SAN & COST TRAINING COURSES & SYMPOSIUM
NEUROFEEDBACK : ADHD
Dubrovnik President Hotel, 15th – 22nd, April, 2009
SAN: Symposium, Neurofeedback, ADHD, 18,19th April
Introduction to Neurofeedback, COST Training School, 15-17th April
Introduction to ADHD, COST Training School, 20-22rd April
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It is a great pleasure to welcome you to the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Society of Applied Neuroscience - From Basic Neuroscience to Outcome - to be held together with the EC COST Action B27 from 7th to 11th May 2008. We feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to hold this Meeting in the beautiful city of Seville in Spain.
Seville is the largest town in Southern Spain and the city of Carmen, Don Juan and Figaro. The Hotel Hesperia Sevilla, one of Seville's classics, located close to one of the city’s main shopping areas and 5 minutes from the beautiful historic centre of the Andalusian capital will be the conference venue.
The Scientific Programme promises to be an exciting one. Some highlights include plenary addresses by leading scientists such as Dr. Andrew Papanicolau on magnetoencephalography in dyslexia and amnesia, Dr. George Northoff on fMRI and psychiatric conditions, as weel as Dr. Roy John on QEEG applications. The meeting will cover a wide amount of applied neuroscience fields. These include neurofeedback, peripheral biofeedback, brain-computer interfaces, neuro-rehabilitation, and neuronal reorganisation through behavioural methods, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), and real-time self-regulation procedures using fMRI and MEG. For detailed information on the Programme please check the dedicated conference website .
The University of Swansea was the twenty-ninth university to be established in Britain and is one of the four original colleges of the University of Wales, which was created in 1893. Since its foundation, the University has been a scientific and technical institution closely linked to the great industries of South Wales, as well as a renowned centre for the arts, serving the region’s community.
It is set in rolling parkland overlooking the majestic sweep of Swansea Bay. The campus is a stone’s throw from the old fishing village of Mumbles, whose unique seaside atmosphere is complemented by a vibrant social scene popular with students. Travel just a few minutes in the other direction and you reach the Maritime Quarter, a modern waterfront village complete with restaurants, art gallery, theatre and a busy marina.
The Inaugural Conference will be held in the Faraday Building and in Fulton House.
SAN registrations will be in the Faraday Foyer.
COST registration desk will be located in the Fulton House Foyer.
The reception desk for accommodation is in the Rhossili Building.
Lloyd's Bank is located in the foyer of the Taliesin Arts Centre. There are cash machines adjacent to the bank and in the foyer of Fulton House.
The earlier you book, the cheaper your train fare! Train Tickets purchased in advance offer the best value travel in both Standard and First Class. Available in limited numbers, the tickets are sold on a first come first serve basis, so book early if you want to get the best fares!
Whole Conference (3 days): 375 EUR
Daily Rate: 150 EUR
Half-Day Workshop: 100 EUR
Full-Day Workshop: 200 EUR
|Before Aug 14|| After Aug 14|
| SAN ||25%||15% |
| AAPB, ISNR, Eastern Europeans||15%||5% |
Join the Society of Applied Neuroscience for the 2006 Inaugural Conference, to be held in collaboration with the European COST Action B27: Electrical Oscillations and Cognition.
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|Symposia, Papers, Posters, Round Tables:||17 - 19 September|
|Workshops, Training Courses:||14 - 16 September|
|COST:||15 - 16 September|
This conference will bring together both scientists and practitioners
from a wide range of specialist fields.
|Audio-Visual Stimulation||Neurofeedback - EEG, fMRI, MEG|
|Applied Clinical Neuroscience||Brain-Computer Interface|
|Peak Performance||EEG and Cognition|
|Clinical Psychopathology||QEEG Diagnosis|
|Complimentary Evidence Base||Trans-Cranial Magnetic Stimulation|
|Clinical Outcomes||Peripheral Biofeedback|
|Behavioural Measurement||Near Infrared Spectroscopy|
|LORETA and Methodology||Virtual Reality|
|Practitioner Fora||Electrocranial Stimulation|
Alternatively, some cheaper hotels in the city centre:
Closer to the university (less than a mile) are only some very small B&Bs available, such as
Swansea Bay is many destinations rolled into one! The maritime City of Swansea, birthplace of Catherine Zeta Jones and Dylan Thomas, the Victorian seaside resort of Mumbles, the Gower Peninsula and the Waterfalls Country combine into a breathtaking mix of spectacular contrasts.
9.00 – 10.00 KEYNOTE: Roger deBeus
“Efficacy of attention training for children with ADHD: A randomized double-blind placebo-controlled study.”
1.30 – 2.30 KEYNOTE: Niels Birbaumer
9.00 – 10.00 KEYNOTE: Roy John
“Clinical applications of QEEG assisted treatment.”
1.30 – 2.30 KEYNOTE: Juri Kropotov
“Direct Current Stimulation: A review of the evidence.”
9.00-10.00 KEYNOTE: Leslie Prichep
“QEEG prediction of early onset dementia”.
12.30 – 1.30 KEYNOTE: Barry Sterman
“The Pause that Refreshes: EEG Rhythms and Learning.”