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The second Artinis fNIRS Symposium was a big success with valuable participants & fascinating NIRS discussions. Keep informed for ARTscientiific 2018 impressions on Artinis social media pages and see you at the next ARTscientific!


Artinis Symposium

The aim of the second 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, multi-modal applications like NIRS/EEG, physiology, homer, NIRS-SPM, and sports science.


Workshops - Poster Sessions - NIRS Talk - Keynote Speakers -  Live Demo's - Social Activities - Wining and Dining

Keynote speakers 

  • Prof. Takafumi Hamaoka from Tokyo Medical University
  • Prof. Andrew Macnab from from University of British Columbia

  • Prof. Li-Hai Tan from Shenzhen Institute of Neuroscience


To get an impression about this symposium, please have a look at our gallery from ARTscientific 2017


This year symposium will be held at the beautiful location of Phuket, Thailand. This area is renowned for their beautiful beaches, delicious food, and vibrant nightlife. The island itself has a beautiful historical old town, great viewpoints, and iconic cultural attractions. It is also a good base for exploring the nearby islands and must-see attractions. These include world-famous places like Phang Nga Bay and the Phi Phi Islands.


The symposium takes place at a scenic location overlooking the beach of Patong. With an all-around ticket, we offer the possibility to stay at the symposium's location: Wyndham Grand Phuket. Warm color, 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.