Human Brain Project Exhibition Day, Friday 23rd March 2018
Level I Galleries, London Science Museum
09.00 Introduction the HBP Innovation Forum Exhibition Day
09.10 Brains and Computers – The European Human Brain Project
09.50 The Innovation Strategy of the Human Brain Project
Patrick Haouat, CEO of Erdyn and consultant to the Human Brain Project on Innovation
10.30 The Innovation Journey
11.10 Coffee, Networking and Exhibition
11.40 Brain-inspired Innovation
Paul Verschure, Research Professor, Catalan Institute of Advanced Studies (ICREA), Director SPECS lab, Institute for Bioengineering of Catalunya, Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology, CEO of Eodyne Systems S.L.
12.20 Innovating with Emerging and Enabling Technologies
13.00 Buffet Lunch
14.00 Exhibition (with refreshments) and Research Showcase (short talks)
Research Showcase Talks
14:00 WhiskEye: the robot rat that sees and whisks. Martin Pearson, Bristol Robotics Lab.
14:15 Investigating the human brain’s predictive power at multiple scales – from single synapses to whole brains. Lars Muckli, Glasgow University.
14:30 Neuromorphic chips, smart vision, and real-world behavioural neuroscience. Robert Sachdev, Humboldt University, Berlin.
14:45 Theoretical Neuroscience: from neurons to large-scale networks and virtual brains. Petra Ritter, The European Institute of Theoretical Neuroscience.
15:00 Analysis of brain data. Aureli Soria-Frisch, StarLab
15:30 Novel brain activity interpretation. Nathan Intrator, School of Computer Science and Neuroscience, Tel Aviv University, and Neurosteer LTD.
15:45 Computers like Brains – How brain science can guide the design of novel computers. Simon Davidson, University of Manchester.
16:00 MiRo: A robot that thinks like an animal, Tony Prescott, Consequential Robotics Ltd and Sheffield Robotics.
16:15 The Rehabilitation Gaming System: Grounding Virtual Reality stroke rehabilitation in brain theory. Paul Verschure or Santiago Brandi, Eodyne Ltd.
16:30 Cyberselves: Exploring the world of humanoid robots. Daniel Camilleri, Sheffield Robotics/Sheffield University.