IFESS anniversary special session

Pushing the boundaries of FES deployment

Organized by Thierry Keller, Milos Popovic, Manfred Bijak and Christine Azevedo Coste

6 lectures followed by a round table: ‘How can push the boundaries of FES deployment: in clinics, at home, in research, and in industry’

DejDejan2012an B Popovic, Institute of Technical Sciences, Serbian academy of Sciences and Arts
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade (Serbia)
“Short history of the IFESS society and spread out of their protagonists”
Kenichi Yoshidayoshidak_md, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (USA)
“FES neural interfaces: Pushing ideas and models into prototypes”
DEU, Berlin, 29.06.2015, 2. BMBF-Zukunftskongress Demografie: Technik zum Menschen bringen, im Gasometer,  [ (c) Wolfgang Borrs, Wiener Str. 11, D-10999 B e r l i n, Mobile +49.171.5332491, www.borrs.de, mail@borrs.de;  ]Thomas Stieglitz, Laboratory for Biomedical Microtechnology, Department of Microsystems Engineering – University of Freiburg – IMTEK (Germany)
“FES neural interfaces: Pushing the boundaries in clinical applications and in industry”
Mayr2aWinfried Mayr, Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering – Medical University of Vienna (Austria)
“FES Medical Devices: Pushing the boundaries in applications and industry”
Paul TaylorPaul Taylor, National Clinical FES Centre, Salisbury, UK
“FES Drop foot systems: Pushing the boundaries in industry and use”
Thierry_smallThierry Keller, TECNALIA Research & Innovation, Donostia – San Sebastian (Spain)
The IFESS society: A triangle of research & science, clinical application, and industrial exploitation?

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