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SfNIRS Newsletter, July 2012

fNIRS 2012 Conference

Abstract deadline is August 13, 2012. See here for details.

Registration is now open for the fNIRS 2012 Conference Oct 26-28, 2012 in London. See here for details. Early registration deadline is September 30, 2012. But please register early as space is limited.

The format of this year’s conference includes contributed orals and posters. There will be ample time for poster viewing and discussion. Abstract deadline for contributed papers is August 13, 2012. See here for details.

We are very grateful for the assistance of the sponsors of this Conference:

Platinum – Hitachi
Gold – TechEn
Silver – Loptek, Spectratech
Bronze – MRRA Inc

fNIRS Course

A two-day educational NIRS Course will precede the fNIRS conference. The focus of this course will be twofold. Firstly, it will include an overview of the NIRS technique, with particular focus on the application of this technique for infancy research (to include practical demonstrations). Secondly, there will be a series of lectures on data analysis techniques given by invited speakers. The latter will include topics such as GLM modeling, image reconstruction, artifact detection, and probe localization and anatomy. Registration is now open and filling up fast. There is limited space. See here for details.

Call for Papers – Special Issue in Neuroimage

Neuroimage is planning a special issue to celebrate 20 years of functional near-infrared spectroscopy. Submitted papers are due by January 1, 2013. More information can be found here.

Job Postings

Check out the new job postings here.

Please let me know if there are items you would like to include in a future newsletter.

David Boas