The following papers have been accepted for presentation at the 11th International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER'23) to be held in Baltimore, USA, from 25-27 April 2023. NER is the gathering place for biomedical engineers, neuroscientists, and clinicians to exchange novel engineering tools for elucidating brain function and neuro technologies for the restoration and enhancement of impaired sensory, motor, and cognitive functions.
Some of the papers are collaborations with partners from other universities (such as Johns Hopkins University), TUM's University Hospital, and students of the Master program neuroengineering.
- Nicolas Berberich, Natalia Paredes Acuña, Benjamin Michael Lipp, Gordon Cheng: Embedding Ethics into Neuroengineering Education: A Human-Centered Engineering Course on Neurorehabilitation
- Fengyi Wang, Julio Rogelio Guadarrama Olvera, Nitish Thakor, Gordon Cheng: Bio-mimetic Neuromorphic Model for Heat-evoked Nociceptive Withdrawal Reflex in Upper Limb
- Nicholas Tacca, John Nassour, Gordon Cheng: Model predictive control of a soft elbow exosuit reduces interaction torque
- Nicolas Berberich, Laura Pilger, Natalia Paredes Acuña, Julio Rogelio Guadarrama Olvera, Florian Bergner, Adrian Dendorfer, Daniel Utpadel-Fischler, Gordon Cheng: Human-Centered Design of a Vibrotactile Sensory Substitution Belt for Feet Somatosensation in a Patient with Multiple Sclerosis
- Christopher L. Hunt, Keqin Ding, Christoph S. Wagner, Nicolas Berberich, Karahan Yilmazer, Gordon Cheng, Marlis Gonzalez-Fernandez, Nitish Thakor: Investigating the relationship between cue immersion and the strength of motor imagery during hand and wrist movements.