The 4th Neurovation symposium will be held on October 6-7, 2014 in the conference center of het Muntgebouw in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The theme of Neurovation 2014 is “Technological applications in neurocognition” and it concerns the measurement and influencing of the brain using non-invasive or invasive technologies.
The symposium intends to gather people with a variety of backgrounds who are active in the field of Brain and Cognitive Science on topics as diverse as brain stimulation, healthy aging, mental wellbeing, new technology for measuring brain signals, fundamental and applied research, clinicians, policy makers, as well as those looking for business opportunities. Invited presentations of distinguished scientists and business visionaries will fuel discussion on the applications that are relevant for society at large, and foster the formation of an innovation community.
The program comprises two days of single-track keynotes and lectures and an evening session with interaction over dinner. Neurovation 2014 strives for a good balance between presentations and interaction with, for instance, poster presentations during breaks between the four sessions:
- Measuring the brain’s electrical signals
- Electrically stimulating the brain
- Measuring brain signals using light
- Stimulating the brain using light
The aim of the symposium is to provide a bridge between fundamental and applied research and to create opportunities for the application of research findings in products that will benefit people’s health and wellbeing. It does so by enabling interaction across research disciplines and methods and by stimulating collaborations between industry and academia.
Posters and demos
For those interested there is an opportunity to present posters and demos. Proposed posters and demos will be reviewed for relevancy regarding the four main topics. Please send your poster abstract via the appropriate form that will be published in due course on our website.
For more information, e.g. regarding registration, we refer you to our website:http://www.
Early registration is encouraged because of a limited number of seats and early birds will get a discount.