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The Lab is physically and academically located in the Center for Biomedicine Imaging and Modeling.

Konstantinos has become an affiliate member of the Rutgers Center for Cognitive Science.

Our paper "Pediatric Anklebot: Clinical Trials" was shortlisted among 330 papers for an oral presentation in BioRob '16, June 26-29, Singapore.

Konstantinos Michmizos receives the second place among CS Faculty for graduate-level teaching excellence.

http://www.cs.rutgers.edu/news/articles/2016/05/05/csgss-teaching-awards/

Our papers "Virtual Reality for Pediatric Neuro-Rehabilitation: Adaptive Visual Feedback of Movement to Engage the Mirror Neuron System" by Roopeswar Kommalapati and K. Michmizos and "A Biologically Inspired Image Classifier: Adaptive Feature Detection" by Jeff Ames and K. Michmizos were accepted for presentation at the 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC'16) to be held in Orlando, FL, 17-20 August 2016.

Konstantinos will be chairing the session 'Neurorehabilitation I' in the upcoming EMBC'16 in Florida.

Konstantinos was awarded a Busch Biomedical Grant ($50,000) for the period 2016-1018, in collaboration with the Neurosurgeons team at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, namely Stephen Wong, MD, Associate Professor of Neurology, Shabbar Danish, MD, Chief, Neurosurgery and Eric Hangreaves, PhD, Instructor in Neurosurgery. The title of the grant is "Computational Neuromodulation: Neuromarkers to personalize Deep Brain Stimulation."

The SAS has approved our proposal for a new Grad course on "Brain-inspired Computing".

The course will also be cross-listed as an undergraduate course for selective undergraduate students.

Congratulations to Chintan, Guangzhi, Neelesh and Praveen for successfully defending their MS theses!

Guangzhi and Neelesh will be continuing as PhD students