BaCI Conference 2017

29.8 - 2.9.2017, Bern, Switzerland

BaCI 2017: International Conference on Basic and Clinical Multimodal Imaging: Where experts in basic and clinical neuroscience meet

We are pleased to announce the 3rd BaCI meeting to take place in Bern, Switzerland from August 29 to September 2 2017.

As joint meeting of ECNS, ISBET, ISFSI and ISNIP, the BaCI 2017 meeting will be an exchange platform for ideas and knowledge of the members of the different societies. We specifically aim at fostering discussions among the society members and profiting from their complementary expertise in clinical applications, methodological EEG, psychiatric topics and inverse solutions of EEG data by organizing joint symposia hosted by at least two different societies.

In addition there will be a public opening lecture, a number of keynote lectures with renowned speakers, satellite symposia and training courses, and poster and free communication sessions where participants will be able to present their own research.

The conference is organized by the University Hospital of Psychiatry of the University of Bern.

Partner societies

The ANDREA pre-conference program is now available

Dry electrodes for EEG
Concluding workshop of the ANDREA European project


This workshop, promoted by the partners of the ANDREA European project (www.andreaproject.eu), is meant to inform and educate everyone - beginners and experts - interested in EEG using dry and semi-dry electrodes. All related aspects, from novel electrode technologies and multi-channel EEG caps to specific electronics solution and signal processing methods, will be covered. A further focus is on the validation of the new technologies in multiple clinical and research applications. The partners of the ANDREA project and external experts will present the most recent advancements in the field and discuss future research directions.

The full program of the ANDREA conference is now available and can be downloaded here.
Have a look at the free pre-conference training courses
We are happy to announces that we a series of pre-conference training courses on available solutions to common problems in the analysis of brain functional data. The courses will be held by those who both developed the presented algorithms, and the software tools that make them available. All courses will contain a theoretical part, and hands-on analyses of sample data-sets. Courses are free for all participants of the meeting, but space may be limited. The courses will take place on Wedndesday, 29.8.2017 and Thursday, 30.8.2017 at the University of Bern. More details about the courses can be found here.
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