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Conference Instructions (Sep 7, 2021)
1、 The Congress will last for 5 days from Sep.7 to 11. It has 11 invited Keynotes, 53 symposiums and 331 posters in total, from which 103 were selected for oral presentations.
2、 The abstract book, the International Journal of Psychophysiology, is available now. Please click here to download.
3、 Websites of the Congress
4、 Congress program: Please register and log in to the system to check the Congress program.
5、 Congress guidelines:
a. The conference will last for 5 days and most of the presentations are pre-recorded, while a few will run live. Attendees can access the conference system to view the pre-recorded presentations from 3 September.
b. Registered attendees can go to the conference hall watching all the pre-recorded videos (Keynotes, Symposia and Oral presentations) at any time and join in the live Q&A session in the scheduled time with the speakers; as for the live sessions, you can watch the presentation directly in the scheduled time and interact with speakers in the Q&A session as well.
c. The registered attendees can go to the poster gallery to view poster presentations and leave comments to the presenters.
d. If you need any help during the Congress, please address the help desk in the conference lobby and our staff will answer your questions and reach out to you soon.
Topic: Open Neuroscience
Alan Evans, PhD
Professor, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University, Canada.
Scientific Director, Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform
Topic: Resting State Functional MRI
Bharat Biswal, PhD
Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Topic: Mind Control: Why, What and How
Bin He, PhD
Professor, Department Head of Biomedical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, USA.
Topic: Weber Law and Brain Organization
György Buzsáki, MD, PhD
Professor, School of Medicine, New York University, USA
Topic: EEG Based Brain Effective Connectivity Maturation during the First Year of Life
Jorge Bosch-Bayard, PhD
Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University, Canada
Topic: Development and Function of the Corpus Callosum
Linda Richards, PhD
Professor, Deputy Director (Research), Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland, Australia.
Topic: Thirty Years of Mirror Neurons
Luciano Fadiga, PhD
Professor, Human Physiology, University of Ferrara, Italy
Director, Center for Translational Neurophysiology, The Italian Institute of Technology, Italy
Topic: Deep Brain Stimulation as a Network Modulation Tool in Neurology and Psychiatry
Marjan Jahanshahi, PhD
Professor, Queen Square Institute of Neurology, Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences, University College London, UK
Topic: Macaque Models of Psychosis
Mu-ming Poo, PhD
Professor Emeritus, University of California, USA.
Director, Institute of Neuroscience, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Topic: Brain Network Analysis via Graph-Theory on EEG Recordings in Physiological and Pathological Brain Aging
Paolo Maria Rossini, PhD
Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy.
Director, Neuroscience Area Agostino Gemelli University Polyclinic
Topic: Advancing High-Resolution Imaging of Scalp EEG and Mobile brain/body Imaging
Scott Makeig, PhD
Professor, Director, Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience, University of California, San Diego, USA
Important Dates (May 21, 2021)
May 15, 2021 (Mar 15, 2021)
No more extension!
Deadline for symposium proposals and full abstract submissions
NOTE: Acceptance or refusal will be notified by May 28, 2021 (Apr 1, 2021)
May 15, 2021 (Apr 15, 2021)
No more extension!
Deadline for poster submissions
NOTE: Acceptance, revision, or refusal of submitted abstracts will be notified by May 28, 2021 (May 1, 2021)
|Jun 9, 2021 (May 15, 2021)|
Deadline for revision
|Jun 9, 2021|
Deadline for early bird registration
Jun 9, 2021
Due date of registration for the presenters (symposia and poster)
All the participants except for invited speakers need to pay the registration fees by the due date. Each individual registration can cover only one abstract, and each group registration can cover up to 5 abstracts. Otherwise the accepted abstracts will not appear on the program and proceedings.
As is a tradition for IOP, accepted abstracts by delegates who fully register will be published as a special issue of the International Journal of Psychophysiology (5-year Impact Factor: 3.174). They will therefore be on the WoS and other databases.