TUESDAY, JULY 26, 2022

11:50 - 12:35

Keynote Lecture
Neuromodulation and Neuroplasticity Moderated by Electrical Stimulation

Chairs: Thomas Janssen & Simona Ferrante
Speakers: Milos Popovic & Matija Milosevic

12.40 - 13:15

 IFESS Fast Forward poster pitches

P-011 Neuromuscular electrical stimulation as a spasticity reduction tool before functional hand training in a person with stroke: case report, Aitor Martín-Odriozola

P-172 Low Frequency Alternating Current Block-Activation Window: In-silico Predictions, Nathaniel Lazorchak

P-223 Strain-relief mechanism for implantable neural microelectrodes, Soroush Mirkiani

P-146 Functional electrical stimulation pulse shape: Effect on comfort-related preference in individuals without neurological impairments, Lazar I. Jovanovic

P-037 Electrical stimulation to prevent recurring pressure ulcers in individuals with a spinal cord injury: a study protocol, Boas Wijker

P-221 Application of cutaneous transabdominal electrical stimulation for the treatment of constipation due to irritable bowel syndrome, Paul Taylor

P-222 Feasibility of leg trajectory modulation with transcranial magnetic stimulation in human, Marco Bonizzato

P-196 Foot movement reaction time following electrical stimulation of the lower leg: A Methodological study, Nebojsa Malesevic

P-171 Neuromuscular Reinforcement Learning to Actuate Human Limbs through FES, Nat Wannawas

P-120 Smart textile with functional electrical stimulation and movement sensor integrated for hand exercise, Kai Yang

P-119 A pilot trial of a custom designed 8-pad electrode and a set of 16 dynamic patterns for providing tactile feedback to first responders, Jovana Malešević

P-145 Functional Electrical Stimulation as a Diagnostic Tool, Khin Bo

P-199 Investigating neural connectivity in lower limb amputees during motor imagery and motor movement, Britta Meyer

17:00 - 18:30

Emerging Technologies and Applications
Chairs: Jonathan Jarvis & Christine Azevedo

17.00-17.15 O-112 A model-based identification procedure of stimulation angular ranges for FES cycling, Nicole Sanna

17.15-17.30 O-113 In-Vivo Testing of a Novel Wireless Intraspinal Microstimulation Interface for Restoration of Motor Function Following Spinal Cord Injury, Omar Tawakol

17.30-17.45 O-114 O-114 Transcutaneous electrical sensory thresholds with different waveforms and frequencies, Eukene Imatz-Ojanguren

17.45-18.00 O-115 Closed-loop parameter optimisation for patient-specific phrenic nerve stimulation, Conor Keogh

18.00-18.15 O-116 A hybrid fes-motor cooperative control over a knee joint movement: a feasibility study, Francesca Dell'Eva

18.15-18.30 O-117 Position control of two finger joints using functional electrical stimulation, Minami Kawashima


18:30 - 19:30
IFESS Reception




11:45 – 12:30

Keynote Lecture
Epidural and non-invasive spinal cord stimulation: great accomplishments - problematic PR

Chairs: Thierry Keller & Tamsyn Street
Speaker: Winfried Mayr

12:30 – 13:15

Neuromuscular and spinal cord stimulation

12.30-12.45 O-118 The effects of transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation delivered with and without high frequency modulation on spinal and corticospinal excitability, Danielle Konig

12.45-13.00 O-119 Simultaneous modulation of frequency and amplitude improves discriminability of electrical stimulation, Shima Gholinezhad

13.00-13.15 O-120 A surface neuromuscular electrical stimulation device for universal cartesian force control in humans, Marek Sierotowicz

17:00 - 18:30

FES in Clinical Practice
Tamsyn Street & Matija Milosevic

17.00-17.15 O-132 Effectiveness of fes for upper motor neuron lesion walking impairment: overview of systematic reviewsJane Burridge

17.15-17.30 O-124 Clinical practice guideline development for using fes to support walking: a delphi consensus study, Jane Burridge

17.30-17.45 O-125 Key challenges in functional electrical stimulation clinical practice guideline implementation, Lisa Brown

17.45-18.00 O-126 Damage to the lower motor neuron of the intrinsic musculature and consequences for the therapeutic treatment of the hand in tetraplegia, Ines Bersch

Hybrid FES Applications (30 min)

18.00-18.15 O-122 The effect of hybrid neuroprostheses on the rehabilitation of upper extremity impairment after stroke: a systematic review, Chiara Höhler

18.15-18.30 O-123 iCARE – Intelligent Sensing and Actuation Solution for At-home Rehabilitation using FES and Exoskeleton, Je Hyung Jung




11:45 – 12:30

Keynote Lecture
Electrical stimulation-induced muscle activity to fight secondary complications after spinal cord injury: what’s the use?

Chairs: Winfried Mayr & Tamsyn Street
Thomas Janssen

12:30 – 13:15

Electrical  Stimulation to Reduce Secondary Complications

12.45-13.00 O-128 Electrical stimulation for paralyzed muscles increases energy expenditure in people with spinal cord injury, Yiming Ma

13.00-13.15 O-129 Functional electrical stimulation for sexual functioning in spinal cord injury for men: a case study, Neil Marshall

13:45 - 14:45


15:40 - 17:10

Electrical Stimulation to Restore Function

Chairs: Erika Spaich & Ken Yoshida

15.40-15.55 O-130 Functional electrical stimulation 1950 - 2022: a 72 years bibliometric analysis, Nur Azah Hamzaid

15.55-16.25 O-121 Electrical interference in non-invasive brain-computer interface-controlled functional electrical stimulation: Offline analysis and practical considerations, Lazar I. Jovanovic

16.25-16.40 O-133 Multi-contact epineural electrical stimulation to restore upper-limb functions, Christine Azevedo

16.40-16.55 O-134 Functional electrical stimulation for hand function rehabilitation after stroke: a systematic review, Aitor Martín-Odriozola

16.55-17.10 O-135 The Orthotic and Training Effects of Peroneal Nerve Functional Electrical Simulation in Parkinson’s Disease: Post Hoc Analysis from a Feasibility Study for a Randomised Control Trial, Paul Taylor