Stuart Black BSc (Eng) MSc CEng MIET has spent his life breaking the mold. From giving his school class talks on electronics as a 10 year old to reverse engineering the Sea Harrier’s weapon system. Slashing product development times by 66%, transforming customer relationships from contract termination to preferred supplier. Leading the development of the UK’s most advanced private hospital. He is recognised as an original thinker, strategist and relationship builder who challenges conventional thinking.
He has recently turned his attention to the applied neuroscience of the electroencephalogram (EEG), and established the UK’s leading practice using this ground-breaking technology to change hundreds of people’s lives.
Stuart is a Chartered Engineer with 30 years experience with blue chip organisations including BAE SYSTEMS, General Dynamics, Bupa, Centrica.
He has complex international product development & board-level change and interim management experience. 4 years as Executive Director at Cromwell Hospital in London. Board-level advisor to NHS Trusts.
Neurofeedback & Applied EEG Neuroscience: Past, Present & Future
The field of the applied neuroscience of the EEG challenges conventional thinking. It promises a revolution in the treatment of neurological issues and mental health disorders. New possibilities for the the potential of our individual and collective human brains.
We can already enable paraplegics to walk with exoskeletons using EEG. Advanced analysis techniques can identify pathological neuromarkers from our brainwaves.
In this tour of the field get answers to the difficult questions – what is it?, what can we learn from the EEG? how can feedback change the brain? how does it work?, what’s the evidence?, why haven’t I heard of it?, how do you know it’s not placebo?
Learn about the potential of the technology, together with the limitations of current approaches.
Hear a compelling vision of the future, transforming billions of lives and shifting human consciousness to new levels.
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Professor Michael Hornberger Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia
Getting lost in dementia
Bethel Osuagwu, Derek Jones Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research
Assessment of the orthotic and long-term functional gain of the SEM Glove in people with chronic spinal cord injury
Angela Davies-Smith MSc, MCSP, SRP The Brain Centre, Southmead Hospital
Evaluation of an FES Service using WalkAide for people with Multiple Sclerosis
James S. Gyurke, Ph.D. ImPACT Applications, Inc.
The importance of data based decision making in concussion management
Victor A Vargas Vega VX9 International Consulting Group
Decoding the Face… Application of Facial Coding in real life.