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February 2, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Dr. Jay will discuss his current research investigating various forms of noninvasive brain stimulation to enhance human well-being, including focused ultrasound and low-level light stimulation. Jay will be presenting at TedTalk on the 26th of Jan, right before the Nepal event.
Scientific literature shows that these neurotechnologies can be used to enhance human well-being in clinical populations, but they also open the possibilities that these technologies could enhance happiness for non-clinical populations
Jay is a Neurotherapists and applications specalists. He is working as a Research Assistant Professor at Army Research Laboratory. Jay is more interested and has expertise on Neurourocognitive enhancement with noninvasive brain stimulation, including transcranial magnetic stimulation, transcranial ultrasound, and transcranial electrical stimulation.
Has researched the neural basis and neurophysiological markers of depression by using combined EEG-fMRI methods. Also developed new noninvasive treatment for depression with transcranial ultrasound.
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David A. Gibson
David will talk about how each of us have a unique vibration. Now with the advancement of technology, we are able to measure that vibration and using customized sound/music we can address certain, psychological, cognitive and physical well being of an individual.
David is the author of the #1 selling book in the field of Sound Healing, The Complete Guide to SoundHealing (CompleteGuidetoSoundHealing). David has produced 7 International Sound Healing Conference and is also the founder of the Sound Healing Research Foundatio. David Gibson has been teaching, engineering and producing groups in major 24 track studios since 1982. David taught Recording at Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz for five years. He is the author of the best selling book, “The Art of Mixing,” that uses visuals to explain and show every style of mix in the world. He is also the inventor of the Patented, “Virtual Mixer,” which uses visuals of the mix to control mixing consoles and computerized mixers.David has done recording for James Brown’s Band, Bobby Whitlock (Derek and the Dominoes), The Atlanta Rhythm Section, Hank Williams Jr.’s Band, and has worked with members of the Doobie Brothers, Lacy J. Dalton’s Band, Herbie Hancock’s Band and It’s a Beautiful Day. He has produced a variety of other records ranging from New Age to Heavy Metal to Hip Hop and Electronica.n (www.SoundHealingResearchFoundation.org) designed to help bring sound healing into the mainstream (homes & hospitals).
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Kumar & Dan will talk about Open Data for Transformative Tech (eg EEG data from monks) using Block chain.
Kumar is Cheif Technical Officer at iBriz. He’s also the technological advisor for Xceltrip and PayClip Inc. Living in Castro Valley, California, Kumar is also a Software Engineer, Chief Systems Architect, Engineering Manager and Project head.
He’s more interested in product development (Complete life cycle management – from design to development to a top production support) and Mentoring. He has knowledge in software documentations, testing, e-commerce, quality assurance and start-ups.
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Dan is a Data Scientist and an Entrepreneur. He’s indulged in AI and Blockchain. Dan has more than 15 years of experience successfully motivating talented individuals around a common aim to achieve exacting results under time and budget constraints. Technically proficient with C, C++, Python, NumPy, Pandas, MatPlotLib, Seaborn, SKLearn, StatsModels, SciPy, NLTK, MySQL, PostgreSQL, psycopg2, MongoDB, pymongo, BeautifulSoup, Scrapy, Flask, AWS, Heroku, Mathematica, Matlab, Solid Edge, AutoCad, Salesforce. He’s more interested in Machine Learning, Data Analysis and Start-ups at these specific categories.
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Pati will be talking about endorsement for how research and data can help these companies in the US
As a therapist and sound artist, Pati Pellerito is passionate about the intersection of healing and art. She has her expertise on therapeutic bodywork, Eastern philosophies of wellness, shamanic studies, ancient wisdom teachings, and the science of sound and vibrational medicine to create a safe and sacred space for inner peace and joy. In practice for more than 25 years, Pati has a deep connection to helping others create a healthy and harmonious life, living from the heart.
Follow her events and work on her website centerofsound.com
Read more about Pati and her journey in Nepal at PATI PALLERITO, A Sound Therapist and Artist
Roshan will talk about How Silicon Valley startups are looking at Trasformative Tech, A gym for the mind using AI and VR.
Roshan is CEO/Founder of myndscape, a company dedicated to caring for the wellness and balance of individuals, families and businesses through the collaboration of various holistic modalities encouraging healing and wellness from within the person or organization. Roshan is a passionate Technology Entrepreneur with strong interest in Virtual & Augmented Reality, Cognitive Neuroscience, Brain Computer Interface, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence. His vision is to reprogram the human mind by leveraging bleeding edge technology & science to unlock the innate creative & spiritual potential within each and every human being.
Myndscape specialities includes Psychotherapy, life coaching, diet and nutrition, massage therapy, yoga, mediation, staff training and development, compliance, and stress management.
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Bijay Niraula (CEO iBriz.ai)
Event Co-ordinator – Bijay is a serial entrepreneur living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He did his MBA from SIUE. He is passionate about the field of Transformative Technology because he feels that if we have control over our mind, the rest will follow. With the advancement in technologies like AI and ML, the potential to understand the mind has tremendously increased. Nepal can be a key player in the Transformative Tech Eco System. The opportunity to include our younger generation is tremendous.
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