Neural Interfaces workshop, conference, June 20-23 (student status letter due tomorrow)

1. Beyond Brain Machine Interface: From Senses to Cognition
Co-sponsored by IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society and Army Research Office
June 20, 2010, Long Beach, CA
Travel fellowships, poster abstracts, and registration:
http://tnsre.bme.jhu.edu/

2. 39th Neural Interfaces Conference
Co-sponsored by NIH Deep Brain Stimulation Consortium
June 21-23, 2010, Long Beach, CA
Free registration for students (Faculty Advisor letter due May 21)
Program, registration, and further information:
http://www.neuralinterfaces2010.com/

A workshop on the topic “Beyond Brain Machine Interface: From Senses to Cognition” (http://tnsre.bme.jhu.edu), sponsored by Army Research Office and IEEE EMBS, will take place on June 20, 2010, just preceding the Neural Interfaces Conference (June 21-23, Long Beach, CA). The goal of the workshop is to push the frontiers of BMI, from sensory and motor interfaces to enhancing cognitive and physical performance. To achieve this vision, the Workshop will provide a state of the art review of the field, share experiences with current systems and experimental paradigms and then present ideas and initiatives for future activities in the field.

The workshop will be designed with a pioneering spirit to push the frontiers of BMI in humans. Distinguished leaders in the field will give reviews and keynote presentations. Active researchers and young scientists are invited to present their work and progress. Junior scientists, postdocs, and advanced graduate students are invited to apply for travel fellowships to participate and to display their posters by sending an email with an abstract and a CV to editortnsre at gmail.com with subject “Beyond BMI Workshop”. The registration form and further information is available at “http://tnsre.bme.jhu.edu/”.

39th Neural Interfaces Conference Highlights:

– June 21-23, 2010, Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, CA

– 30 platform presentations from leaders in neuromodulation and neural engineering
– 176 poster presentations
– 23 sponsors, including major Neurotech companies (Medtronic, St. Jude Neuromod), small businesses as well as NIH and the VA
– The broad and generous sponsorship allows for low-cost registration without compromising the quality of the meeting
– FREE registration for students (details below)
– Attended by an multi-disciplinary group of clinicians, engineers, and scientists representing academia and industry

All students are eligible for no cost registration. When registering on-line for the conference, under the payment section, please select “student”. Please note, your conference registration is not complete until you submit a letter from your Faculty Advisor confirming your current student status. The letter must be written or typed on your schools letterhead and submitted no later than Friday, May 21st. Your no-cost student registration for the conference is contingent upon receiving this letter. Letters may be emailed to Lex Davies at LDavies@JBSAssociates.ws or mailed to her attention at 954 La Mirada Street, Laguna Beach CA 92651.

Conference program, registration, and more information at:
http://www.neuralinterfaces2010.com/

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