Supported by The Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging and Novocure, Inc. and the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), National Institutes of Health, is greatly acknowledged.
This small-scale annual international conference facilitates development of fast and accurate brain and human body modeling methods and techniques and broader medical/engineering education.
Conference recorded talks, password required.
Registration: Opens June 30th 2021. $100 registration fee, waived for students including postdoctoral students
Full paper submission window: Opens July 1st 2021
Full papers are published in a sponsored open-access annual book on Brain and Human Body Modeling (all publications are free of charge, open access, and referenced in PubMed). Conference Publication Manager: Glaser, Charles, Springer Nature, NY. For the past edition, see https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030456221
Organizing Committee 2021
Ahveninen, Jyrki (MGH), Brown, James (Micro Systems/Biotronik USA/Germany), Wong, Eric (Beth Israel Deaconess Med. Ctr.), Switzerland/Israel), Carlson, Kristen (BIDMC), Fujimoto, Kyoko (FDA), Golestani Rad, Laleh (Northwestern U), Hämäläinen, Matti (MGH), Horner, Marc (Ansys), Iyer, Viswanath (MathWorks, Inc. USA), Lin, Fa-Hsuan (U Toronto, Canada), Makarov, Sergey (Worcester Polytechnic Inst.), Miranda, Pedro (U Lisbon, Portugal), Noetscher, Gregory (US Army DEVCOM-SC/ Worcester Polytechnic Institute), Nummenmaa, Aapo (MGH), Pascual-Leone, Alvaro (HMS), Prokop, Alexander (Dassault Systemes/Simulia, Germany/France), Raji, Tommi (Northwestern U), Rosen, Bruce (MGH), Weise, Konstantin (Max Planck Inst., Germany)