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April, 24th

11 :00 – Plenary Hugues Duffau
12 :45 – Plenary Karl Deisseroth
13 :30 – Invited Session: Visual prosthetics
16:00 – Symposium: BCI

08:00 – Symposium: BMI Control of FES
11:30 – Plenary Karlheinz Meier
15:15 – Invited Session: Organic Electronics
16:30 – Symposium Autonomic visceral modulation

11:00 – Plenary John Rogers
12:45 – Invited Session: Neurophotonics
15:15 – Symposium Neuromodulation for epilepsy

2015, 24th January
  • Important information on paper submission and registration is available on the Registration fees and details page here.
2015, 21st January
  • 1 page paper submission dead-line postponed to 23rd of January
2014, 18th December
2014, 26th November
  • Final 4 page paper submission due 26th of November.
2014, 8th October
  • Pr A.L. Benabid, chairman of CEA CLINATEC, received the Lasker DeBakey clinical medical research award ( for his work on Deep Brain Stimulation. He will give a talk at NER’15.
  • A BCI challenge will be open mid-November. The three best competitors will receive a prize and the winner will be invited to publish a full paper in IEEE TBME.
2014, 3rd September
  • Pr Karlheinz Meier, is professor at Heidelberg University and he will give a plenary talk on computational neurosciences. He is also co director of the European flagship Human Brain Project.
2014, 23rd June
  • Prof Hugues Duffau, neurosurgeon and head of the neurosurgery unit at University Hospital of Montpellier will give a talk on brain mapping during awake surgery.
  • Prof John Rogers is currently Swanlund Chair Professor at University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign and will give a plenary talk on unusual electronic and photonic devices applied to biomedical fields.
2014, 6th June
  • Paper submission is open ! 6 student travel grants are available. Best papers will be selected for journal publication in IEEE TNSRE/TBME (see “paper submission” for details).
  • Prof Karl Deisseroth from Stanford University will give a plenary talk on the most advanced breakthroughs in optogenetics.

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