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Default IGS2011 CONTENTS Continued

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PLENARY SESSION

119 Tue. Plen 08:30-09:30 Marc H. Schieber, Professor of Neurology and of Neurobiology, University of Rochester, and Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit at Unity Health, Rochester, NY "Changing Circuits that Control the Fingers: Dissociating Motor Cortex from the Motor" (Bio and Abstract)

A. INVITED SESSION BRAIN-MACHINE INTERFACES (BMI) FOR DEXTEROUS MOVEMENT CONTROL Chair: Angelo Marcelli

120 Tue. A.1 09:30-09:40 Providing sensory feedback through intracortical microstimulation for upper limb neuroprostheses. Sliman BENSMAIA(Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy, University of Chicago, USA)

121 Tue. A.2 09:40-09:50 Sensorimotor integration for the control of grasp kinematics and kinetics: potential applications to BMI. Marco SANTELLO (Arizona State University, USA)

122 Tue. A.3 09:50-10:00 What of Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMI) can be left to noncortical and peripheral processes? Francisco VALERO-CUEVAS (University of Southern California, USA)

123 Tue. A.4 10:00-10:10 Do cortical gamma responses reflect cognitive-motor information encoding of fine motor tasks? Nathan CRONE (Johns Hopkins University, USA)

124 Tue. A.5 10:10-10:20 What are the 'units' for noninvasive decoding of fine dexterous movements? Jose (Pepe) CONTRERAS-VIDAL (University of Maryland, USA)

125 Tue. A.6 10:40-10:50 Is it possible to facilitate BMI learning by non-invasive brain stimulation? Surjo SOEKADAR (University of Tübingen, Germany and Human Cortical Physiology and Stroke Neurorehabilitation Section of the National Institutes of Neurologic Disorders and Stroke, USA)

126 Tue. A.7 10:50-11:00 What information is contained in the brain's 'noise' that could be harnessed by BMI? Christopher GUGER (g.tech, Austria)

B. CONTRIBUTED SESSION - FORENSIC SCIENCE, HANDWRITING AND DRAWING Chair: Arend Van Gemmert

127 Tue. B.1 13:30-13:50 Dynamic signature features from static greyscale information. Richard GUEST (University of Kent, UK)

132 Tue. B.2 13:50-14:10 Forensic Requirements for Automated Handwriting Analysis Systems. Reinier VERDUIJN (Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Netherlands)

136 Tue. B.3 14:10-14:30 A cognitive look into simulations of high and low complexity signatures. Avni PEPE (La Trobe University, Australia).

140 Tue. B.4 14:30-14:50 Dominant points for spatio-graphic and procedural analysis of online drawings. Céline REMI (Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, France).

144 Tue. B.5 14:50-15:10 Validating Features for Inferring Handwriting Speed from Static Trace. Emily WILL (Q.D.E.Will, USA)

148 Tue. B.6 15:10-15:30 The influence of a quill pen on a scribe's ability to accurately copy a music manuscript. Martin JARVIS (Charles Darwin University, Australia)

C. CONTRIBUTED SESSION - HANDWRITING ANALYSIS AND TECHNOLOGY Chair: Annie Vinter

152 Tue. C.1 16:00-16:20 MokkAnnotator - An Annotation Tool to Accumulate and Organize Mokkans. Truyen PHAN (Tokyo University of Technology & Agriculture, Japan)

156 Tue. C.2 16:20-16:40 Segmenting isolated characters within cursive words. Angelo. MARCELLI (University of Salerno, Italy)

160 Tue. C.3 16:40-17:00 Age-related changes in executive control and their relationships with handwriting performance. Sara ROSENBLUM (University of Haifa, Israel)

PLENARY SESSION

164 Wed. Plen 08:30-09:30 Ranulfo Romo, Institute of Cellular Physiology, National Autonomous University of Mexico "Conversion of sensory signals into decision making" (Bio and Abstract)

A. CONTRIBUTED SESSION - MOVEMENT NEUROSCIENCE II Chair: Elisa Van den HEUVEL

165 Wed. A.1 09:30-09:50 Functions of the basal ganglia system for cognitive and motor tasks. Raymond CHONG (Georgia Health Sciences University, USA)

169 Wed. A.2 09:50-10:10 The macrostructure of rest tremor in Parkinson's disease. Shikha PRASHAD (University of Maryland, USA)

173 Wed. A.3 10:10-10:30 Development of cross-modal Interactions in School-Aged Children. Florian KAGERER(Michigan State University, USA)

B. CONTRIBUTED SESSION - FORENSIC SCIENCES II Chair: Rejean Plamondon

177 Wed. B.1 11:00-11:20 Exploratory Investigation on the Performance of the CEDAR FOX System for Forensic Handwriting Verification and Identification. Reinier VERDUIJN (Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Netherlands)

181 Wed. B.2 11:20-11:40 Dynamic features of naturally written, disguised and forged handwritten text. Carolyne BIRD (La Trobe University, Australia)

185 Wed. B.3 11:40-12:00 The Relation Between Signature Complexity and the Perceived Quality of Signature Simulations. Elisa Van Den HEUVEL (Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Netherlands)

C. CONTRIBUTED SESSION - HANDWRITING ANALYSIS Chair: Arend Van Gemmert

189 Wed. C.1 13:30-13:50 Determining Cursive or Printed Nature of Handwritten Samples. Sargur SRIHARI (State University of New York, USA)

193 Wed. C.2 13:50-14:10 Kinematic Analysis of Handwriting in Pupils of Primary and Secondary School. Mariangela GENNA (Università di Trieste, Italy)

197 Wed. C.3 14:10-14:30 Handwriting in children with autism and Asperger's disorder. Beth JOHNSON (Monash University, Australia)

201 Wed. C.4 14:30-14:50 Handwriting in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Beth JOHNSON(Monash University, Australia)

205 Wed. C.5 14:50-15:10 Developmental study of graphic coordination dynamics: Preference for a circular over an elliptic trace. Jérémy DANNA (Universite Paul Sabatier,France)

209 Wed. C.6 15:10-15:30 Does motor compatibility influence the grouping of upper case handwritten letters? Aurelie LAGARRIGUE (Universite de la Mediterrane, France)

D. CONTRIBUTED SESSION - BRAIN-MIND-MACHINES II Chair: Masaki Nakagawa

213 Wed. D.1 16:00-16:20 Towards an inked-enabled handwriting editor. Hala BEZINE (National School of Engineers of Sfax, Tunisia)

217 Wed. D.2 16:20-16:40 Evaluation of Continuous Marking Menus for Learning Cursive Pen-based Command. Peiyu LI (Université Européenne de Bretagne, France)

221 Wed. D.3 16:40-17:00 The Ponzo Illusion affects movement characteristics in memory guided target aiming movements. Mitchell LONGSTAFF (Southern Cross University, Australia)

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