadi1, R. Xu2, L. Petrini1, R. Lontis1, M. Jochumsen1, K. Dremstrup1, D. Farina2

The changing brain: Bidirectional learning between algorithm and user

1 Sensory-Motor Interaction, Department of Health Science and Technology, DK.
2 Dept. Neurorehabilitation Engineering Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience University Medical Center, DE.

#Nominees "Nominees"

The Nominees of 2014


More than 50 top-level research projects were submitted from all over the world!
The jury, chaired by Gernot R. Müller-Putz, carefully scored 10 nominated projects, and then selected the winners for the Annual BCI Research Award 2014.
 


 

P. Brunner, K. Dijkstra, W. Coon, J. Mellinger, A. L. Ritaccio, G. Schalk

Towards an Auditory Attention BCI

Wadsworth Center and Albany Medical College, US.


J. Gomez-Pilar, R. Corralejo, D. Álvarez, R. Hornero

Neurofeedback training by motor imagery based-BCI improves neurocognitive areas in elderly people

Biomedical Engineering Group, E. T. S. I. Telecomunicación, University of Valladolid, ES.


K. Hamada1, H. Mori2, H. Shinoda1, T.M. Rutkowski2,3

Airborne Ultrasonic Tactile Display BCI

1 The University of Tokyo, JP.
2 Life Science Center of TARA, University of Tsukuba, JP.
3 RIKEN Brain Science Institute, JP.


J. Ibáñez1, J. I. Serrano1, M. D. del Castillo1, E. Monge2, F. Molina2, F.M. Rivas2, J.L. Pons1

Heterogeneous BCI-triggered functional electrical stimulation intervention for the upper-limb rehabilitation of stroke patients

1 Bioengineering Group of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).
2 LAMBECOM group, Health Sciences Faculty, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Alcorcón, ES.


D. McMullen1, G. Hotson2, M. Fifer3, K. Kaytal4, B. Wester4, M. Johannes4, T. McGee4, A. Harris4, A. Ravitz4, W. S. Anderson1, N. Thakor3, N. Crone1

Demonstration of a Semi-Autonomous Hybrid Brain-Machine Interface using Human Intracranial EEG, Eye Tracking, and Computer Vision to Control a Robotic Upper Limb Prosthetic

1 Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery.
2 Johns Hopkins University Department of Electrical Engineering.
3 Johns Hopkins University Department of Biomedical Engineering.
4 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, US.


K. J. Miller1, G. Schalk2, D. Hermes3, J. G. Ojemann4, R. P.N. Rao5

Unsupervised decoding the onset and type of visual stimuli using electrocorticographic (ECoG) signals in humans

1 Department of Neurosurgery, Stanford University.
2 Wadsworth Center and Albany Medical College.
3 Department of Psychology, Stanford University.
4 Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Washington.
5 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington, US.


A. Wilson, R. Arya

Real-Time Bedside Cortical Language Mapping during Spontaneous Conversation with Children

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, US


M. M. Shanechia,b, A. L. Orsbornc, H. G. Moormanc, S. Gowdab, S. Dangib, J. M. Carmenab,c

Rapid control and feedback rates in the sensorimotor pathway enhance neuroprosthetic control

a School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University.
b Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley.
c UC Berkeley UCSF Joint Graduate Program in Bioengineering, US.


N. Mrachacz-Kersting1, N. Jiang2, S. Aliakbaryhosseinabadi1 R. Xu2, L. Petrini1, R. Lontis1, M. Jochumsen1, K. Dremstrup1, D. Farina2

The changing Brain: Bidirectional learning between algorithm and user

1 Sensory-Motor Interaction, Department of Health Science and Technology, DK.
2 Dept. Neurorehabilitation Engineering Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience University Medical Center, DE.


F. R. Willett1,2,3, H. A. Kalodimos1,2,3, D. M. Taylor1,2,3

Retraining the Brain to Directly Control Muscle Stimulators in an Upper-Limb Neuroprosthesis

1 Cleveland Clinic, Neurosciences.
2 Cleveland VA Medical Center.
3 Case Western Reserve University, Biomedical Engineering, US.


 

#Jury "Jury"

The 2014 Jury
 

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Gernot R. Müller-Putz

Chair
 

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Philip N. Sabes

BCI Award Winner 2013
 

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Deniz Erdogmus


 

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 Peter Brunner


 

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Tomasz M. Rutkowski


 

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Mikhail A. Lebedev


 

#Ceremony "Ceremony"
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The Awards Ceremony 2014
 

The Award Ceremony took place during the 5th International Brain-Computer Interface Meeting 2014 at the University of Technology, Graz in Austria, September 16th–19th, 2014

Photography by Johannes Gellner, Graz. AUT