A workshop on Brain-Computer Interface for fNIRS will be held by NIRx; Nov 29-Dec 1 in Nara, Japan: http://rtfin2017.atr.jp/ The mission of rtFIN is to facilitate interdisciplinary communication within the neurofeedback community. Our third conference, rtFIN 2017, will be held in Nara, Japan from Nov 29th to Dec 1st, hosted by Dr.… read more
Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is an inexpensive, motion-tolerant, and non-invasive brain imaging technology now available at the Brain and Behavioral Sciences Laboratory. The equipment manufacturer NIRx is offering a free workshop at UT Austin for researchers interested in learning about how to apply fNIRS to their work.
1st Mexican Symposium on Near Infared Spectroscopy Neuroimaging (MexNIRS); Oct 20-21 in Cholula, Puebla, Mexico: http://ccc.inaoep.mx/~bio/NIRS2017/ Keynote speakers Prof. Clare Elwell, University College London (UCL), United Kingdom (Opening keynote) The BRIGHT Project – Brain Imaging for Global Health Prof. David Boas, Massachusetts General Hospital, United States (Closing keynote) fNIRS in… read more