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Here you will find the recording of the annual event of 2023 and slides.

Due to the confidentiality of some of the work not all slides are available.  Video recordings have been edited and not all aspects were recorded e.g the Keynote speaker.


Morning Sessions Recording


Afternoon Sessions Recording


Full Programme




Session1: Keynote Speaker


Rapid Fire Poster Presentations:


Session 2: The 4 Pillars of Respect Neurodevelopment​

Responsible Neurotechnology,                                          ​
Prof Eva Loth, King’s College London​
SÍofra Heraty, Birkbeck, University of London​

Reliable Neurotechnology ​
Prof Ilias Tachtsidis, University College London​

Scalable Neurotechnology
Dr Tomoki Arichi, King’s College London​


Personalised Neurotechnology, ​
Prof Emily Jones, Birkbeck, University of London​


Session 4: Pump-prime feasibility study awards 2023​

Developing low-cost wearables to track early home environments in neurodivergent children​
Prof Sam Wass, University of the East of London​

Comfortable Conformal Coils for Children​
Dr Tobias Wood, King’s College London​

Combining wearable diffuse optical tomography  and immersive virtual reality to reliably study neurodevelopmental conditions
Dr Chiara Bulgarelli, Birkbeck​


Immersive Virtual Reality for MRI scanning of awake young children with neurodevelopmental conditions​
Prof Jo Hajnal, King’s College London​


Session 5: Perspectives across the network​

Ethical Considerations for Responsible Child-specific Neurotechnologies​
Prof Paul Appelbaum, Columbia University​

Participatory Research perspective​
Heta Pukki, European Council of Autistic People​

Early Career Researcher Network​
Dr Rianne Haartsen, Sanjana Gandhi, King’s College London​

Industry perspective​
Jorit Dekker, Noldus Information Technology, The Netherlands​