Scientific Program
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Round Table Discussion I Panel:
Timothy G. Buchman, J. Randall Moorman, Dick Moberg, Begonya Otal, Hagen Malberg, Eberhard Bodenschatz, Louis Pecora, Andras Eke

Round Table Discussion II Panel:
Edward T. Bullmore, Klaus Lehnertz, Arkady S. Pikovsky, Ruedi Stoop, Thomas Penzel , Michael G.Rosenblum, Béla Suki,       Alexander Gorbach


Lecture titles4

Ronny P. Bartsch
1. Novel time delay stability approach to infer coupling in systems with bursting dynamics and to identify networks of organ interactions.

Stefano Boccaletti
1. Parenclitic Networks: How to Uncover New Functions and Structural Information in Biological Data.
2. Smooth and Explosive Synchronization of Networked Dynamical Units.

Eberhard Bodenschatz
1. Cilia Driven Transport Networks in the Brain.

Timothy G. Buchman
1. The Networks of the Self: Health, Healthy States and Physiologic Resilience.
2. The Networks of the Self: Critical Illness and Critical Care.

Edward T. Bullmore
1. Economical Brain Networks from Micro to Macro Scales.
2. Human Brain Networks in Health and Disease.

Luca Faes
1. Information Theory for Network Physiology: Multivariate and Multiscale Methods to Dissect the Information Content of Brain, Cardiovascular and Muscular Networks.

Alexander Gorbach
1. A Network Physiology Approach to the Cardiovascular System.

Plamen Ch. Ivanov
1. The Emerging Field of Network Physiology: From Complex Dynamics of Individual Systems to Networks of Organ Interactions and the Human Physiolome.

Klaus Lehnertz
1. Deriving Functional Brain Networks from Data: A Critical Assessment.
2. Long-term Dynamics of Large-scale Epileptic Brain Networks.

Kang K L Liu
1. Emergent Coordination Among Physiologic Systems: New Network Signatures for Physiologic State and Function.

Hagen Malberg
1. Contactless Measurement Technologies in Medicine: from Biosignal Processing to Physiological Networks.
2.Automatic Control in Medicine and Fuzzy Logic as An Universal Method for Analyzing Physiological Interactions.

Dick Moberg
1. The Mysteries of the Injured Brain: Can they be solved with network physiology?

J. Randall Moorman
1. Cardiorespiratory Networking is Altered Early in Subacute Potentially Catastrophic Illness.
2. Entropy Estimation-based Assessment of Physiological Networks.

Begonya Otal
1. Current and future applications of BCIs

Louis M. Pecora
1. Discovering, Constructing, and Analyzing Synchronous Clusters of Oscillators in A Complex Network Using Symmetries
(Part 1).
2. Discovering, Constructing, and Analyzing Synchronous Clusters of Oscillators in A Complex Network Using Symmetries
(Part 2).

Thomas Penzel
1. Signal Recording and Non-linear Signal Processing for Interacting Signals in Sleep Research.
2. ECG, Heart Rate, and Physiological Coupling Analysis to Diagnose Sleep Disorders.

Arkady S. Pikovsky
1. Chimeras and Other complex States in Multifrequency Networks.
2. Phase Description of Observed Oscillatory Networks.

Caterina A. M. La Porta
1. Pathway Deregulation in Obesity

Michael G. Rosenblum
1. Quasiperiodic Partial Synchrony in Oscillatory Networks.
2.Reconstruction of Network Connectivity from Observations.

Antonio Scala
1. Network Physiology Approach in Dental Medicine: Applications to Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment.

Ruedi Stoop
1. A Critical Network is What You Hear.
2. Generic Roads to Neural Network Critical States.

Sebastiano Stramaglia
1. Synergetic and Redundant Information Flow Detected by Causal Analysis of Dynamical Networks.

Béla Suki
1. Elastic Network Models of Lung Tissue Diseases and Their Treatments.
2. Physiological Networks Perspective on the Origin and Phase Transitions of Life.

Stefano Zapperi
1. Pathway Deregulation in Obesity