Newmanbrain highlights the advantages of its devices during the XVII Congress of the Neurosciences Spanish Society
On September 29, 2017, during the XVII Congress of the Neurosciences Spanish Society, the company Newmanbrain presented, in collaboration with the head professor of the Department of Physiology Joaquín Ibáñez, a poster communication detailing the advantages that Newmanbrain devices have for the measurement of psychophysiological variables. In particular, the communication entitled “A multimodal system for functional assesment of brain and systemic responses” focused on the technology of near-infrared light and electroencephalography as useful methods for the assessment of humans in neurosciences.
In Avila (Spain), on July 19, 20 and 21, students of the PhD in Neuroscience at the Universidad Miguel Hernández, Sergio Ortuño, Marcos Mirete and Sergio Molina, as well as the professor of the Department of Physiology Joaquín Ibáñez, presented four papers in the II International Congress of Psychobiology in collaboration with the company Newmanbrain. The common theme of all the works was the near-infrared light technology as a useful tool for affective and cognitive assessment.
In particular the first communication entitled “Mapping conflict onto forehead: a near-infrared approach” is about the emotional reactions we experience in the viewing of images. Using different images of different valence and arousal we have been able to characterize in different spatial and temporal terms the different emotional reactions. The second communication entitled “Mapping mental load onto: forehead: a near infrared approach” talks about the vasomotor oscillations during the accomplishment of an arithmetical type cognitive task. The third, also deals with emotional aspects, under the title of “Mapping startle response onto forehead: a near-infrared approach” but in particular about emotional reactions of the defensive type as the startle response. “A Multimodal system for functional assessment of brain and systemic response” is the title of the fourth communication in which the possibility of making combined registers of near-infrared light spectroscopy together with electroencephalography is presented.
Companies Newmanbrain and Coralel join the UMH Science Park
The rector of the Universidad Miguel Hernández (UMH) of Elche, Jesús Pastor Ciurana, and the promoters of the spin off Newmanbrain and Coralel have signed this morning the constitution of their companies.With this signature, the UMH participates with 5% in both companies.The event was also attended by the director-manager of the UMH Foundation, Tonia Salinas, the University’s Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation, Manuel Jordán, and the general secretary of the UMH, Mercedes Sánchez.
Newmanbrain is a company focused on the creation, commercialization, management, consulting and engineering of hardware and software, as well as projects applied to neurosciences, the healthcare industry and any field that requires biomedical technology.The company is led by the professor emeritus of the UMH and former director of the Institute of Neurosciences, mixed center of the University and the Higher Council of Scientific Research (CSIC), Carlos Belmonte, the worker of the Instituto de Neurociencias Alejandro Méndez, the directorOf the Department of Physiology of the UMH, Joaquín Ibáñez, and by Pablo Belmonte.
For its part, Coralel is a spin off promoted by the professors of the Engineering Department of Communications Germán Torregrosa and Roberto Gutiérrez, as well as by the professor of the Department of Materials Science, Optics and Electronic Technology Ernesto Ávila.The company focuses on the research, development, manufacture and marketing of electronic, wireless and communications systems, as well as high frequency systems, acquisition and signal processing.Also, applications and software programs for use in fields such as medicine, industry, teaching, research or health care of people.
With the signing of these new constitutions, both spin off become part of the business network of the UMH Science Park, which currently has about 80 related companies that develop innovative products and services for various business sectors.
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