[Comp-neuro] 2nd TOBI Workshop - Rome, 2-3 December 2010

Febo Cincotti f.cincotti at hsantalucia.it
Thu Sep 9 07:09:55 CEST 2010


  TOBI Workshop II:
Translational issues in BCI development: user needs, ethics, and 
technology transfer

Fondazione Santa Lucia, Rome, Italy
Dec. 2-3, 2010

http://www.tobi-project.org/TOBI-workshop-2
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= Announcement =

The TOBI Project (Tools for Brain Interaction, 
http://www.tobi-project.org) is organizing its second workshop, which 
follows the one held in Graz on February 2010.

The goal of the 2nd TOBI workshop is to draw the current and future 
scenarios involving themes of utmost relevance to fill the gap between 
the promises of the neural engineering achievements and the clinical 
application reality in terms of BCIs as a daily use assisted device and 
as add-on intervention in the rehabilitation protocols:

i.   user centered research and design
ii.  neuroethics
iii. technology transfer

The scientific program will consist of keynote talks, oral 
presentations, poster presentations, and round table.

A satellite session on clustering of EU-funded projects will take place 
(open to participants to EU-funded projects).

Partial list of speakers:

- Richard Frackowiak, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Switzerland.
- Andrea Kübler, Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg, Germany
- Donatella Mattia, Fondazione Santa Lucia, Rome, Italy
- José del R. Millán, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
- Klaus-R. Müller, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
- Guglielmo Tamburrini, Federico II University of Naples, Italy
- Paul Timmers, Head of Unit for ICT for Inclusion in the European 
Commission (to be confirmed).


= Call for papers =

Participants are invited to submit a 2-pages paper, which will be peer 
reviewed. Template and instruction for submission can be found on the 
workshop's web site.

Papers can be accepted either for an oral or a poster presentation.

Accepted papers will be published on a special issue on the 
International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism (ISSN 1456-7865).

Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version 
for a special issue to be published on a prominent journal of the field 
(to be announced).

Deadline for paper submission: October 11, 2010


= Registration =

Participants are required to register through the conference menagement 
system (link available on the workshop's web site). Registration 
includes lunches, coffee breaks, and the social dinner.

Registration fees are:

      70 Euro by November 1
     120 Euro by November 19
     170 Euro onsite


= Important dates =

Paper submission:      11 October  2010
Early registration:     1 November 2010
Late registration:     19 November 2010
Workshop:             2-3 December 2010


= Venue =

The workshop will be held at the Congress Center of Fondazione Santa 
Lucia IRCCS, via Ardeatina 306, in the south-eastern part of Rome, close 
to the Appia Antica Park.

Hotel rooms have been pre-booked downtown Rome (in the vicinity of 
Piazza Repubblica, conveniently linked the main city attractions by 
public transportation).

Complimentary buses will transfer the participants (at the beginning and 
at the end of the sessions) between the workshop venue and Piazza 
Repubblica.

The social program will include a visit to the archaeological 
attractions of the city, followed by a dinner downtown.
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= Info =

Official web page:
    http://www.tobi-project.org/TOBI-workshop-2

Send info requests to:
    tobiworkshop_AT_hsantalucia.it

Find a more detailed PDF version of the announcement at:
    
http://www.tobi-project.org/sites/default/files/public/Workshop/Announcement_2ndTOBIws.pdf

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Febo Cincotti, PhD, BME
Research Scientist
Neuroelectrical Imaging and BCI Lab
Fondazione Santa Lucia
Via Ardeatina, 306
I-00179 Roma, Italy
Tel   +39 06 5150 1466
Fax   +39 06 5150 1467
email  f.cincotti at hsantalucia.it
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