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Dr. Ute Strehl and Dr. Hartmut Heinrich have been awarded the 2005 Kramer-Pollnow Award for their research contribution on neurofeedback and ADHD.

Tuesday, 22 November 2005 03:10


Responsibilities of Authors

Open schedule

By submitting, authors agree to be scheduled at any time during the conference. Due to the volume of submissions, requests for specific timing of presentations cannot be considered.

Firm commitment to attend

A submission constitutes a firm commitment to attend and participate if the submission is accepted. Withdrawals are strongly discouraged; if, however, a submission must be withdrawn, please notify the Programme Chair as soon as possible.

General Submission Guidelines

Authors are kindly requested to be certain that their abstracts meet the criteria and guidelines below:

  • Abstracts should not exceed 300 words (not including author information and title).
  • You should prepare your abstract in advance before filling out the Abstract Submission Form. The prepared abstract can be copied and pasted into the boxes provided on the form, or retyped into the form.
  • Only basic ASCII characters can be used. Please use only PLAIN TEXT. No formatting (bold, underline, italics) will transfer, so you should not use any such formatting. Do not include figures, formulae or special characters.
  • All abstracts must be submitted in English.
  • The abstract should consist of four basic statements labeled Background, Methods, Results, and Conclusions. These should briefly describe the problem being addressed in the study, how the study was performed, the salient results, and what the authors conclude from the results.
  • Abstracts should be submitted electronically through the Abstract Submission Form. Your abstract will be automatically forwarded to the Programme Chair.

Abstract Submission Form Instructions

Please note that fields marked with * are required in order for us to be able to process your submission.


Please capitalize all words except for short connectives.

Corresponding Author/Co-Authors

Type first name, last name, primary academic degree (do not include self designated degrees such as CPA, CLU, BCIA), followed directly by number corresponding to the proper affiliation in brackets.


Please number the affiliations, if authors have more than one affiliation. The number corresponding to the proper affiliation should be included after each author’s name in brackets.

John Gruzelier, PhD (1), Juri Kropotov, PhD (2)

(1) Imperial College London, UK
(2) Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia


Please add country code/city to your phone and fax numbers.

Make sure that you have entered complete and correct information in all fields, and then click "Submit."

Abstract Submission Form

To be made available soon 


Tuesday, 01 November 2005 11:34

SAN Symposia on the Bosphorus

More than 100 attendees - including COST participants - met in Istanbul for the 2005 Turkey Training Courses, Workshops and Symposia, held from 29th August to 2nd September on the Bosphurus.

Presentations from the 2nd Annual Meeting of the European Chapter of the International Society for Neuronal Regulation, held in Winterthur, Switzerland, in February 2004 have been added to the members-only downloads area. You must log in to download or view these presentations.
Wednesday, 21 December 2005 09:47

New job openings

New job opening have been posted!

Benefits of membership include:

  • Continuing Education: Gain in-depth exposure to issues in applied neurocience by attending the annual conference, our associated workshops, and other SAN sponsored symposia and conferences at discounted rates.

  • Clinical-Academic Mentoring Scheme: Help formulate clinical material into useable scientific protocols to provide publishable clinical surveys and build up the scientific basis of the field.

  • Professional Growth: Enhance your professional growth by serving on a committee or presenting a paper or poster at the annual conference.

  • Peer Network: Increase your peer network by attending SAN's Annual Conference, as well as working group meetings. 

  • Members Area: Publish meetings and jobs to the SAN website; download members-only materials.

  • Professional News and Information: Obtain updates on training opportunities, conferences, workshops, and the latest professional news.

Scholarpedia is a free peer-reviewed encyclopedia that combines the philosophies of Wikipedia and Encyclopedia Britannica.

Scholarpedia hosts Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience, Encyclopedia of Dynamical Systems, and Encyclopedia of Computational Intelligence.

All three will be published in a printed form, and will be used as seeds to start Encyclopedia of Cognitive Neuroscience, Encyclopedia of Applied Mathematics, and Encyclopedia of Computer Science (later next year).


Scholarpedia update:

  • Number of registered users: 609
  • Number of curators: 330
  • Number of reserved articles: 415
  • Number of peer-reviewed articles: 23
see http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Special:Allpages&wpShowReviewed=1

5 recent articles in Neuroscience:

  • Sherman S.M. (2006) Thalamus. Scholarpedia, p.3553
  • Schultz W. (2006) Reward. Scholarpedia.
  • Schultz W. (2006) Reward Signals. Scholarpedia.
  • Freeman W. (2006) Scale-Free Neocortical Dynamics. Scholarpedia.
  • Beggs J.M. (2006) Neuronal Avalanche. Scholarpedia.

5 recent articles in Dynamical Systems:

  • Milnor J. (2006) Attractor. Scholarpedia.
  • Murdock J. (2006) Normal Form. Scholarpedia.
  • Holmes P. and Shea-Brown E. (2006) Stability. Scholarpedia, p.4208
  • Kuznetsov Yu. (2006) Andronov-Hopf Bifurcation. Scholarpedia, p.3799
  • Kuznetsov Yu. (2006) Saddle-Node Bifurcation. Scholarpedia, p.3778

There is an ongoing election of authors for many articles, including "Neuron", "Synapse", "STDP", "Neural Networks", "Associative Memory", "Machine Vision", "Error Back-Propagation", "Bayesian Learning". To participate in the election, you need to register with the invitation key 'IEEE'.

Friday, 22 September 2006 12:36

2006 Abstracts Now Online

Abstracts of the 2006 SAN Inaugural Conference will remain available online. The Proceedings are also available as a booklet in PDF-format in the download area (members-only).

SAN offers now a mailing list for SAN members only. New members, please subscribe to the SAN List.

To subscribe, please log in and then click on "Subscribe SAN List" on the User Menu (available to registered members only).

All members are welcome to actively contribute to the SAN Mailing List.

Wednesday, 19 July 2006 21:42

Registration for 2006 Inaugural Now Open

Click here to register for the 2006 SAN Inaugural and COST Conferences, to be held 14-19 September in Swansea, UK.


Website Modifications are currently underway  including matters relating to Membership and to Certification and Training


If you are facing any problems with the login procedure or the membership renewal, you are kindly asked to send us an email in the mklados{at}gmail{dot}com

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The Society of Applied Neurosciences in cooperation with the Medical School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the Department of Neurology of the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, have the great pleasure to welcome you to the SAN2016 meeting, which will be held in Corfu Island, Greece.


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