Deadline Extension: BBCI Workshop 2009 on Advances in Neurotechnology (Berlin, July 8-10)

Deadline Extension: BBCI Workshop 2009 on Advances in Neurotechnology (Berlin, July 8-10)

Posted by Rebecca Martin on Thu, 28/05/2009 - 00:00

Due to several requests and the fact that June 1st is a national holiday in some countries, we have extended the poster submission deadline as well as the early registration deadline.

Call for Participation
Call for Poster Submissions

BBCI Workshop 2009
July 8-10, Berlin, Germany

http://bbci.agilemeetings.com

IMPORTANT DATES

* Submission Date: 2009-06-09 **extended**
* Notification of Acceptance: 2009-06-15 **extended**
* Workshop Date: 2009-07-08 - 2009-07-10

ORGANIZATION

* Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology (BFNT-B) in cooperation with the
* Bernstein Center for Computation Neuroscience Berlin (BCCN-B) and the
* Berlin Institute of Technology (TUB)

Klaus-Robert Mueller, TUB and BFNT-B
Benjamin Blankertz, TUB and BFNT-B
John-Dylan Haynes, BCCN-B
Michael Tangermann, TUB
Steven Lemm, Fraunhofer FIRST
Matthias L. Jugel, BFNT-B

Andrea Gerdes, TUB/Workshop Secretary

DESCRIPTION

Different approaches to Brain-Computer Interfaces have been developed, each one with specific solutions that range from understanding and explaining cognitive functions to communicating with real and virtual environments by thought alone.

The Berlin BCI Workshop presents an overview, in-depth tutorials and discussions on the latest research at all levels of interaction. The research presented will cover invasive recording, with its high temporal and spatial resolution, semi-invasive ECoG, non-invasive EEG, with high temporal and low spatial resolution, non-invasive NIRS and fMRI measurement, with partially high spatial and low temporal resolution and potential combinations of the different methods.

The workshop programme includes one day full of tutorials on invasive BCI, electro-physiology and non-invasive BCI. The two other workshop days cover all aspects of invasive and non-invasive EEG, NIRS and fMRI, plus informative results of the "TOBI: Tools for Brain-Computer Interaction" project, aspects of Brain@Work (neurotechnology-based man-machine interaction for industrial applications) and our newly founded Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology (Noninvasive Neurotechnologies for Man-Machine Interactions). The poster session following the tutorials will cross over into the BBCI barbecue, smoothing discussions with drinks and food.

SUBMISSION

Please send your posters (in PDF) or abstracts (max. 2 pages, PDF or plain text) to the poster chair Michael Tangermann , no later than 2009-06-09.

Maximum final poster size is A0 (width x height: 841mm × 1189mm).

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

- Miguel Nicolelis, Duke University
- Gerwin Schalk, Wadsworth Center
- Theresa Vaughan, Wadsworth Center
- Niels Birbaumer, Eberhard-Karls-University Tuebingen
- Nikos K. Logothetis, MPI for Biological Cybernetics
- Gert Pfurtscheller, University of Graz
- Eberhard E. Fetz, University of Washington
- Christa Neuper, University of Graz
- Lars Kai Hansen, Technical University of Denmark
- Jack Gallant, University of California - Berkeley
- Rainer Goebel, Maastricht University
- Alexander Gail, Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen
- Gert Pfurtscheller, University of Graz
- Theresa Vaughan, Wadsworth Center
- Eilon Vaadia, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Ruediger Rupp, Stiftung Orthopaedische Universitaetsklinik, Heidelberg
- Gabriel Curio, Charité Berlin
- John-Dylan Haynes, Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience
- Klaus-Robert Mueller, Berlin Institute of Technology
- Benjamin Blankertz, Berlin Institute of Technology
- Michael Tangermann, Berlin Institute of Technology

VENUE

Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin, located at the beautiful campus Mitte of the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin.

http://www.bccn-berlin.de/

WORKSHOP FEES

Business: 300 EUR
Standard: 250 EUR

* Early Registration Discount (before 2009-06-18)

- Academic : 200 EUR
- Bernstein: 100 EUR
- Students : 50 EUR

FUNDING

The workshop is supported by the Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology Berlin and an application for PASCAL funding is pending.