Registration is only valid when full payment is received. Registration fee includes: breaks, lunches and conference binder. The Conference Dinner is to be reserved separately from the conference and exact pricing will be announced soon.
|Full Registration||4 full-day registration incl. Symposia, Keynotes, Lunches, Coffee/Tea Breaks + Special Event||475€|
|Early bird registration (Until November 1st)||400€|
|SAN Members*||4 full-day registration incl. Symposia, Keynotes, Lunches, Coffee/Tea Breaks + Special Event||375€|
|Student registration**||4 full-day registration incl. Symposia, Keynotes, Lunches, Coffee/Tea Breaks with discount||275€|
|Conference Dinner||Gala dinner incl. visit to the NASA Human Adventure Exhibition||TBC|
* Members of SAN will not receive an early bird discount.
** Students must apply for registration with a confirmation of their student status. Students will not receive an early bird discount. Only MSc and PhD students are eligible to apply for student registrations.
It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the conference website of the 2014 Meeting of the Society of Applied Neurosciences (SAN), jointly organized with the National Initiative Brain and Cognition (NIHC). The conference will be held from January 30th to February 2nd, 2014 in the Royal Dutch Jaarbeurs in Utrecht (The Netherlands).
Confirmed keynote speakers include Niels Birbaumer, John Gruzelier, Pascal Fries, Katya Rubia, Thomas Schlaepfer and Jeff Daskalakis. Further keynote and invited speakers will be announced later.
Apart from the highly promising scientific program, there will also be a lively social program which will give our guests the opportunity to enjoy the city and its people. Besides, one of our main purposes is to give the chance to all colleagues to establish new fruitful international collaborations in areas of mutual academic and clinical interests.
The conference will specifically focus on the following topics:
- Electroencephalography (EEG and QEEG)
- Neurofeedback (EEG, fMRI, NIRS)
- Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI)
- Neuromodulation techniques (rTMS, tDCS, tACS)
- Neurophysiology (EEG, ERP's and Cognition)
- Sleep, chronobiology, circadian systems and light as a neuromodulation technique
- Social Neuroscience and affective neuroscience
- Non-clinical applications, optimal performance and human enhancement
- Learning, education and neuroscience
- Food, brain and cognition
SAN2014 program is going to be announced soon.
The conference location is:
Royal Dutch Jaarbeurs in Utrecht
Juliana Congress Room
Croeselaan 6, 3521 CA
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Tel: +31(030) 2955881
Martijn Arns or Leon Kenemans (local organizers)
Tel: +31 6 48177919
Local Scientific Advisory Committee
Geert van Boxtel
Jack van Honk
Eus van Someren
International Scientific Advisory Committee
Dirk de Ridder
Early bird discounted registration: October 29th, 2013
Deadline for abstract submission (oral and posters): November 1st, 2013
Conference dates: January 30th - February 2nd, 2014
Special Section Papers
045001 Eye-gaze independent EEG-based brain–computer interfaces for communication A Riccio, D Mattia, L Simione, M Olivetti and F Cincotti doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045001 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (225 KB) Enhanced article HTML
045002 Introducing the tactile speller: an ERP-based brain–computer interface for communication Marjolein van der Waal, Marianne Severens, Jeroen Geuze and Peter Desain doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045002 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (902 KB) Enhanced article HTML
045003 Natural stimuli improve auditory BCIs with respect to ergonomics and performance Johannes Höhne, Konrad Krenzlin, Sven Dähne and Michael Tangermann doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045003 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (2.83 MB) Enhanced article HTML
045004 Real-time decoding of the direction of covert visuospatial attention Patrik Andersson, Nick F Ramsey, Mathijs Raemaekers, Max A Viergever and Josien P W Pluim doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045004 Tag this article Abstract References Cited by Full text PDF (1.30 MB) Enhanced article HTML
045005 Does bimodal stimulus presentation increase ERP components usable in BCIs? Marieke E Thurlings, Anne-Marie Brouwer, Jan B F Van Erp, Benjamin Blankertz and Peter J Werkhoven doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045005 Tag this article Abstract References Cited by Full text PDF (1.72 MB) Enhanced article HTML
045006 Exploring motion VEPs for gaze-independent communication Sulamith Schaeff, Matthias Sebastian Treder, Bastian Venthur and Benjamin Blankertz doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045006 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (1.95 MB) Enhanced article HTML
045007 Lingual electrotactile stimulation as an alternative sensory feedback pathway for brain–computer interface applications J Adam Wilson, Léo M Walton, Mitch Tyler and Justin Williams doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045007 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (1.14 MB) Enhanced article HTML
045008 Estimating workload using EEG spectral power and ERPs in the n-back task Anne-Marie Brouwer, Maarten A Hogervorst, Jan B F van Erp, Tobias Heffelaar, Patrick H Zimmerman and Robert Oostenveld doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045008 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (1.06 MB) Enhanced article HTML
045009 The analytic common spatial patterns method for EEG-based BCI data Owen Falzon, Kenneth P Camilleri and Joseph Muscat doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045009 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (988 KB) Enhanced article HTML
045010 L1-Penalized N-way PLS for subset of electrodes selection in BCI experiments Andrey Eliseyev, Cecile Moro, Jean Faber, Alexander Wyss, Napoleon Torres, Corinne Mestais, Alim Louis Benabid and Tetiana Aksenova doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045010 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (2.12 MB) Enhanced article HTML
045011 Time-dependent approach for single trial classification of covert visuospatial attention L Tonin, R Leeb and J del R Millán doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045011 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (1.32 MB) Enhanced article HTML
045012 A comparison of classification techniques for a gaze-independent P300-based brain–computer interface F Aloise, F Schettini, P Aricò, S Salinari, F Babiloni and F Cincotti doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/045012 Tag this article Abstract References Full text PDF (1.62 MB) Enhanced article HTML