We are now accepting proposals for symposia and e-posters.

1) Symposia proposals:

During this first phase, only symposium abstract should be submitted (300 words). The individual abstracts of the symposium sections will be required to be submitted only after approval of the proposal.

Please consider the following instructions:

o Symposium will have to include 2 chairpersons and 3-4 speakers.
o Considering both speakers and chairpersons, a maximum of 2 people from the same Country and 2 people from the same Department is allowed.
o Gender and geographical balance is pursued.
o Include a short paragraph on educational objectives if appropriate.
o All proposal should be submitted in English.

Extended deadline for symposia: 30th June 2021

2) E-poster proposals:

In this first phase, you are required to submit only the abstract for your e-poster proposal. After approval of your proposal, you will be required to upload the actual poster.

Please consider the following instructions:
o Please use generic names of drugs.
o The abstract must be balanced and contain no commercial promotional content.
o Please note that patient names, hospital ID numbers or other identifying information are not allowed in the abstract and poster.
o Tables are not allowed, but you can upload one figure if required.

Abstracts (max. 250 words) should use the following structured format:
- Introduction
- Objectives
- Methods
- Results
- Conclusions

Deadline: 30th June 2021

Topics of the proposals

- EEG/MEG and brain imaging endophenotypes in precision medicine: standard and new findings
- Clinical application of EEG/MEG and brain imaging findings
- EEG/MEG and brain imaging biomarkers of conversion to psychosis and dementia
- EEG/MEG and brain imaging biomarkers in children with cognitive disorders
- Structural and functional brain connectivity measures
- Progress and challenges in EEG/MEG source imaging
- Neurophysiology of cognition and emotions
- Neurostimulation and neuromodulation
- Translational neurophysiology
- Advances in the modeling of the brain activity
- Multimodal neuroimaging: research and clinical application
- Microstates, celebrating the first fifty years of a method of studying brain activity
- EEG/MEG and brain imaging biomarkers of psychopathology: from basic to clinical neuroscience
- Brain plasticity, basic and clinical imaging of disability
- Innovations in brain activity (tele)monitoring