[visionlist] Conference Educational Neuroscience, Abu Dhabi 2017

CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT

 

ECAE – 2nd International
Conference on Educational Neuroscience 2017

March 5-6, 2017, Abu Dhabi, UAE

http://ift.tt/2gVmUsP

 

This conference brings together
researchers in neuroscience, psychology, and education. The scope of the conference is wide,
and open to diverse areas in neuroscience (e.g. perception, learning, language,
memory, attention, number processing, decision making, etc.) and in the
acquisition and processing of brain data (fMRI, EEG, TMS, MEG, lesion-symptom
mapping, databasing).

 

Abstracts will be published in
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, for details and abstract submission please
see:

http://ift.tt/2fZBLhD

 

 

Confirmed Speakers:

Laura
Ann Petitto,  Gallaudet University, USA

Tracey
Tokuhama-Espinosa,  Universidad
de las Américas in Quito, Ecuador

Pankaj
Sah,  Queensland Brain
Institute, University of Queensland, Australia

Sung-il
Kim,  Korea University- Seoul,
Korea (South)

Oury
Monchi,  University of Calgary, Canada

Jonathan
Smallwood,  University of York, UK

Armando
Bertone,  McGill University, Canada

Bas
Rokers,  University of Wisconsin-
Madison, USA

Jocelyn Faubert,  Université
de Montréal, Canada

Milos
Ljubisavljevic,  United
Arab Emirates University, UAE

Kartik
Sreenivasan,  New York University Abu
Dhabi, UAE

 

Important dates

Early Registration
Deadline: December 19th, 2016 (free!)

Abstract Submission
Deadline: January 16th, 2017

Conference:
March 5-6th, 2017

 

We
look forward to seeing you!

Claudine,
on behalf of the Organizing Committee

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