[Comp-neuro] Call for Abstracts – IWSP7: Epilepsy Mechanisms, Models, Prediction & Control
levink at unimelb.edu.au
Tue Feb 10 00:37:36 CET 2015
The 7th International Workshop on Seizure Prediction (IWSP7: Epilepsy Mechanisms, Models, Prediction & Control) will bring together world leading epileptologists, engineers, physicists, mathematicians, neurosurgeons and neuroscientists to focus on epilepsy research in Melbourne Australia from 3-6 August 2015.
Abstract submission deadline: 16th April 2015.
Notification of acceptance: 31st May 2015.
Early bird registration: full: AU$465; Student/Early Career Researcher: AU$165.
Early bird registration deadline: 30th June 2015.
Standard registration: full: AU$565; Student/Early Career Researcher: AU$265.
Over 30 generous travel stipends will be awarded to participants submitting the best abstracts as determined by the IWSP7 Scientific Advisory Board. The majority will be awarded to undergraduate or postgraduate students and early career researchers (people who completed their PhD within the period of the 3 years preceding 3rd August 2015).
Topics for abstracts include, but are not limited to: seizure prediction, detection and control; seizure mechanisms, animal models and human neurophysiology; neuroimaging of epilepsy/seizure localisation; computational modelling of epilepsy; epilepsy networks; high frequency oscillations; model-based estimation, statistical signal processing or control theory applied to epilepsy.
For information on invited speakers and the preliminary conference program, and how to submit abstracts and register visit: www.iwsp7.org<http://www.iwsp7.org>
Please forward this notice to anyone that you think might be interested.
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!
On behalf of the local organizing committee
Levin Kuhlmann, PhD
David B. Grayden, PhD
Mark J. Cook, MD
Dean R. Freestone, PhD
Alan Lai, PhD
Elma O'Sullivan-Greene, PhD
Andre Peterson, BSc(hons)
Email: organizingcommittee at iwsp7.org<mailto:organizingcommittee at iwsp7.org>
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