Theatre 10

This agenda is from the 2018 show. The 2019 agenda is to be announced closer to the show.

Wednesday 6th June

Thursday 7th June


11.00 - 11.30

Anna Wehling

rFMS in neurorehabilitation

The presentation aims at showing the use of rFMS (repetitive functional magnetic stimulation) in motor disturbance images which are related to an increase in tone and paresis. By means of a coil, magnetic impulses (up to approximately 4.5 tesla), duration 280 µs, are generated. They induce an electric field that depolarizes nerves and neuronal tissue. rFMS offers the possibility of triggering muscle activities even if the patient has little or no access to motoric functions. Thus, a path towards movement can be facilitated and this can help in relearning motor functions respectively locomotion patterns. In the context of sensory-motor neurorehabilitation, rFMS opens interesting new fields of use in findings as well as for therapy. Video examples will be shown to demonstrate how different stimulation modules can decrease hypertonic muscles and activate paretic muscles or muscle chains. Experience shows that rFMS can be a sensible addition in neurorehabilitation.


11.45 - 12.15

Khashayar Pazooki

Neurofeedback in treatment of the negative systems of schizophrenia.

Presentation of the latest study quantitative results (statistics) in above studies showing QEEG based neurofeedback treatment protocols in the treatment of the above mentioned diseases.


12.30 - 13.00

Donghyeon Kim

Guiding technology for electrical brain stimulation

Electrical brain stimulation (EBS) is a kind of method to relieve neurological disease such as, stroke, depression, Alzheimer’s disease. In this speak, we describe the brief concept of electrical brain stimulation and its therapeutic effect. Finally, we showed our approach for the advance usage of EBS using neuronavigation system.


13.15 - 13.45

Stuart Black

Neurofeedback & Applied EEG Neuroscience: Past, Present & Future

The field of the applied neuroscience of the EEG challenges conventional thinking. It promises a revolution in the treatment of neurological issues and mental health disorders. New possibilities for the the potential of our individual and collective human brains. We can already enable paraplegics to walk with exoskeletons using EEG. Advanced analysis techniques can identify pathological neuromarkers from our brainwaves. In this tour of the field get answers to the difficult questions – what is it?, what can we learn from the EEG? how can feedback change the brain? how does it work?, what’s the evidence?, why haven’t I heard of it?, how do you know it’s not placebo? Learn about the potential of the technology, together with the limitations of current approaches. Hear a compelling vision of the future, transforming billions of lives and shifting human consciousness to new levels.


14.00 - 14.30

Professor Michael Banissy

Can transcranial electric stimulation be used to aid cognition?

Recently, transcranial electric stimulation (tES) has been suggested to aid human performance across several domains. Despite this, our understanding of how tES influences the brain, and individual differences in performance change following tES remain limited. I will discuss how these gaps lead to several challenges of using tES as a tool to aid cognition.


14.45 - 15.15

Dr. Naresh Kumar Buttan

Interface between Psychiatry and Neurology

This presentation aims to highlight the overview of the link between ‘Brain & Mind’ and how conditions affecting one can affect the other. Few examples of epilepsy and psychosis, Parkinson’s disease and OCD and depression, OCD & Psychosis, delirium, stroke & depression and other neurological disorders with behavioural manifestations are discussed. This is not an in depth- analysis or any research paper, just revising the existing knowledge and sharing the experiences.