Program and poster list

* Each oral presentation is 20 min. talk + 5 mon. Qs and As.
Microfluidic systems for neuroscience
"Microfluidics Neuro-Engineering for Brain on Chip Applications",
Prof. Thibault HONEGGER, LTM, CNRS, Grenoble, France
"Memristive Devices: from Bio-Inspired Computing to Artificial Neural Networks",
Prof. Fabien ALIBART, IEMN-CNRS, University of Lille, France
"Organized Brain Cell Structures on Chip",
Prof. Catherine VILLARD, Institut Curie, IPGG, Paris, France
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Coffee break and poster session
Neurological diseases and biomedical applications
"Astrocytes Replacement Recovers Neuronal Synchronizations in ATM-Deficient Cerebellar Circuits in-Vitro",
Prof. Paolo BONIFAZI, Biocruces Health Research Institute, Bilbao, Spain
"Early Perturbations in the Spinal Motor Networks of the SOD1 ALS Mouse Model",
Prof. Pascal BRANCHEREAU, INCIA, University of Bordeaux, France
"Restoring Speech from Thoughts: First Steps and Current Neurotechnological Developments",
Prof. Blaise YVERT, BrainTech Laboratory, INSERM and University of Grenoble, France
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Lunch and poster session
Opening remarks 14h00
Closed discussion between neuroscientists and neuro-electronic, neuro-fluidic researchers for project definition (only for speakers)
Neuromorphic Systems
"A Qualitative Approach to Silicon Neuronal Networks",
Prof. Takashi KOHNO, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan

"Biomimetic Spiking Neural Network for Biohybrid Systems",
Prof. Timothée LEVI, IMS Lab, University of Bordeaux, France

"Computing with Physical (Analog) Systems",
Prof. Jennifer HASLER, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
"Electrical Coupled Morris-Lecar Neurons: From Design to Pattern Analysis",
Prof. Jean-Marie BILBAULT, University of Bourgogne, Frane
Coffee break and poster session
Platform for 'in vitro' culture
"Microfluidics with Micro Electrode Arrays for Stimulation and Recording of Neuronal Junctions",
Prof. Benoît CHARLOT, IES, University of Montpellier, France
"Interfacing Biologic Tissues and Electronic Systems"
Prof. Yannick Bornat, IMS Lab, University of Bordeaux, France
"Development of Nanotool Platform for Neuronal Interfacing at the Single-Cell Level",
Prof. Guilhem LARRIEU, LAAS, University of Toulouse, France
  • Maximum size of a poster is A0 (vertical).

  • [P1] "Online Fully Unsupervised Spike-Sorting by an STDP Neural Network"
    Marie Bernert1, 2 and Blaise Yvert2
    1CEA-LETI, Grenoble, France
    2BrainTech Lab, INSERM U1205, Grenoble, France

  • [P2] "Surface Topography Structuration Versus Chemical Surface Functionalization: Two Different Routes to Master Neuronal Network Organization"
    Adrien CASANOVA1, Marie-Charline BLATCHE1, Aurélie LECESTRE1, Laurent MAZENQ1, Cécile FERRE2, Daniel GONZALEZ-DUNIA2, Liviu NICU1, and Guilhem LARRIEU1
    1LAAS-CNRS, Universit&ecaute; de Toulouse, CNRS, Toulouse, France
    2CPTP-INSERM, Toulouse, France

  • [P3] "Capabilities of a Spinal Like Regulator (SLR) Network to Control Elbow Movement with Gravity and Perturbation"
    Matthieu Guémann (PT, PhD Cdt)1, Florent Paclet1, Damien RICARD (MD)1, Eric Lapeyre (MD)1, Daniel Cattaert1, and Aymar de Rugy1
    1Team HYBRID, INCIA CNRS UMR 5287, Bordeaux, France

  • [P4] "FPGA Implementation of the Hodgkin-Huxley Model for Neurological Disease Study"
    Farad Khoyratee1, Timothée Levi1, and Sylvain Saïghi1
    1IMS Lab, University of Bordeaux, Talence, France

  • [P5] "System for the Multichannel, Real-Time Analysis of Pancreatic Signals"
    Antoine Pirog1 and Romain Perrier2
    1IMS, CNRS UMR5218, University of Bordeaux, France
    2CBMN, CNRS UMR5248, University of Bordeaux, France

  • [P6]"Structural Connectivity Modulation of Neural Networks in Compartmentalized Microfluidic Chip"
    Marianne Elias1 and Thibault Honegger1
    1Laboratoire des Technologies de la Microélectronique, CNRS c/o CEA, Grenoble, France

  • [P7]"Ultrasonics Communications in Human Body"
    Francois Rivet1 , Hervé Lapuyade1, Yann Deval1
    1IMS Lab, CNRS 5218, IPB, University of Bordeaux, Talence, France

  • [P8]"Wave-based Resonant Microsensors for Environmental and Health Related Detection Applications"
    Corinne Dejous1, Laurent Béchou1, Hamida Hallil1 , Simon Hemour1, Simon Joly1 , Jean-Luc Lachaud1, Laurent Oyhenart1, Vincent Raimbault1, Dominique Rebière1, Ollivier Tamarin1
    1IMS Lab, CNRS 5218, IPB, University of Bordeaux, Talence, France

  • [P9]"Brain-Computer Interface: Analyses of Different Virtual Keyboards for Improving Usability"
    L. Audin-Garcia1, V. Lespinet-Najib1, M. Menoret1, B. Claverie1 , JM. André1, and R. Ron-Angevin2
    1IMS Lab, CNRS 5218, Groupe CIH, ENSC-INP, France
    2Malaga University, Espagne

  • [P10]"Spelling Brain-Computer Interfaces and Eye-tracking in a Patient with Amiothrophic Lateral Scleroses"
    L. Audin-Garcia1, V. Lespinet-Najib1, L. Renault1, B. Loubière2, G. Le Masson2, and R. Ron-Angevin3
    1IMS Lab, CNRS 5218, Groupe Cognitique, ENSC-INP, France
    2Centre ALS CHU-Bordeaux
    3Malaga University, Espagne

  • [P11]"An IC-based controllable stimulator for in vivo experiments"
    Jonathan Castelli1
    1 University of Bordeaux, France

  • [P12]"HUMO Project (HUman MOnitoring): evaluating the cognitive load state thanks to the extraction of physiological signatures"
    Vincent Lenhardt1, Jean-Marc André1, Veronique Lespinet-Najib1, Eric Grivel1 , Pierrick Legrand2 , Jérôme Saracco2, and Frédérique Faïta-Ainseba3
    1Cognitic/Signal & Image Teams,IMS Lab, Talence, France
    2IMB/INRIA Labs, Talence, France
    3University of Bordeaux (Cognitic/Neurosciences), Talence, France