Upcoming Conferences Take a Closer Look at the Brain

Events delve into brain-machine interfaces, neural prosthetics, and cognitive neural engineering

3 November 2016

FEATURED CONFERENCE

  • Workshop on Advanced NeuroTechnologies for Brain Initiatives

    SAN DIEGO; 10–11 NOVEMBER

    TOPICS: Electronic and photonic devices and techniques for experimental probing and neural simulation studies; brain-machine interfaces; artificial vision sensors; neural prosthetics that can restore and enhance impaired sensory functions and motor systems; and technologies that monitor and control brain activities to treat neurological diseases including Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, and depression.

    SPONSOR: IEEE Brain Initiative

  • International Conference on Brain-Inspired Cognitive Systems

    BEIJING; 28–30 NOVEMBER

    TOPICS: Audio processing, robotics, language processing, neuro-computational networks, fuzzy systems, evolutionary neural networks, and cognitive neuroscience.

    SPONSOR: IEEE Computational Intelligence Society

  • IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics

    LAS VEGAS; 8–10 JANUARY

    TOPICS: Brain-machine interfaces; augmented and virtual reality; gaming; interactive media; educational computing; RF and wireless technologies; automotive electronics; energy management; Internet of Things; and security and privacy.

    SPONSORS: IEEE Brain and IEEE Cloud Computing initiatives; IEEE Biometrics Council; IEEE Council on RFID; IEEE Consumer Electronics, IEEE Robotics and Automation societies; and the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology

  • International Winter Conference on Brain-Computer Interface

    GANGWON PROVINCE, SOUTH KOREA; 9–11 JANUARY

    TOPICS: Data collection paradigms, interfaces that adapt to the user or the environment, methodologies for multimodal interfaces, advanced machine learning techniques, neuro-feedback, and applications for gaming, neurorehabilitation, and virtual reality.

    SPONSOR: IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society

  • International Joint Conference on Neural Networks

    ANCHORAGE; 14–19 MAY

    TOPICS: Fuzzy, feedforward, large-scale, and recurrent networks; machine learning; data visualization; computational power; deep learning; neural systems; computational neuroscience; neural prostheses; and neurocognitive networks.

    SPONSORS: IEEE Computational Intelligence Society and International Neural Network Society

  • International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference on Neural Engineering

    SHANGHAI; 25–28 MAY

    TOPICS: Brain-computer and brain-machine interfaces; neuroimaging; neural computation and modeling; neural prostheses; brain stimulation; and neurophotonics.

    SPONSOR: IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

  • IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems

    BALTIMORE; 28–31 MAY

    TOPICS: Neurotechnologies, cognitive computing; deep learning, Internet of Things, hardware security, autonomous vehicles; smart cities; biomedical circuits neural networking, and digital signal processing.

    SPONSOR: IEEE Circuits and Systems Society

  • IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics

    BANFF, ALTA., CANADA; 5–8 OCTOBER

    TOPICS: Human-machine interfaces; assistive technology; cybernetics; artificial intelligence; decision-support systems; distributed intelligent systems; interactive and digital media; augmented and virtual reality; image processing; and user interface design.

    SPONSOR: IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society

This article is part of our November 2016 special issue on technologies for the brain.

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