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Research Webinars

By Felix Scholkmann.

Call for speakers

Starting soon, SfNIRS is organizing monthly SfNIRS Research Webinars giving early career researchers and junior scientists the opportunity to give a talk about their work in the field of fNIRS. For example, you may wish to share a recently published study. Sessions should last around 40 mins (plus 20 min discussion).

If you are interested in giving a talk, please email Felix.Scholkmann@usz.ch

We look forward to hearing your insights.

The SfNIRS Research Webinar Committee:

Felix Scholkmann (chair); Sabrina Brigadoi, Swetha Dravida, Thomas Dresler, Lauren Emberson, Jessica Gemignani, Yoko Hakuno, Kaja Jasinska, John Sunwoo, Sungho Tak

We received already applications to give a talk from:

Name, EmailInstitutionTopic
Jonas FischerICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences Mediterranean Technology ParkTalk about the non-invasive estimation of intracranial pressure based on the pulsatile cerebral blood flow measured with DCS and machine learning algorithms. Recently, we have published this in the Journal of Neurotrauma
Sarah RöschUni Leipzig, GermanyfNIRS neurofeedback with patients having binge-eating disorder
Hamoon ZohdiUni Bern, SwitzerlandfNIRS study about color exposures
David RosenbaumUni Tübingen, GermanyfNIRS in psychotherapeutic settings (provocation designs and in situ measurements)
Mario ForcioneUniversity Hospitals Birmingham, UKContrast-enhanced NIRS with Indocyanine Green in acute moderate and severe traumatic brain injury
Satoshi MorimotoJapanfNIRS hyperscanning