DAY 1 - APRIL 22 (Vienna time)


8:00 | Brain-computer interface and neurotechnology overivew

Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) & Hackathon Host 09:00 | How to record EEG with 99% purity index Francisco Fernandes, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

10:00 | Olfactory/scent BCI and healthy aging neurobiomarkers using EEG, electrobulbography, fNIRS, eye tracking Tomasz M. Rutkowski, RIKEN AIP & The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (JP) 11:00 | g.tec Suite – real-time processing and off-line analysis Martin Walchshofer, g.tec medical engineering GmbH, Schiedlberg (AT) 12:00 | he impact of robotics and other modern technologies on the lives of humans and other living organisms Masa Jazbec, University of Art and Design Linz (AT) 13:00 | g.tec Suite to control Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

Bernard Wong, g.tec neurotechnology Hong Kong (HK) 14:00 | ECoG and stereo-EEG for BCIs: hardware and software requirements Christoph Kapeller, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 15:00 | Speech decoding and synthesis from intracranial signals Dean Krusienski, Virginia Commonwealth University (USA) 16:00 | Running EP experiments: auditory, visual, vibro-tactile MSlobodan Tanackovic, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

17:00 |Robotic couture – BCIs in fashion. Screendress and much more Anouk Wipprecht, Fashion Designer (USA)

18:00 |Making better BCIs: BCIs create synthetic heksors Jon Wolpaw, National Center for Adaptive Neurotechnologies (USA)

19:00 | Neuromotor interfaces for human computer interaction at Meta

Alexandre Gramfort, Meta Reality Labs (USA)

20:00 | Closed-loop experiments with EEG and functional electrical stimulation and TMS

Alexander Lechner, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

                                                        DAY 2 - APRIL 23 (Vienna time)
                                                      STATE-OF-THE-ART NEUROMODULATION

08:00 | Optimizing open-loop and closed-loop brain stimulation procedures Johannes Gruenwald, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 09:00 | The endovascular neural interface: from proof of concept to the clinical trial Sam John, University of Melbourne (AU) & Hackathon Host

10:00 | Exploring the neural mechanisms of normal and abnormal brain functions in humans using


Shenghong He, Oxford University, (UK)

11:00 | Direct cortical responses, axono-cortical and cortico-cortical evoked potential to guide

brain (tumor) surgery: interests, measures and interpretations Francois Bonnetblanc, Université de Montpellier (FR) 12:00 | Cortical dynamics and neurotechnological challenge Mavi Sanchez, IDIBAPS (ES) 13:00 | Combining MEG, EEG, ECoG Milena Korostenskaja, g.tec neurotechnology USA (USA) 14:00 | Rhythmic entertainment in cortical dynamics

Kai Miller, Mayo Clinic, (USA) 15:00 | Decoding cross-modal information from the brain using intracranial recordings David Brang, University of Michigan (USA) 16:00 | Investigation of high frequency oscillations of iEEG with computational intelligence

for the rapid localization of seizure onset zone in epilepsy

Nuri Firat Ince, Mayo Clinic (USA) 17:00 | Tractography, brain stimulation und mapping for white matter navigation Christoph Kapeller, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 19:00 | Configuring an EEG/ECoG lab

Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

20:00 CEST| Brain-to-text and brain-to-voice

Nicholas Scott Card, Maitreyeee N. Wairagkar, UC Davis (USA), 1st place winner BCI Award

DAY 3 - APRIL 24 (Vienna time)  

08:00 | Leisure, arts and productivity: expectations and challenges for BCIs in the ear of AI Michele Romani, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

09:00 | The Next Level: Integrating BCI in Modern Gaming Experiences Ethel Pruss, Caterina Ceccato, Anita Vrins, Jos Prinsen, Thilburg University (NL) 10:00 | EEG in action – extracting fMRI guided EEG biomarkers for therapy Oded Kraft, Graymatters, (IL) 11:00 | User training in motor imagery brain-computer interfaces Maryam Alimardani, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (NL) & Hackathon Host 12:00 | g.Pangolin – 1024 channel ultra high-density EEG grids Leo Schreiner, Matteo La Rosa, Pauline Schomaker, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT), Sabienza University (IT), University of Groningen (NL) 13:00 | Noninvasive in-vivo whole heart electrophysiological mapping Gaby Captur, University College London (UK) 14:00 | Next frontiers of artificial intelligence in brain computer interfaces Nadia Mammone, University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria (IT) 15:00 | Towards finding an objective and data-driven approach for defining real

TMS-EEG from sham responses

Ahmadreza Keihani, University of Pittsburgh (USA) 16:00 | Challenges and opportunities in studying effective connectivity through TMS-EEG coregistration Marta Bortoletto, IRCCS Centro San Giovanni di Dio Fatebenefratelli (IT) 17:00 | Immersion and how to have a realistic experience based on cognitive factors Jonas Vibell, University of Hawaii (USA) 18:00 | Hyperscanning – EEG recordings from multiple subjects with cognitive load Francisco Fernandes, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

19:00 | How to get clean EEG and ECoG data by running OSCAR

Johannes Gruenwald, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

20:00 | A high-performance neuroprosthesis for speech decoding and avatar control

Kaylo Littlejohn, University of California, San Francisco, 2nd place winner BCI Award (USA)

                    DAY 4 - APRIL 25 (Vienna time)


08:00 | Current research at SHIBAURA University Shin’ichiro Kanoh, Shibaura Institute of Technology (JP) 09:00 | Configuring a BCI and neurotechnology lab Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 10:00 | Recording spikes from micro-electrocorticographic array: Applications for

brain-computer interface

Jack Yu Tung Lo, National Neuroscience Institute (SG)

11:00 | BCIs in Essex Reinhold Scherer, Essex University (UK) & Hackathon Host 12:00 | Neuroimaging findings of human brain changes following long-duration spaceflight

to the International Space Station and during zero-g flights Steven Jillings, University of Antwerp (BE) 13:00 | Hybrid brain-machine interfaces for remote monitoring & neurorehabilitation of neurological disorders Zied Tayeb, University of Lincol (UK), Myelin-H (LX)

14:00 | Electrical stimulation evoked biomarkers of human brain networks

Dora Hermes, Mayo Clinic (USA) 15:00 | Neurofeedback in Virtual Reality – DTx in the new dimension! Christian Gnerlich, brain.jo (GE) 16:00 | Neurotechnology and spatial design synergies – from microcontrollers to cities Firas Safieddine, Spatial Forces (ES) 17:00 | Wireless EEG and fNIRS recordings

Maria Antonia Piedrahita, Patrick Reitner, g.tec medical engineering Colombia (CO), g.tec

medical engineering GmbH (AT)

18:00 | Recording biosignals from different and multiple amplifiers Micah Ching, g.tec medical engineering Canada (CA)

19:00 | TMS experiments with active and passive EEG electrodes

Slobodan Tanackovic, Patrick Reitner, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

20:00 | Wearable BCIs and Virtual Reality: neuroergonomics meets the metaverseverse
Tiago Falk, INRS-EMT (CA)

DAY 5 - APRIL 26  (Vienna time)

08:00 | Wireless EEG recordings and sports Francisco Fernandes, g.tec medical engineering, Schiedlberg (AT) 09:00 | Non-invasive neuro-interfaces for interacting with robotics exoskeletons Jose Maria Azorin, Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche, Alicante (ES) 10:00 | Sleep analyses – when we go beyond EEG? Samu Kainulainen, University of Eastern Finland (FI) 11:00 | Don’t believe the hype: neuroprivacy and the importance of ecological validity Oskar MacGregor, University of Skövde, Sweden 12:00 | Research on paradigm design, algorithm optimization and application of Brain-computer Jing Jin, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, (CN) 13:00 | Neurophysiologically based brain state tracking & modulation: integrating brain implants

& cloud brain co-processors

Vaclav Kremen, Mayo Clinic (USA) 14:00 | Alphabet reversal writing in children’s learning process: a study of event-related

potential in alerting, orienting, and inhibition Ivy Jong Hui Ying, Universiti Sains Malaysia (MY) 15:00 | Decoding speech from human motor cortex to restore communication for people with paralysis Dan Rubin, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital (USA) 16:00 | BCI-fi: BCI science fiction Brendan Z. Allison, UCSD, San Diego, California (USA) 17:00 | On the role of synergies in human-robot interaction Ramana Kumar Vinjamuri, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (USA) 18:00 | Using multi-channel intracortical microstimulation to elicit tactile feedback Charles Greenspon, University Chicago, 3rd place winner BCI Award (USA)

19:00 | Measuring EEG in dolphines

Matt Schalles, Aurora University (USA)

20:00 | The g.tec configurator and the Unicorn Educational Kit

Fan Cao, g.tec medical engineering GmbH, Schiedlberg (AT)

                          DAY 6 - APRIL 27 (Vienna time)
                            BR41N.IO DESIGNERS' HACKATHON

                               09:00 | BR41N.IO Hackathon introduction                                Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering (AT) 09:30 | Unicorn Hybrid Black and Unicorn Headband demonstration Martin Walchshofer, Leo Schreiner, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 10:30 | Unicorn Unity Gaming Interface Michele Romani, Bernard Wong, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

11:00 | Motor imagery, P300, SSVEP, ECoG data-sets Sebastian Sieghartsleitner,  Johannes Grünwald, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

11:30 | Start BR41N.IO Hackathon with hosting institutes & team formation 12:00 | All day hacking

16:00 | Neurotechnology and the community: learnings from the decade and the path


Mohit Patil, NeuroTechX, Roswell Park Cancer Research Center (USA) 24:00 | All night hacking

DAY 7 - APRIL 28  (Vienna time)

06:00 | All night & day hacking

14:00 | Project presentations of each team 18:00 | BR41N.IO Ceremony

Jury members 18:30 | BR41N.IO participation certificates

                                  DAY 8 -APRIL 29 (Vienna time)
                                      BCIS FOR NEUROREHABILITATION                                      

09:00 | How to help stroke patients and patients with Multiple Sclerosis with brain-computer interfaces Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

10:00 | recoveriX stroke therapy – A practice session Marc Sebastian, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (ES) 11:00 | recoveriX study with different control groups Kenneth Fong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HK) 12:00 | Bridging science and neurotechnology to neurorehabilitation: BCI training for neurological disorders Jorge Alves, Centro Cerebro, recoveriX Braga (PT)

13:00 | Lower limb stroke rehabilitation with recoveriX Nadav Schechter, recoveriX-gym Binyamina and Jerusalem (IL) 14:00 | Brain assessment parameters for stroke Sebastian Sieghartsleitner, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 15:00 | Different apps for upper and lower limb therapy Rupert Ortner, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (ES) 16:00 | Vox per machina: BCI communication in ALS, stroke and deep coma Benjamin Svejgaard Jørgensen, Aalborg Universitetshospital (DK) 17:00 | recoveriX in clincial routine around the world

Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 18:00 | Decoding pain relief: electrophysiological markers of chronic pain in spinal cord stimulation Ilknur Telkes, Florida Atlantic University (USA) 19:00 | Decoding of brain signals for brain-computer interfaces at the NTLab Javier Mauricio Antelis Ortíz, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara (MX) 20:00 | Off-line analysis of EEG-data with g.BSanalyze Danut Irimia, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (RO)

DAY 9 - APRIL 30  (Vienna time)


09:00 | BCI for the assessment, prediction, communication & rehabilitation of patients with disorders of consciousness Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 10:00 | mindBEAGLE assessment, communication, predication, rehabiliation Ren Xu, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

11:00 | Hemodynamic brain-computer interfaces for functional brain assessment, communication and neurotherapy

Bettina Sorger,  Maastricht University (NL)

12:00 | The diagnostic research on Locked in Syndrome based on BCI Haibo Di, Hangzhou Normal Univerity (CN) 13:00 | BCIs for the assessment of locked-in and complete locked-in patients Rossella Spataro, University of Palermo (IT) 14:00 | Assessing preserved brain functions and outcome prognostication in comatose patients after cardiac arrest Marzia De Lucia, CHUV (CH) 15:00 | Hans Berger’s Resting-State EEG Alpha Rhythms after a Century Claudio Babiloni, Sapienza University Di Roma (IT) 16:00 | The big picture of consciousness Damien Cruse, University of Birmingham (UK) 17:00 | Real-time assessment of conenctration performance Laura Corso, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (RO)

18:00 | Better neurotechnology for better clinical care Steven Laureys, CERVO Brain Research Centter (CA)

19:00 | Cognition in DOC patients: assessment and management

Cristi Salinas, Neuropsychologist, Winter Park, Florida (USA)

20:00 | Off-line analysis of ERPs with g.Bsanalyze

Rupert Ortner, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

                                                                      DAY 10 - MAY  1 (Vienna time)


09:00 | Functional mapping with the ECoG and Cortico-Cortical Evoked Potentials Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 10:00 | ECS-based neuromodulation with HGA-dynamics in neurosurgery Kyousuke Kamada, Mengumino Hospital (JP)

11:00 | cortiQ 2.0: Running functional mapping procedures in real-time with high-gamma and

ultra-high gamma

Christoph Kapeller, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 12:00 | High-gamma activity mapping in the neurosurgical field Takahiro Sanada, Asahikawa Medical Universit (JP) 13:00 | High-frequency oscillations and 3D mapping of activity of grids and stereo EEG Mostafa Mohammadpour, Michael Jordan, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT) 14:00 | Probing physiology and pathology of the human brain connectome by CCEP

Riki Matsumoto, Kobe University Hospital (JP) 15:00 | Functional mapping with stereo EEG in pediatric epilepsy surgery

Masanori Takeoka, Boston Children’s Hospital , Harvard Medical School (USA)

16:00 | Clinical aspects of high-gamma mapping

Milena Korostenskaja, g.tec neurotechnology USA (USA) 17:00 | Dynamic tractography atlas animates the physiologic and pathologic network dynamics through the white matter Eishi Asano, Wayne State University (USA)

18:00 | High-gamma mapping and gamma echo Peter Brunner, Washington University School of Medicine (USA) 19:00 | Very difficult exam and social media challenge Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

20:00 | Attendees certificates and closing remarks Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH (AT)

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