The aim of the first Artinis symposium is to create an open platform for both experienced and novice researchers, scientist and academic students. During these 2.5-days we offer lots of hands-on experience, NIRS workshops, scientific lectures, social events and possibilities to share your experiences with us and other attendees. The core topics will include the latest developments and studies in neuroscience, brain-computer interfaces, psychology, neonatology, multi-modal applications like NIRS/EEG, physiology and sports science.
Program & abstract submission
Please send your 1 page abstract to us. The deadline to submit your abstract(s) for post and/or oral presentation is the 31st of March, 2017.
The venue is located near the biggest national park of the Netherlands, the Hoge Veluwe. A unique combination of nature, art and architecture. The park covers 5,500 hectares of woodland, heath, grasslands and shifting sands. It is the natural habitat for deer, moeflon and wild boar. On foot or on one of the free White Bicycles, you are able to roam around nature to naturally find your way to the Kröller-Müller Museum. It is one of the finest treasure-houses the Netherlands has to offer. The Kröller-Müller Museum has the second-largest Van Gogh collection in the world not to mention the masterpieces by modern masters such as Claude Monet, Georges Seurat, Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondriaan.
The symposium will be held at a scenic location on the countryside of the Netherlands. With an all-round ticket we offer the possibility to stay at the symposium's location: Boutique Hotel Sterrenberg****. Warm colors, wood, stone, local modern art and a natural design creates a pleasant and inspiring environment to follow workshops during the day and to socialize in the evening.