Program

Program

Start Time End Time Duration
2015/10/28
13:00 13:00 0:00 Opening remark Shigeyuki Oba (Kyoto)
13:00 13:40 0:40 Speaker 1-1 Klaus-Robert Müller (TU Berlin)
13:40 14:20 0:40 Speaker 1-2 Aapo Hyvärinen (Helsinki)
14:20 14:35 0:15 Break
14:35 15:15 0:40 Speaker 1-3 Masashi Sugiyama (Tokyo)
15:15 15:45 0:30 Speaker 1-4 Motoaki Kawanabe (ATR)
15:45 16:00 0:15 Break
16:00 16:40 0:40 Speaker 1-5 Jun Fujiki (Fukuoka)
16:40 17:20 0:40 Speaker 1-6 Ryohei Fukuma (Osaka)
17:20 18:00 0:40 Speaker 1-7 Marco Cuturi (Kyoto)
18:00 18:30 0:30 Poster Session
2015/10/29
9:00 9:40 0:40 Speaker 2-1 Pieter-Jan Kindermans (TU Berlin)
9:40 10:20 0:40 Speaker 2-2 Wojciech Samek (Fraunhofer HHI)
10:20 10:35 0:15 Break
10:35 11:15 0:40 Speaker 2-3 Siamac Fazli (Korea)
11:15 11:55 0:40 Speaker 2-4 Tomasz “Tomek” M. Rutkowski (Tsukuba)
11:55 13:05 1:10 Lunch Break
13:05 13:45 0:40 Speaker 2-5 Jun’ichiro Hirayama (ATR)
13:45 14:25 0:40 Speaker 2-6 Toshihisa Tanaka (TUAT)
14:25 14:40 0:15 Break
14:40 15:20 0:40 Speaker 2-7 Shinji Nishimoto (Osaka)
15:20 16:00 0:40 Speaker 2-8 Shigeyuki Oba (Kyoto)
16:00 16:00 Closing remark Klaus-Robert Müller (TU Berlin)

 

Speakers

  • Klaus-Robert Müller (TU Berlin, Germany)
    “Machine Learning and Brain Computer Interfacing”
  • Aapo Hyvärinen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
    “Orthogonal Connectivity Factorization: Interpretable Decomposition of Variability in Correlation Matrices”
  • Masashi Sugiyama (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
    “Machine Learning Techniques for Covariance Matrices”
  • Motoaki Kawanabe (ATR, Japan)
    “On possibilities and difficulties in adaptive brain- computer interface in real environments”
  • Jun Fujiki (Fukuoka University, Japan)
    “Geometry of multiclass Fisher’s linear discriminant analysis via communication theory”
  • Ryohei Fukuma (Osaka University, Japan)
    “Real-time BMI using ECoG for paralyzed patients”
  • Marco Cuturi (Kyoto University, Japan)
    “Regularized Optimal Transport and Applications to Brain Imaging”
  • Pieter-Jan Kindermans (TU Berlin, Germany)
    “Zero-Training for Brain-Computer Interfaces”
  • Wojciech Samek (Fraunhofer HHI, Germany)
    “Divergence-based Spatial Filtering for robust BCI”
  • Siamac Fazli (Korea University, Korea)
    “Recent advances in neurotechnology for BCI”
  • Tomasz “Tomek” M. Rutkowski (Tsukuba university, Japan)
    “Brain–Robot and Speller Interfaces Using Spatial Multisensory Brain-computer Interface Paradigms”
  • Jun’ichiro Hirayama (ATR, Japan)
    “Unifying blind separation and clustering for resting-state EEG/MEG functional connectivity analysis”
  • Toshihisa Tanaka (Tokyo University of Aglicalture and Technology, Japan)
    “Two types of data shrinkage for brain-computer interfaces — Toward small data processing”
  • Shinji Nishimoto (Osaka University, Japan)
    “Decoding visual experiences: toward a quantitative basis for vision-based BCI”
  • Shigeyuki Oba (Kyoto Uniersity, Japan)
    “How to handle rich dynamical intention with co-adaptive BCI?”

ZIP archive of abstract : AdaptBCI_Talk_Abstract

Posters

  1. Kiret Dhindsa, Dean Carcone, and Suzanna Becker
    An Open-Ended Approach to BCI: Embracing Individual Differences by
    Allowing for User-Defined Mental Commands
  2. Mariko Matsumoto
    Silent Speech Classification using BCI
  3. Sumit Soman and Jayadeva
    High Performance EEG Signal Classification using Classifiability and
    the Twin SVM
  4. Jacobo Fernandez-Vargas, Lee Yee Chu, Kahori Kita, and Wenwei Yu
    BCI Optimization for 3D Continuos Hand Movement Reconstruction from
    EEG and EMG recordings
  5. Andrey Eliseyev and Tetiana Aksenova
    Recursive N-Way PLS for the adaptive multisession calibration of ECoG
    based BCI system
  6. Jun Fujiki
    Geometry of multiclass Fisher’s linear discriminant analysis via
    communication theory
  7. Jeong-Sug Kyong, June Sic Kim, and Chun Kee Chung
    Extracting EEG synchrony index for speech decoding using mutual information
  8. Yumi Shikauchi and Shin Ishii
    Robust anticipation of future scene views during goal-directed
    navigation in frontoparietal network
  9. Yoshiki Azuma, Yumi Shikauchi, and Shin Ishii
    Reconstruction of three-dimensional multi-finger movements from MEG signals

ZIP archive of abstract : AdaptBCI_Poster_Abstract