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Name

Affiliation

Country

Title

Jose L.
Contreras-Vidal

University of Houston

USA

Towards a Whole Body Brain-Machine Interface System for Decoding Expressive Movement Intent: Challenges and Opportunities

Cuntai Guan

Nanyang Technological University

Singapore

Detecting and Tracking Multiple Directional Movements in EEG based BCI

Hauke Heekeren

Free University of Berlin

Germany

How Incidental Affect Modulates Decision Making under Risk

Peter Konig

University of Osnabruck

Germany

Multimodal Integration, Attention and Sensory Augmentation

Andrea Kubler

University of Wurzburg

Germany

Quo Vadis - Visual P300-BCI?

Kai Miller

Stanford University

USA

A Template-Projection Approach to Decode Higher-Order Visual in Realtime and at The Perceptual Threshold

Gernot Muller-Putz

Graz University of Technology

Austria

Towards Non-Invasive EEG-based Arm/Hand-Control in Users with SCI

Klaus-Robert Muller

TU Berlin

Germany

Sparse Decoding and Explaining?

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