Travel Award

brainExcellence in Neural Engineering Travel Award

Student competition to promote excellence in Neural Interfacing

Travel to the conference (up to $1000) will be reimbursed for winners selected from abstracts submitted to the conference.

Please contact DM Durand ( with a copy of your abstract.

The award winners will be announced at the Symposium: Engineering at the Neural Interface (on Saturday, August 20)

Chair: Dominique Durand, CWRU


  •  Jose Carmena, University of California Berkeley:  Recording brain activity with dust
  •  William Tyler, Arizona State University: Stimulating neurons with ultrasound
  •  Jonathan Viventi: Duke University:  Brain recording with flexible electronics
  •  Dominique Durand: Case Western Reserve: Nerve Recording with flexible materials