Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) research are emerging in the last few years providing non-invasive, wireless and low-cost ElectroEncephaloGraphy (EEG) devices. Scientific papers are published almost every day providing new BCI solutions. Follow this evolution with a readout accessible to everyone.
I give knowledge of an email I received from Jane Huggins, PhD, BCI Meeting Chair, about the 6th International BCI Meeting calling for workshops.
Up to 15 workshops will be held in each
time slot and will be devoted to 3 hour workshops that will run concurrently. Each workshop will engage 10-40 participants and focus on a specific
topic. Workshops can combine invited talks, targeted discussions,
demonstrations, hands-on exercises and/or sharply focused debates as the leaders
see fit. Workshop organization should include the participation of senior
researchers to ensure proper coverage of the topic.
Researchers and/or practitioners wishing
to organize workshops should submit an informal 5-line workshop description to
firstname.lastname@example.org for pre-acceptance. These short descriptions
will be screened to minimize topic overlaps and to join groups together.