Contributions are invited in the following areas:
- EEG and MEG imaging and mapping the brain
- fMRI, NIRS and PET
- Multimodal functional neuroimaging
- Cognitive engineering and science
- Clinical applications
- Inverse problems and spatial filters
- Brain-machine interface (BMI)
- Basic researches
Full paper submission:
A number of selected papers will be published in a book “Brain Topography and Multimodal Imaging” from Kyoto University Press. After the notification of abstract acceptance, authors who wish to submit a paper for this special issue may submit an electronic version of their papers according to the editorial guidelines at the present website. Contributed papers will be peer reviewed by program committee members. Deadline for submission of papers (2-4 pages) is July 31st.
Young investigator competition:
The program committee will award the best presentation for young investigators. To participate in the competition the presenter must be less than 37 years old on October 2nd, 2009 and notify the participation at the time of abstract submission.