The 9th International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering will be held at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square Hotel, San Francisco, CA – USA on March 20-23, 2019.
The conference program will feature preconference workshops, plenary talks, invited talks, and poster presentations.
All one (1) page abstracts and four (4) page papers will be peer reviewed. Accepted one (1) page abstract and full-length four (4) page papers will appear in the Conference Proceedings. Only four(4) page papers will be published in IEEE Xplore.
Members of the Neuroscience, Engineering and Bioethics Communities are encouraged to attend this highly multidisciplinary meeting. The conference will highlight emerging neurotechnologies for the restoration and enhancement of impaired sensory, motor, and cognitive functions, novel engineering tools for elucidating brain function, and discussions on the ethics of neurotechnology use and adoption by impaired and healthy individuals.
The conference program will feature preconference workshops highlighting some of the most topical subjects in NER. Members of the Neuroscience, Engineering and Bioethics Communities will be attending this highly multidisciplinary meeting. Please go to our Workshop tab for more details and how to submit your workshop proposal. Please note submission dates on the website.
The conference Preliminary Schedule is posted on our website. Please check our site often as we update the schedule with further details.
Danielle Bassett, Ph.D.
Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor – American Physicist and Systems Neuroscientist
University of Pennsylvania
Jack L. Gallant, Ph.D.
The University of California at Berkeley
Mark George, M.D.
Professor and Director of the University’s Advanced Imaging Research Center
Medical University of South Carolina
Robert T. Knight, M.D.
Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience
Department of Psychology, Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute
Stephanie Lacour, Ph.D.
Professor and Bartarelli Foundation Chair
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Krishna Shenoy. Ph.D.
Professor and Director of the Neural Prosthetic Systems Laboratory