[Comp-neuro] 8th International Summer School „Multimodal integration of brain measurements in research and clinical practice“

Uwe Graichen uwe.graichen at tu-ilmenau.de
Wed May 16 15:46:04 CEST 2018


Dear colleagues,

we are pleased to announce the

8th International Summer School in Biomedical Engineering „Multimodal
integration of brain measurements in research and clinical practice“,
1st – 12th October 2018 in Chengdu, China.

This event stands in the tradition of a series of successful summer
schools on hot themes in biomedical engineering, dedicated to intense
learning in the fruitful atmosphere of tight interaction between
students and world-leading specialists.

This year’s summer school is devoted to EEG/MEG source reconstruction
technologies in the frame work of multimodal integration of brain
measurements in research and clinical practice.

In particular, the 8th International Summer School on Biomedical
Engineering will focus on methodological approaches and challenges,
measurement devices and characteristics, types of underlying theoretic
modeling, specifics of data analysis, ability to derive conclusions
about neuroscientific meaning. It will cover both theoretical
foundations and practical applications. We aim at a thorough
understanding of the underlying mechanisms. Thus, we will develop a
critical view on current applications and possible future developments.

The second important aim of the summer school consists in providing
contact with both leading experts in the field and other students with
similar interests, thereby facilitating the exchange of ideas on latest
developments in the field.

Target Group:
- PhD students
- Advanced Master students
- Researchers entering the field of brain measurement and stimulation
techniques

Further Information about the 7th International Summer School in
Biomedical Engineering:
www.bme-school.org
We would be happy to receive your application. Please pass this
announcement to your colleagues who might be interested.

Sincerely,

Jens Haueisen and Thomas Knösche


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