Meet the 2023 Sponsors & Exhibitors
ANT Neuro is a global corporation specialized in the development of medical and research applications. ANT Neuro was established in 1997, as a spin-off company of the University of Twente, Enschede. It now has offices located in Hengelo, The Netherlands; Berlin, Germany; London, UK; Philadelphia, USA; and Hong Kong, China. ANT Neuro specializes in being a single-source provider of high-performance products within neuroscience research and neurodiagnostics. Applications include BCI, EEG, EMG, TMS and MEG technology.
Brain Products is dedicated to the research and understanding of the human brain and nervous system. By offering versatile hardware and software solutions, we aim to provide end-to-end solutions to positively impact the complex and fascinating field of neuroscience. As a result of this dedication, Brain Products has become a worldwide leading manufacturer of neurophysiological research solutions.
CORTICO is the French Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) society that aims at bringing together researchers from different backgrounds and experience levels who work in the domain of BCI and Neurofeedback (NFB).
At CREmedical, we invent new technologies that help us understand the brain, and diagnose and treat brain disorders. We are the pioneer of tripolar concentric ring electrodes (TCREs), which offer a radical improvement over the existing electrode configurations. Our TCRE based electroencephalography (tEEG) sets a new standard for physiological sensing and brain-computer-interface. Our TCRE based transcranial focal electrical stimulation (TFS) provides a new paradigm for neuromodulation. Our integrative tEEG+TFS platform creates new capacities to image brain function and modulate the brain state.
Cyborg and Bionic Systems, a Science Partner Journal
The Science Partner Journal Cyborg and Bionic Systems is an online-only Open Access journal published in affiliation with Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) and distributed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The journal publishes original, peer-reviewed articles based on fundamental, applied science, or their interaction. It also covers a wide range of fields related to cybernetic organisms (cyborg) and bionic systems (CBS), mainly including robotics, biomedical engineering and neuro-engineering. spj.sciencemag.org/journals/cbsystems.
Development and manufacturing of biocompatible flexible substrates for brain electrodes and other neural electrodes. Near-hermetic encapsulation of semiconductors in flexible substrates.
G3ict - Global Initiative for Inclusive Information and Communication Technologies
NeuroAbilities is G3ict’s dedicated program to explore the current state of assistive solutions based on advanced neurotechnologies, Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), enabling persons with disabilities and older persons to better interact with their environment. G3ict is the Global Initiative for Inclusive Information Communication Technologies, launched in 2006 at the initiative of the United Nations to promote the digital accessibility and assistive technologies provisions of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Its division, the International Association of Accessibility Professionals, counts 5,800 members in 110 countries.
g.tec medical engineering
g.tec develops and produces high-performance brain-computer interfaces and neurotechnologies for invasive and non-invasive recordings for research or clinical purposes. g.tec?s products are internationally used in clinical environments or for research purposes such as the analysis of the brain, heart or muscle activity, brain assessments of severe brain injuries and disorders of consciousness, motor rehabilitation after stroke, neuromarketing, deep brain stimulation, brain mapping, neuro prosthesis control, communication, painting and closed-loop invasive and non-invasive BCI experiments.
mbt is a mobile EEG company committed to bringing innovation in neuroscience. We are a team of 20, gathered around the vision of becoming the best brain technology company and inspiration to scientist to continuously move the boundaries of neuroscience. We are seated in Belgrade, but we are present all around the world gathering the community of world?s leading researchers and scientists.
Neuracle Technology (Changzhou) Co., Ltd.
Neuracle Technology (Changzhou) Co., Ltd. was founded in November 2011, the core team is from Tsinghua University Neural Engineering Laboratory which is Top 5 Global Brain-Computer Intelligence Research Laboratories and medical market experts in the field of clinical neurology. Up to now, Neuracle has become a leading company in the field of brain-computer interface in China.
Neuroelectrics is a Spanish company pioneer in brain stimulation and artificial intelligence technologies and therapies to alleviate neurological diseases. The company currently offers the best-in-class non-invasive and high-definition electrical brain stimulation technology for personalized neuromodulation. By measuring and modifying brain function, they aim to restore brain health, minimize disabilities and create a better life for patients. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Barcelona and Boston, Neuroelectrics distributes its products in more than 40 countries for basic neuroscience and clinical research in hundreds of universities and academic medical centers.
NeuroXess was founded in November 2021, at the early stage of its establishment, it received 100 million yuan or roughly 15 million US dollars in angel round funding from institutions such as Shanda and Sequoia. This is the largest early investment in the field. Our core technology was awarded the SAIL Award (Super Artificial Intelligence Leader Award), at the 2021 World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai. This April, after four months? operation, NeuroXess was selected by MIT Tech Review as one of the 50 smartest companies in the world, becoming the fastest company to be selected in history ever.
NIRx Medizintechnik GmbH is a leading provider of comprehensive solutions for functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) research. Our non-invasive and user-friendly fNIRS technology enables the measurement of neural activity in the cortex and large-scale cortical networks, providing insights into the neural mechanisms underlying perception and cognition. Our complete range of research solutions includes a versatile multimodal hardware platform, advanced online and offline analysis software, expert technical and scientific support, and comprehensive training programs.
OpenBCI creates open-source hardware and software for biosensing. OpenBCI?s mission is to lower the barrier to entry for brain-computer interfacing, while ensuring that these technologies are adopted into the consumer landscape in an ethical way that protects user agency and mental health. Our latest project is called Galea. Galea is the first device that integrates EEG, EMG, EDA, PPG, and eye-tracking into a single headset. https://galea.co/
Postdoc & Student Committee - Brain Computer Interface Society
The Postdoc & Student Committee is comprised of BCI members who are undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, or having an equivalent position in industry. The Committee will seek to enhance the experience of students and postdocs by organizing and overseeing initiatives answering their professional and career development needs in the context of BCI research. The Committee also aims to provide a voice within the BCI Society for students and postdocs, and serves as a venue to discuss issues of concern and interest to students and postdocs.
Science Robotics is a multidisciplinary research journal covering traditional disciplines of robotics as well as emerging technologies closely related to robotics.
Synchron, a brain interface platform company, is a leader in the field of implantable neural interface technology. The clinical-stage company is developing a neuroprosthesis for the treatment of paralysis and the first endovascular implantable neuromodulation therapy. Future applications may include the potential to diagnose and treat conditions of the nervous system, including Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, depression, and hypertension. Headquartered in New York City, Synchron has offices in Silicon Valley, California and R&D facilities in Melbourne, Australia.
Tianqiao & Chrissy Chen Institute
The Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute (TCCI®) was created in 2016 by Tianqiao Chen and his wife Chrissy Luo, the founders of Shanda Group, with a US $1 billion commitment to help advance fundamental brain research around the world. TCCI® created TCCI for Neuroscience at Caltech in 2016. In 2017, the couple created the Tianqiao Chen Institute for Translational Research, a partnership with the Zhou Liangfu Foundation, Huashan Hospital and Shanghai Mental Health Ctr. In October 2020, TCCI opened the Chen Frontier Lab for Applied Neurotechnology and the Chen Frontier Lab for AI and Mental Health opened in July 2021.
Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute for Neuroscience at Caltech
The Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute for Neuroscience at Caltech was founded in 2016 with the generous support of philanthropists Tianqiao Chen and Chrissy Luo. It is a key component of a neuroscience initiative that is geared toward deepening our understanding of the brain’s structure and how the brain works at its most basic level, as well as why and how it fails as a result of disease or through the aging process. The Institute draws upon Caltech’s strengths across a broad range of disciplines, bringing together faculty from throughout Caltech’s academic divisions, catalyzing interactions within a diverse community of researchers.
Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering
The Wyss Center is an independent, non-profit, research organization that accelerates innovative therapies to transform the lives of people with brain disorders. The Center pursues transformational technologies in artificial intelligence, bio- and neuroengineering to restore essential neural functions and deliver precision therapeutics for people with debilitating neurological and mental health disorders. Based at Campus Biotech in Geneva, Switzerland, the Wyss Center partners with faculty, clinicians and industry, in Switzerland and internationally, to drive innovation and maximize clinical impact.