Scientific Program

November 4th

Thu

November 5th

Fri

November 6th

Sat

CROATIAN NEUROELECTRONICS SYMPOSIUM/ ZAGREB BIOELECTRONICS WORKSHOP 2021

Thursday, 4th November 2021

9.00-9.30

REGISTRATION

9.30-9.45

WELCOME AND OPENING

9.45-10.30

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Eric Daniel Głowacki: Advances in neural interface technology – minimalistic recording and stimulation

10.30-10.45

Jiri Ehlich: Oxygen Reduction Reactions at Neurostimulation Electrodes

10.45-11.05

COFFEE BREAK

11.05-11.30

Damir Kovačić: The use of graphene and hBN-based substrates for auditory neuroelectronic interfaces

11.30-11.45

Boris Delipetar: Recording of spontaneous action potentials and electrical stimulation of in-vitro spiral ganglion neurons acquired with high-density neuroelectronic interface

11.45-12.00

Jelena Žarković: Graphene-based in-vitro cell-culturing surfaces alter morphological properties of neonatal spiral ganglion neurons

12.00-12.30

Davor Horvatić: Human-Centric explainable AI for neuroscience: Revealing neuron population activity

12.30-13.45

LUNCH BREAK

13.45-14.10

Muammer Üçal: LOGOS-TBI: Light-controlled organic semiconductor implants for improved regeneration after traumatic brain injury

14.10-14.25

Marta Nowakowska: Activation of regeneration-associated pathways in neurons following photocapacitive stimulation

14.25-14.50

Theresa Rienmüller: Analysis, modeling and simulation in biomedical applications

14.50-15.05

Daniel Ziesel: Electrical stimulation methods for the preclinical treatment of TBI sequelae – an overview

15.05-15.25

COFFEE BREAK

15.25-15.40

Linda Waldherr: Chemo Ion Pumps for Tumor Treatment

15.40-15.55

Tony Schmidt: Light stimulation of mammalian cells on organic photocapacitors

15.55-16.10

Nikola Habek, Ivan Strinić: Founding of Laboratory for neuroelectronics and brain computer interactions @ Croatian Institute for Brain Research

16.10-16.35

Vedran Đerek: Micropyramid structured photo capacitive interfaces

16.35-16.50

Aleksandar Opančar: Functional tuning of photocapacitors by optimization of layers thicknesses

16.50-17.00

Anja Mioković: Characterization of transient fields around arbitrarily shaped OEPC devices

17.00

POSTERS AND DISCUSSIONS

ZAGREB BIOELECTRONICS WORKSHOP 2021

Friday, 5th November 2021

9.30-12.30

Faculty of Science, Physics department, laboratory F-013

Aleksandar Opančar: Structured bio-optoelectronics devices by physical vacuum deposition of organic pigments

9.30-12.30

Faculty of Science, Physics department, lecture hall F-201

Collaboration meeting sessions

12.30-13.30

LUNCH BREAK

13.30-15.00

Faculty of Science, Physics department, laboratory F-013

Vedran Đerek, Anja Mioković: Optoelectronic characterization of photocapacitors

14.00-17.00

Croatian Institute for Brain Research,

Laboratory for cellular neurophysiology R-219

 

Nikola Habek, Ivan Strinić: Acute brain slice preparation for electrophysiological recordings and Ca2+ Imaging

 

15.00-17.00

Faculty of Science, Physics department, lecture hall F-201

Aleksandar Opančar: 3D finite element method modeling of optoelectronic stimulation devices

Saturday, 6th November 2021

10.00-12.30

Faculty of Science, Physics department, lecture hall F-201

Collaboration meeting sessions

12.30-13.30

LUNCH BREAK

13.30-17.00

Open discussions and closing remarks

Organizers

Croatian Institute for Brain Research

University of Zagreb Faculty of Science, Department of Physics

Centre of Excellence for Basic, Clinical and Translational Neuroscience

University of Zagreb School of Medicine

The Croatian Neuroelectronics Symposium 2021 was co-financed by the Centre of Excellence for Basic, Clinical and Translational Neuroscience (project “Experimental and clinical research of hypoxic-ischemic damage in perinatal and adult brain”; GA KK01.1.1.01.0007 funded by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund) and Croatian Science Foundation project 3Doptobio (UIP-2019-04-1753).

The Zagreb Bioelectronics Workshop 2021 was financed by a Croatian Science Foundation project UIP-2019-04-1753 (3DOptoBio).