Brain Products Conferences and Events – August to November 2016

by Liam Scannell
Event Manager (Brain Products)

Brain Products and our dealers will be at the following events from August to November 2016. Please stop by, say hello and take the opportunity to see, amongst others, our new mobile solution, the LiveAmp and the new version of our actiCAP Xpress dry electrodes – the actiCAP Xpress Twist. We would be happy to meet and talk to you if you are at EMBC, SPR, Neuroscience (SfN), or indeed any of the below events!


ERP Boot Camp Birmingham> ERP Boot Camp (UK)
in Birmingham, UK (August 8 – 12)
Brain Products is proud to support the UK ERP Boot Camp. Held by Prof. Steven Luck and Dr. Emily Kappenman this event is a condensed version of the renowned UC Davis ERP Boot Camp in the US. It provides an intensive introduction to the ERP technique, designed for beginner and intermediate ERP researchers at the graduate, postgraduate, and faculty levels.

EMBC 2016> EMBC: 38th Int. conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
in Orlando, USA (August 17 – 20)
Once again, Brain Products will attend the EMBC, this year at Walt Disney World in Florida USA. The overall theme of the 38th edition of this conference is “Empowering Individual Healthcare Decisions through Technology”. The conference will cover diverse topics from cutting-edge biomedical and healthcare technology research and development to clinical applications and biomedical education.

Society for Neurobiology of Language Meeting (SNL)> SNL: Society for Neurobiology of Language Meeting
in London, UK (August 17 – 20)
We are excited to be exhibiting at the Annual Meeting of the SNL this year. This meeting aims to highlight recent research and will host lively debates on a wide range of topics. Including, the neural mechanisms underlying perceptual, cognitive, motor, and linguistic processes used to produce and to understand language in both children and adults. As well as drawing on a range of methods from purely behavioral to neurophysiological and neuroanatomical measures and from neuro-stimulation and neuropsychological approaches to animal models.