The Society for functional near-infrared spectroscopy (SfNIRS) is a professional organization of basic and clinical scientists who seek to understand the functional properties of biological tissues, especially the brain, using optical methods. The aim of the Society is to promote the exchange of ideas, interdisciplinary collaboration, and education.
The purpose of this website is to help strengthen the community by providing information about instruments, probes, analysis software, related meetings, publications, and more.
fNIRS 2021 Conference (virtual)
Conference schedule and Q&A chat are here: https://fnirs.org/membership/member-chat/2021-sfnirs-virtual-conference-schedule/ (Log in to see the content)
The 2021 election for the next officers is now closed. The winners will be announced during the fNIRS 2021 virtual meeting
- Become a member
- fNIRS2021 schedule and chat: https://fnirs.org/membership/member-chat/2021-sfnirs-virtual-conference-schedule/ (Members only)
- fNIRS2021 registration
- Society webinars – Research talks from our young researchers
- Educational tutorials – Educational talks from senior researchers
- fNIRS datablitz 2020 Q&A and Videos: https://fnirs.org/conferences/fnirs-datablitz-2020-chat/
fNIRS 2022 (2020 postponed)
The next in person conference will be held in Boston, MA, October 9-12, 2022.
The Society for fNIRS has adopted Neurophotonics as its official journal. Please consider submitting your next relevant article there. Additional information about impact factor, indexing and special issues can be found here.