IBME-FBS: Technology for Therapeutic Healthcare and Assisted Living

 Technology for Therapeutic Healthcare and Assisted Living”


- 24th April from 10am, in the basement Lecture Theatre in the ION Clinical Neuroscience Centre33 Queen Square
It would be very helpful if attendees could wear their UCL ID as entry to the lecture theatre is via an NHS outpatient department.
This will be a day-long event to promote links between the Faculty of Brain Sciences and Faculty of Engineering, by showcasing the excellent Biomedical research that is ongoing and discussing future requirements.

Academics and clinicians from the Faculty of Brain Science/Queen Square will share their engineering needs with the engineers in the Faculty of Engineering and the engineers will in turn present potential neuro-applications of their technology & know-how.

With a view to seeding new ideas, creating new relationships around both research & access to funding and forming partnerships for future collaborative research projects, this meeting will be the first in a series aimed at increasing awareness between the faculties and forming partnerships for future collaborations.  At the end of the meeting we will be going to a nearby pub for refreshments.

schedule for the day:
10am—10.30: Quentin Pankhurst, IBME Director
10.30—11.00: Steve Moss – Enterprise in UCL


11.00—11.30: Clare Elwell (Eng)
11.30—12.00: Julie Daniels (FBS)


12.00—1.30pm: lunch break & networking


1.30—1.50: Andreas Demosthenous (Eng)
1.50—2.10: Sebastian Crutch (FBS)
2.10—2.30: Adrien Desjardins (Eng)
2.30—2.50: Steven Dakin (FBS)


2.50—3.10: afternoon break


3.10—3.30: Nick Donaldson (Eng)
3.30—3.50: Joern Diedrichsen (FBS)
3.50—4.10: Nick Tyler (Eng)
4.10—4.30: Parashkev Nachev (FBS)


4.30—5.15: general discussion/summing up/what next?


5.30pm: pub
If you wish to attend, please register at:


Do please forward to colleagues you think would be interested & we look forward to seeing you there!

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