[FieldTrip] Invitation to 4th International Mobile Brain/Body Imaging (MoBI) Conference this June in San Diego
jiversen at ucsd.edu
Mon Feb 10 20:34:36 CET 2020
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
We are excited to invite you to San Diego for the 4TH INTERNATIONAL MOBILE BRAIN/BODY IMAGING (MoBI) CONFERENCE, which will take place *June 7-10, 2020* at the University of California San Diego hosted by the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience.
* Abstract submission is now open (*Deadline March 6, 2020*) and discounted Early-Bird Registration is available through April 1st. Full conference information can be found at http://mobi2020.ucsd.edu.
Mobile Brain/Body Imaging (MoBI) is a maturing imaging approach employing mobile brain imaging methods synchronized to body motion capture and other behavioral and psychophysiological data streams to investigate brain dynamics accompanying natural cognitive and affective processes as humans interact with their environment and/or with others. MoBI2020 follows three highly successful conferences in Delmenhorst, Cancun and Berlin.
We hope you will join us for this dynamic meeting with enthusiastic MoBI researchers from all over the world and to enjoy the delights of San Diego in summertime. Sharing your ideas and projects with us will be a great opportunity for many researchers to learn and become even more motivated to work in this exciting field. The 2020 MoBI meeting will maintain the philosophy of the first meetings, where international leading experts in the field of MoBI will present ongoing research in different areas of MoBI. We have three stimulating Keynotes planned by Stefan Debener (Benefits and pitfalls of wearable EEG), Laurel Trainor (Rhythm, prediction and multi-person interaction in music), and Sarah Robinson (Extended Organisms/Surrogate Bodies). Oral sessions will include the latest developments in imaging hardware, new software solutions to record and analyze multi-modal data streams, and MoBI applications in a wide range of research areas including spatial cognition, motor control, gait rehabilitation, sport science, music and dance, therapeutic interventions and others.
We invite your submission for poster presentations that will allow for the opportunity to present and discuss your work. There will be ample time for informal interactions to foster transdisciplinary research ideas, provide the opportunity to learn about new perspectives and methods, and develop potential collaborative partnerships.
Students and Postdoctoral fellows are especially invited to apply, with discounted registration.
You can find more information about the conference, including venues, conference fees and a preliminary program here: http://mobi2020.ucsd.edu. Please visit for regular updates and announcements. In case you have questions or comments please contact John Iversen (jiversen at ucsd.edu).
Please circulate this announcement to colleagues and trainees. Our apologies if you have received multiple announcements through different lists.
We hope to welcome you in San Diego this June!
With our best regards,
John Iversen and Klaus Gramman (Co-Chairs)
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