Programme overview


Wednesday, 30 August

Ballroom Erzsébet I. Corso Lánchíd Erzsébet II. István View A Béla B Institute of Experimental Medicine
09:00-10:00 08:30-10:30
Teaching Course 5.
Basics of EMG (R. Dengler)
Teaching Course 24. - Normal neonatal eeg and identification of artifacts
(F. Wallois)
Teaching Course 17. - Low intensity Transcranial Electric Stimulation (TES) in the therapy of neurological and psychiatric disorders
(W. Paulus - A. Antal)
Teaching Course 3. - Hands-on interactive session on standardized computer-based organized reporting of EEG: score
(S. Beniczky)
10:00-10:45 Practical Tips for Trainees I.
Which test, when?
(J. Cole)
Practical Tips for Trainees II.
NCS and near nerve
(E. Varga)
10:45-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-13:00 Free Communication I.
Neurophysiology of the peripheral nervous system 1.
Free Communication II.
Brain stimulation 1.
Free Communication III.
Quantitative neurophysiolgy
Teaching Course 16. - Experimental electrophysiology, optogenetics and cellular imaging
(Z. Nusser)
13:00-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-15:30 Plenary Lecture I.
W. Paulus
Update on transcranial stimulation
Plenary Lecture II.
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-17:30 Symposium I.
F. Vecchio
Updates on human brain connectome from physiology to disease
Section of Assistants/ Technicians Symposium II.
Y. Parman
Familial Amyloid Polyneuropathy (FAP): All aspects of the disease from diagnosis to treatment
Teaching Course 25. - Classification of neonatal seizures
(R. Pressler)
18:00-19:00 Opening Ceremony
19:00-21:00 Welcome Reception

Thursday, 31 August

Ballroom Erzsébet I. Corso Lánchíd Erzsébet II. István View A Béla B Board Room
07:30-08:00 How to get published? Elsevier’s Publishing Connect workshop program Teaching Course 4. – Clinical neurophysiology in intensive care
(M. Carvalho)
TC4 – Clinical neurophysiology in intensive care
(Mamede de Carvalho)
07:30-09:30 Teaching Course 6.
Electrodiagnostic criteria of ALS incuding ultrasound
(R. Dengler)
Teaching Course 10. - How and when to test autonomic nervous system?
(M. Habek)
Teaching Course 8.
Intraoperative neuromonitoring I.
(L. Erőss)
08:00-08:45 Practical Tips for Trainees III.
(V. Yayla)
Practical Tips for Trainees IV.
Paed EEG non Epilepsy
(M. Eisermann)
Practical Tips for Trainees V.
(H. Bastuji)
08:45-09:00 Break  
09:00-10:30 Symposium III.
J. Isnard
Insular cortex epilepsy
Symposium IV.
D.Burke, D. Czesnik
Recent insights into axonal excitability and ion channel redistribution in neurological diseases
Symposium V.
G. Boylan
Neonatal EEG
Symposium VI.
T. Lupescu
Advanced EEG signal analysis in clinical practice
Practical Tips for Trainees VI-VII.
Quantitative EMG
(E. Stalberg) EEG and TMS; TMS and EEG (U. Ziemann)
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break            
10:45-11:45 Plenary Lecture III.
Gy. Buzsáki
Closed-loop interaction with the brain
11:45-12:45 Poster I. Poster I. Elsevier Board Meeting
12:45-13:45 Lunch Break
13:45-15:15 Symposium VII.
I. Regidor
Clinical neurophysiology in movement disorders
Symposium VIII.
S. Jääskeläinen
New insight into the pathophysiology and treatment of trigeminal neuralgia
Symposium IX.
E. Öge/ B. Baslo
Motor unit with an electrophysiological microscope: from inside and from outside
Symposium X.
R. Bódizs
Sleep spindles and cortical up states
Free Communication IV.
Neurophysiology in intensive care
Teaching Course 7. - Epileptic spasms in neonates, infants and young children
(M. Eisermann)
Teaching Course 21.
Carpal tunnel syndrome (P. Proot)
15:15-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:00 Plenary Lectures IV.
E. Urrestarazu
Plenary lecture V.
P. M. Rossini
Brain connectome
17:00-17:10 Break
17:10-18:40 Symposium XI.
I. Rektor
Subcortical modulation of cortical functions
Symposium XII.
A. Uncini
New insights into pathophysiology and electrodiagnosis of dysimmune neuropathies
Symposium XIII.
Y. Péréon
Paediatric ENMG
Symposium XIV.
N. Kovács
The role of intraoperative electrophysiology in the clinical practice
Free Communication V.
Neurophysiology in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases
Symposium XV.
M. Billiard, A. Szűcs
Registering sleep objectively
Practical Tips for Trainees VIII-IX.
Jitter (E. Stalberg) SEPs (H. Buchner)
Practical Tips for Trainees X.
Adult EEG

Friday, 1 September

Ballroom Erzsébet I. Corso Lánchíd Erzsébet II. István View A Béla B Board Room National Institute of Clinical Neurophysiology
07:30-08:00         Teaching Course 1. Ultrasonography of peripheral nerves: a complementary tool to electrophysiology
(Zs. Arányi)
Teaching Course 23. - Seizure semiology changes during childhood
(A. Fogarasi)
Teaching Course 11. - VEMPS – current perspectives
(M. Habek)
Teaching Course 14.
Intraoperative microelectrode recording and deep brain stimulation
(A. Mokeem)
Teaching Course 9. - Intraoperative neuromonitoring II.
(L. Erőss)


Practical Tips for Trainees XI.
(A. Antal)
Practical Tips for Trainees XII.
Practical Tips for Trainees XIII.
(M. Kofler)
Practical Tips for Trainees XIV.
(T. Ilic)
08:45-09:00 Break
09:00-10:30 Symposium XVI.
G. Granata
Robotic hand prosthesis and phantom limb pain
Symposium XVII.
P. Halász, A. Lüthi
The neurophysiology of sleep EEG constituens 1.
Symposium XVIII.
H. Tankisi, H. Uysal
Axonal excitability and diabetic polyneuropathy
Free Communication VI.
Neurophysiology of peripheral nervous system 2.
Free Communication VII.
Neurophysiology in pediatrics
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-11:45 ECCN General Assembly 10:45-12:15
Teaching Course 18. - "Neuropathic" or "myopathic": pitfalls of needle EMG testing
(Y. Pereon)
Teaching Course 22. - Video-EEG course: hypermotor seizures
(Gy. Rásonyi - A. Kelemen)
Teaching Course 9. - Intraoperative neuromonitoring II.
(L. Erőss)
12:45-13:45 Lunch break
13:45-15:15 Symposium XIX.
M. Hallett
Pathophysiology of blepharospasm revisited
Symposium XX.
M. Molnár
Electrophysiology of aging
Symposium XXI.
J. Tajti, L. Vécsei
Primary headaches and clinical neurophysiology
Symposium XXII.
D. Taussig
Presurgical evaluation of children with pharmacoresistant epilepsy
Free Communication VIII.
Functional connectivity
15:15-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:00 Plenary Lecture VI.
L. Garcia-Larrea
Human neurophysiology of pain
Plenary lecture VII.
L. Leocani
rTMS as a routine treatment in neurology
17:00-17:10 Break
17:10-18:45 Free Communication IX.
Neurophysiology of the autonomic nervous system
Symposium XXIII.
P. Halász
The neurophysiology of sleep 2.
Free Communication X.
Neurophysiology of cognition
Free Communication XI.
Intraoperative neurophysiology
Symposium XXIV.
A. A. Abdel Kader
Neuroplasticity in physical therapy

Saturday, 2 September

Ballroom Erzsébet I. Lánchíd Erzsébet II. István View A Béla B
09:00-10:30 Plenary Lecture VIII.
E. Stålberg
Neurography- Did you think of this?
Plenary Lecture IX.
Ch. Lüscher
The emergence of a circuit model for addiction
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 Symposium XXV.
M. Bares, M. Manto
The mystery of cerebellum
Symposium XXVI.
L. Erőss
Presurgical evaluation in epilepsy surgery
Symposium XXVII.
D. Fabó
The interictal and ictal behavour of epileptic neurons
Free Communication XII.
Brain stimulation 2.
Free Communication XIII.
Neurophysiology in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases 2.
Practical Tips for Trainees XV-XVI.
Small Fibre testing
(D. Czesnik)
Nerve conduction block: what, where, why and when?
(A. Uncini)
12:30-13:00 Closing Ceremony