Workshops at ICNR2024 are either half-day or full day sessions dedicated to a specific topic. They are interactive in nature, potentially combining oral presentations, hands-on or demonstration activities, mini-poster sessions, panel discussions, etc. Contributors to the Workshops are invited to submit Extended Abstracts (2 pages) which will be published in the Proceedings as a book upon acceptance.

If you would like to organize a half-day or full-day pre-conference Workshop, please complete the Workshop proposal and submit via email to with “ICNR2024 Workshop (“Last name”)” in the subject line by March 8*, 2024, 23:59PM US Central time.

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Hospital Los Madroños (HLM) – Site Visit and Associated Workshops

Multi-Modal Technology-Based Assessment of Parkinson’s Disease
Francesca Lunardini (Hospital Los Madroños/INNTEGRA); Jorge Andrés Gómez García (CSIC)


EMG-based control of peripheral electrical stimulation – A new alternative to reduce pathological tremor
Filipe Oliveira Barroso (Cajal Institute, CSIC); Cristina Montero Pardo (Cajal Institute, CSIC)


Exploring Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Techniques: tSMS, TMS, tDCS, and PAS
Vanesa Soto León (SESCAM. Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos. Grupo FENNSI)


Fusion of wearable robots with electrical stimulation
Juan Moreno (Cajal Institute); Antonio del Ama (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain); Josep M. Font (Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Spain); Fernando Brunetti (Universidad Católica, Paraguay)


Innovative locomotion rehabilitation methodology incorporating neural Interfaces, spinal stimulation and enhanced metrics assessment by using exoskeleton technologies in SCI
Eduardo Iáñez Martínez (Miguel Hernández University of Elche, UMH); Lucía García González (National Hospital for Paraplegics, HNP); Hatice Kumru Cam (Institut Guttmann IG, Badalona)


Human-Machine Interfacing and Mechatronics for Myoelectric Prosthetics
Patrick Sagastegui (Imperial College London); Jumpei Kashiwakura (Imperial College London); and Dario Farina (Imperial College London)



Venue Workshops

Advancing technologies for early detection and early intervention in pediatric rehabilitation
Arun Jayaraman (Shirley Ryan AbilityLab)


How technologies are improving pediatric rehabilitation?
Eduardo Rocón (Biorobotics Group, CAR, UPM-CSIC, Spain); Ignacio Martínez (Hospital Niño Jesús); Sergio Lerma (Universidad La Salle)


The 2nd Edition of the Worldwide Network of AI Labs in Healthcare (WNAH2023): The Impact of AI in Rehabilitation and Data Management
Shingo Shimoda (University of Nagoya); Dr. Fady SK Alnajjar (UAE University)



Venue Workshops, Half-day – Morning

Experiences, advances and management of Neurorehabilitation Technologies in Latin America. XI Jornadas AITADIS de Tecnologías de Apoyo a la Discapacidad
Silvana Mercante (Hospital José Néstor Lencinas); Fernando Brunetti (Universidad Católica de Asunción, Paraguay); Anselmo Frizera (Universidade Federal de Espírito Santo, Brazil); Rodrigo Cubillos (Teletón, Chile)


Co-creating with patients: does it really matter? A Participatory Design Approach for Developing Rehabilitation Technology
Irene L Y Beck (Erasmus Medical Center and Delft University of Technology); Salvatore Luca Cucinella (TU Delft); Cristina Vázquez González (Centro Europeo de Neurociencias); José López Sánchez (Centro Europeo de Neurociencias); Dr. Katherine L. Poggensee (TU Delft); Dr. Ir. Laura Marchal-Crespo (TU Delft); Prof. Dr. Gerard M. Ribbers (Erasmus Medical Center);


Challenges and future directions for reliable assessment in neurorehabilitation
Marianna Semprini (IIT); Florencia Garro (IIT); Indya Ceroni (IIT)


(Co-)Adaptive (Un-)Supervised Learning for Myocontrol
Fabio Egle (Friedrich-Alexander Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg; FAU); Marius Osswald (FAU); Evan Campbell (University of New Brunswick)


Virtual reality in neurorehabilitation: clinical principles, virtual reality devices and real clinical experiences
Ana de los Reyes Guzmán (Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos); Begoña Polonio López (Technological Innovation Applied to Health Research Group, ITAS)


Promoting neuroplasticity with lower limb robotic rehabilitation
Clara Beatriz Sanz Morère (Cajal Institute); Anne Marie Laudanski (University of Waterloo)



Venue Workshops, Half-day – Afternoon

Digital medicine in neuro-rehabilitation
Simona Ferrante (Politecnico di Milano)


The Monitoring of Human Kinematics
Marek Sierotowicz (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, FAU); Sabine Thuerauf (FAU); Francesco Missiroli (University of Heidelberg, ARIES Lab); Giulia Bodo (Politecnico di Torino, IIT)


A Case-study Centered on Clinical Patient Data (Part 1); From Concept to Clinics – Technology Innovation Workshop (Part 2)
Sarah Lim (Fourier Intelligence/MotusAcademy); Toria Chan (STEPS Rehabilitation); Daniela Mattos (MotusAcademy)


Enhancing Rehabilitative and Bionics Feedback Solutions
Andrea Marinelli (IIT); Dario Di Domenico (IIT); Giulia Mariani (IIT); Nicolò Boccardo (IIT); Matteo Laffranchi (IIT)


Neuromusculoskeletal Modeling Pipeline Training Workshop and Stroke Grand Challenge Competition Overview
B.J. Fregly (Rice University); Kayla Pariser (Rice University)


ICORR Workshop: Translating NeuroRehabilitation Robotics into Clinical Applications
ICORR (Robert Riener, Denny Oetomo, Jim Patton)



Venue Workshops, Full day

2nd Workshop of MYOREHAB Consortium
Andres Ubeda (University of Alicante)


Neuroskin: a complete solution for Neurorehabilitation (Part 1); Neuroskin: an AI-powered neuroprosthesis for gait rehabilitation after stroke (Part 2); Neuroskin: a complete embedded Gait Lab (Part 3)
Rudi Gombauld (Kurage)