Program & registration

Our virtual edition of ANT Neuromeeting 2022 consists of two sessions, covering various topics in the fields of mental health, new technologies, neuroscience and artificial intelligence. Both days you will have a chance to ask questions, which our speakers will address at the end of the sessions. Registrations for both sessions are free of charge.

Thursday, 27 January (15:00 – 18:00 CET) 
Mental Health & New Technologies
Dr. Jean-François Aubry 
CNRS Research Director, Physics for Medicine Paris, France
Scientific Director of the Focused Ultrasound Foundation Center of Excellence, Paris, France
Dr. David Attali 
M.D. Psychiatrist, Sainte-Anne Hospital, GHU Paris psychiatrie & neurosciences, France
PhD student, Physics for Medicine Paris, France
"Neuronavigated Transcranial Ultrasound Stimulation: ready for prime time?"
Dr. Salvatore Campanella
Senior Research Associate
F.R.S. – FNRS, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
"The utility of cognitive ERPs in the management of psychiatric disorders"
Dr. Camille Jeunet 
CNRS Research Scientist
Aquitaine Institute for Cognitive and Integrative Neurosciences (INCIA), University of Bordeaux, France
“Could acceptability and usability of BCI user training procedures be (the) key to out of the lab BCI use?"
Prof. Michael Funke 
Associate Professor, Director of MEG Center
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, USA​​​​​​​
“EEG in human spaceflight research: A short review"
Prof. Patrique Fiedler
Junior professor, Head of the Department of Data Analysis in Life Sciences
Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany
“EEG signal quality and noise characteristics in spaceflight”
Friday, 28 January (15:00 – 18:00 CET)
Neuroscience & Artificial Intelligence
Dr. Sebastian Olbrich
Chief of Center for Depression, Anxiety Disorders and Psychotherapy

University of Zurich, Switzerland
“Deep learning, psychiatry and EEG: What we know and where to go”
Dr. Mahmoud Hassan
Research scientist
MINDig, Rennes, France; School of Science and Engineering, Reykjavik University, Iceland
“Electroencephalography connectomics of Parkinson’s disease”
Dr. Tomáš Páleníček
Psychiatrist, scientist
National Institute of Mental Health, Czech Republic 
“Psilocybin induced changes in approximate entropy and microstates predict long term positive effects on mood in healthy volunteers”
Prof. Ute Gschwandtner
Adjunct Professor
Department of Neurology, University Hospital of Basel, Switzerland
“QEEG, NIRS and neuropsychological analyses during a tai chi training program in patients with Parkinson’s disease”
Prof. Paolo Gargiulo
Full Professor, Director of the Institute of Biomedical and Neural Engineering
Reykjavik University Medical technology center Landspitali/Reykjavik University, Iceland
Dr. Mahmoud Hassan
Research scientist
MINDig, Rennes, France; School of Science and Engineering, Reykjavik University, Iceland
“Assessing postural control and motion sickness using electrophysiological signals”
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