April 22, 2022
The Louvain Bionics organizes its annual symposium aiming at bringing together clinicians and neuroscientists interested in the fields of science and technology, medical sciences and humanities sciences research to improve patient care by boosting knowledge on how technology can best assist the human body.
9h-10h: Max Ortiz Catalan (Chalmers University of Technology, SW) Neuromusculoskeletal prostheses, a new concept of bionic limbs
10h-10h40: Christophe Lazaro (UCLouvain) Prosthetics and equality in sports: a pragmatist analysis of the Pistorius and Leeper cases.
10h40-11h00: Coffee break
11h00-11h40: Sylvie Nozaradan (UCLouvain, BE) Rhythm and brains: a multi-level approach to understand how the human brain processes musical rhythm
11h40-12h20: John A. Lee (UCLouvain, BE) Weak artificial intelligence to make radiation oncology and proton therapy stronger
12h30-14h: Lunch and poster session
14h-15h: Presentation of Incentive grant projects 2019 and 2020
Information about registration and abstract submission will be soon available