First Neuroscience in the Everyday World Conference
- All Day on Tuesday, August 29, 2023
At the first Neuroscience of the Everyday World conference, we propose to bring together leaders in the fields of computer science, biomedical engineering, cognitive science, neurology, and clinical neuroscience to present state-of-the-art research, all focused on the study of continuous brain measurement in real-world activities. The presentations will all focus on innovative methodologies (e.g., fNIRS, EEG, BCI+real time feedback), different real-world contexts (e.g., measurements at home, in the clinic/hospital), and a range of healthy and disease states (e.g., dementia, stroke). The conference will be 1.5 days with 2 keynotes, 3 symposia and a poster session (details subject to change): About the Conference Day 1 – Keynote: Joy Hirsch (Yale, US) Day 1 – Symposium 1: Innovations in technologies to continuously monitor the brain in the real world. Day 1 – Symposium 2: Monitoring the brain in healthy subjects Day 1 – Poster Sessions Day 2 – Keynote 2: Hasan Ayaz, (Drexel University, USA) Day 2 – Symposium 3: Monitoring the brain in clinical populations. Applications of continuous brain monitoring in neurological disorders and development.