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Contributions to upcoming conferences or seminars, and planned research stays

2019

  • 25-28 June | Conference | The Science of Consciousness, Interlaken Switzerland [link]; organizers: Collegium Helveticum (ETH Zurich) and the Center for Consciousness Studies, University of Arizona
    • Plenary talk (invited): – title not available yet –

2018

  • 11 December | Conference | Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Photonics Network (BMPN). Empa, St. Gallen, Switzerland
    • Scholkmann, F., Van de Kraats, E., Van Wijk, R., Van Wijk, E. & Van de Greef, J.: Spatio-temporal dynamics of spontaneous ultra-weak photon emission from human hands measured with an EMCCD camera: Dependence on time of day, date and individual subject. (Poster presentation)
    • Scholkmann, F., Kleiser, S., Ostojic, D., Isler, H., Bassler, D., Wolf, M. & Karen, T. (2018). Cerebral hemodynamic responses in preterm neonates to visual stimulation measured with functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) neuroimaging: Some show positive ones, some negatives, some none. (Poster presentation)
    • Zohdi, H., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, U. (2018). Prefrontal cerebral oxygenation is changing asymmetrically during a long-term colored light exposure. (Poster presentation)
  • 2 November | Seminar talk | University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland, Gloriastrasse 29, Raum OPS B26 Demo 03
    • Scholkmann, F.: Wir leuchten im Dunkeln: Ursache und physiologische Bedeutung der ultraschwachen Zellstrahlung (Autolumineszenz). (Talk)
  • 13 October | Conference | 5th  International Symposium  on Biophysical Aspects of Complexity in Health and Disease, Centro Congressi Stelline, Milan, Italy
    • Scholkmann, F.: The primo vascular system: A rediscovered vascular system in mammals. Biochemical and biophysical characteristics. (Invited talk)
    • Scholkmann, F., Van de Kraats, E., Van Wijk, R., Van Wijk, E. & Van de Greef, J.: Spatio-temporal dynamics of spontaneous ultra-weak photon emission from human hands measured with an EMCCD camera: Dependence on time of day, date and individual subject. (Poster presentation)
    • Sayer, B.S., Galichet, A., Hariton, W., Scholkmann, F., Barradori, L. & Müller, E.J. (2018). Consequences of weak and extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields on skin progenitor cell homeostasis. (Poster presentation)
  • 5-8 October | Conference | Biannual conference of the Society for functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (SfNIRS), Tokyo, Japan [link]
    • Scholkmann, F.* (2018). Integrating fNIRS with systemic physiological measures: Systemic-physiology-augmented functional near-infrared spectroscopy (SPA-fNIRS) neuroimaging. (Invited talk)
    • Scholkmann, F., Kleiser, S., Ostojic, D., Isler, H., Bassler, D., Wolf, M. & Karen, T. (2018). Cerebral hemodynamic responses in preterm neonates to visual stimulation: Some show positive ones, some negatives, some none. (Poster presentation)
    • Karen, T., Kleiser, S., Ostojic, D., Isler, H., Bassler, D., Wolf, M. & Scholkmann, F. (2018). Frontotemporal-occipital functional connectivity in preterm neonates during visual stimulation: Classification according to subgroups. (Poster presentation)
    • Zohdi, H., Scholkmann, F., Wolf, U. (2018). Is the prefrontal cerebral oxygenation changing asymmetrically during a long-term exposure with colored light? (Poster presentation)
    • Pinti, P., Scholkmann, F., Burgess, P. & Tachtsidis, I. (2018). Current status and issues regarding pre-processing of fNIRS neuroimaging data: An investigation of diverse signal filtering methods within a General Linear Model framework. (Poster presentation)
    • Duszynski, C.C.*, Avati, V., Scholkmann, F., Swain, M.G. & Dunn, J.F. (2018). Near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) indicates hypoxia and cerebrovascular dysfunction in patients with chronic liver inflammation. (Talk; given by C. Duszynski)
    • Duszynski, C.C., Randall, C.J.P., Oni, I.K., Hocke, L.M., Scholkmann, F. & Dunn, J.F. (2018). Towards a clinical tool for concussion management: a user-friendly pipeline for analyzing dynamic changes in hemodynamic coupling. (Poster presentation)
  • 1 October | Seminar talk | Developmental and Brain Science Laboratory, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
    • Scholkmann, F.: Optical neuroimaging with functional near-infrared spectroscopy: Ideas for new neuroscientific studies and signal processing applications. (Talk)
  • 17 September-9 October | Research stay | The University of Tokyo, Developmental and Brain Science Laboratory, Department of Physical and Health Education, Graduate School of Education, Tokyo (Japan), research group of Prof. Dr. Gentaro Taga
  • 14 September | Seminar talk | Department of Biochemistry and Integrative Medical Biology, School of Medicine, Keio University, Japan
    • Scholkmann, F.: Water and the brain: The significance of water for brain function and cell biology. (Talk)
  • 3-7 September | Research stay | National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Advanced Nano Characterisation Center (ANCC), Advanced Scanning Probe Microscopy group (Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay), Tsukuba, Japan
  • 27 August | Seminar talk | Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Department of Agricultural Engineering and Socio-Economics, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan
    • Scholkmann, F.: Water in the context of cell biophysics and neurophysiology. (Talk)
  • 8 August | Seminar talk | Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Department of Agricultural Engineering and Socio-Economics, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan
    • Scholkman, F.: A quick overview of my research in the fields of biophysics and biology. (Talk)
  • 1-31 August | Research stay | Kobe University, Department of Agricultural Engineering and Socio-Economics, Graduate School of Agricultural Science (Prof. Dr. Roumiana Tsenkova), Kobe, Korea
  • 1-5 July | Conference | 46th Annual meeting of the International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue (ISOTT) at Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea [link]
    • Scholkmann, F., Zohdi, H. & Wolf, U.: Right-left asymmetry of prefrontal cerebral oxygenation:  Does it depend on systemic physiological activity, absolute tissue oxygenation or hemoglobin concentration? (Talk)
    • Zohdi, H., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, U.: Absolute values of tissue oxygenation and hemoglobin concentration in the human cerebral cortex during resting-state: Dependence on individual subject and measurement location. (Talk; given by H. Zohdi)
    • Ostojic, D., Jiang, J., Isler, H., Karen, T., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf. M.: In silico accuracy assessment of cerebral oximetry by near-infrared spectroscopy: Impact of skull thickness in term and preterm neonates. (Talk; given by D. Ostojic)
    • Scholkmann, F. & Vrana, A.: Comparison of two NIRS-based tissue oximeters (Moxy and Nimo) for non-invasive assessment of muscle oxygenation and perfusion. (Poster presentation)
  • 27 July | Seminar lecture | Laboratory of Veterinary Pharmacology, College of Veterinary Medicine and Research Institute for Veterinary Science, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
    • Scholkmann, F.: My work on identifying, extracting and analyzing the primo vascular systems during my SNU research stay: A summary. (Talk)
  • 1-31 July | Research stay | Seoul National University, Laboratory of Veterinary Pharmacology, College of Veterinary Medicine and Research Institute for Veterinary Science (Prof. Pan Dong Ryu), Seoul, Korea
  • 7-9 June | Conference | 44. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Neonatologie und Pädiatrische Intensivmedizin (GNPI), Rostock, Germany [link]
    • Scholkmann, F.: Nahinfrarot-Spektroskopie zur Messung der Sauerstoffsättigung, Durchblutung und des Metabolismus im Gewebe. (Invited talk in the special session “Nicht-invasives Monitoring in der Neonatologischen und Pädiatrischen Intensivmedizin – aktuelle Möglichkeiten und künftige Perspektiven”)
  • 3-8 June | Conference | ICCF-21, International Conference for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
    • Scholkmann, F., Gutzmann, E. & Nagel, D.J.: Complex current fluctuations in Ni-H electrochemical experiments: Characterization using non-linear signal analysis. (Poster presentation; will be done by Prof. Nagel since I cannot attend this conference)
  • 8-11 May | Conference | 2018 International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health, Baltimore, USA [link]
    • Zohdi, H., Scholkmann, F., Nasseri, N. & Wolf, U.: How colored light affects the autonomic nervous system activity during a cognitive task – Differences between blue and red light. (Poster presentation; will be done by Prof. Wolf since I cannot attend this conference)
  • 8-12 April | Conference | European Geoscience Union (EGU) General Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria [link]
    • Scholkmann, F., Steinitz, G., Piatibratova, O. & Kotlarsky, P.: Diurnal oscillations in radon decay data from a long-term (~3.5 year) directional Enhanced Confined Mode (ECM) experiment: New insights into possible extra-terrestrial influences. The abstract is available here. (Poster presentation)
  • 5 April | Conference | Day of Clinical Research, University Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
    • Scholkmann, F., Karen, T., Kleiser, S., Ostojic, D., Isler, H., Bassler, D. & Wolf, M.: Brain oxygenation in preterm neonates measured with a novel NIRS oximeter: Preliminary findings of a new study. (Poster presentation; will be done by T. Karen since I cannot attend this conference)
  • 3-6 April | Research stay at the University of Salzburg, Department of Chemistry and Physics of Materials (Dr. Pierre Madl), Salzburg, Austria
  • 12-13 Feb | Conference | Life Science Switzerland (LS2) Annual Meeting, University of Lausanne, Switzerland [link]
    • Scholkmann, F., Kleiser, S., Ostojic, S., Isler, H., Bassler, D., Wolf, M. & Karen, T.: Brain oxygenation in preterm neonates measured with a novel NIRS oximeter: Dependence on age, Apgar score, systemic and haematological parameters. (Poster presentation)
  • 9 Feb | Conference | 20th Swiss Society for Neuroscience Meeting, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland [link]
    • Scholkmann, F., Karen, T., Kleiser, S., Ostojic, D., Isler, H., Bassler, D. & Wolf, M.: Brain oxygenation in preterm neonates measured non-invasively with a novel near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) based oximeter: Preliminary findings of a new study. (Poster presentation)