Other Dublin events

Expanding Minds: Neural interfaces, brain waves, and awe

Past event - 2024
13 May Doors Open 7pm
Start 7:30pm
End 9:30pm
Kennedy's, 30-32 Westland Row,
Dublin D02 FR90
Join us at Kennedy's on Monday, 13th May at 7:30pm to dive into neural interfaces, brain wave research, and the awe experience!


Navigating in fog: mapping brain waves in neurodegeneration

Rosie Giglia (PhD Candidate, Trinity College Dublin)
The brain’s electrical activity can tell us important information about the cognitive changes that often occur in neurodegenerative conditions like multiple sclerosis or motor neurone disease.

Healing injuries and interfacing with the brain using... pencils?

Jack Maughan (PhD Researcher, Trinity College Dublin, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland)
Ever wanted to heal an injury, but not had any magic lying around? Never fear, because you can heal injuries and enhance your mind with materials that are only a few atoms thick, made from pencils!

Awe for Positively Transformative Experiences Using Immersive Media

Assim Kalouaz (PhD Researcher, University College Dublin)
Unlocking awe's potential demands evidence-driven collaboration. This interdisciplinary approach holds the key to crafting awe-inspiring content with measurable impact, offering a gateway to positively transformative experiences using immersive media.
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