Schedule and Recent Meetings
The InnerSpace Foundation organizes and hosts meetings and conferences to facilitate the presentation and exchange of information related to the scientific and engineering goals of the foundation. IF Chairman and Chief Science Officer Dr. Preston Estep is also available for a limited number of speaking engagements to discuss the IF and science and engineering topics related to the goals of the IF. Please email us with inquiries.
April 28, 2008
IF presentation at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
IF Chairman and Chief Science Officer Dr. Preston Estep will be giving an invited talk to the Gerontology Research Group at UCLA. Time: 7 - 8 PM, Coffee and snacks; 8:00 - 9:15 PM, Lecture. Location: Auditorium 3400; Boelter Hall (Math Sciences) at UCLA; Closest parking structure = Lot No. 9. Directions: Take Westwood Blvd to the main UCLA campus entrance. A few blocks into the main campus, stop at the UCLA Parking Kiosk (located in the center of the street) and purchase a parking ticket ($8.00). Enter Lot 9 and park on Level 3 at the left-hand side of the structure (North-East side). Exit near the middle of the structure, turn right, then left down an incline, and then right entering the Math Sciences Bldg. (Boelter Hall). Take the elevator on the left at the end of the corridor to the 3rd floor. Turn left and left at the end of the corridor. Auditorium 3400, will be on the left hand side.
April 30, 2008
IF meeting in Silicon Valley
The InnerSpace Foundation will be holding a meeting in Palo Alto on April 30. Time: Networking 6-7 pm, Presentation 7-9 pm. Location: SAP Labs North America, Building D, Room Southern Cross or Cafeteria, depending on audience size. SAP is located at 3410 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304.
IF Advisory Meeting, Boston, MA
The InnerSpace Foundation will be convening a meeting for members of the IF Scientific Advisory Board in Boston on May 17. The meeting will coincide with the Twelfth Annual Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems held at Boston University.
The Frontiers of InnerSpace
Monday, December 10, 2007
On December 10, The InnerSpace Foundation hosted a meeting of a select group of scientists and engineers from a wide range of disciplines to discuss neuroengineering approaches for transferring information into and memory out of the brain. The meeting featured a roundtable discussion of the technical challenges of The InnerSpace Foundation's neuroengineering prize-based competitions, existing funding gaps, and underfunded areas of important research.
- Introductory remarks by Pete Estep, Ph.D., Chairman of The InnerSpace Foundation
- Accessing Memory by Serial Reconstruction, Randal A. Koene, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor, Boston University
- Neural Control Technologies and Uses Thereof, Edward S. Boyden, Ph.D., Leader, Neuroengineering and Neuromedia Group at MIT
- Neural and Memory Prostheses, Theodore W. Berger, Ph.D., David Packard Professor of Engineering, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience, and Director of the Center for Neural Engineering at USC
- Roundtable discussion