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fNIRS 2024 at the University of Birmingham – Initial preparations

By Erin Buckley, Hamid Dehghani, Javier Andreu-Pérez and Felipe Orihuela-Espina

Dear SfNIRSers,

As you know by now, our next biennial meeting will be held at the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) on September 11th to 15th, 2024, and we are already planning for it.

Samuel A. Montero-Hernandez has been appointed virtual chair.
We have assembled the program committee with distinguished researchers from around the world and across subdisciplines:

BulgarelliChiaraBirkbeck CollegeUKEurope
SchmitzChristophHTW BerlinGermanyEurope
von LuhmannAlexBerlin Institute of TechnologyGermanyEurope
BrigadoiSabrinaUniversity of PadovaItalyEurope
Benavides-VarelaSilviaUniversity of PadovaItalyEurope
LeffDanImperial College LondonUKEurope
MesquitaRicksonUniversidad do CampinasBrazilSouthAmerica
HightonDavidUniversity of QueenslandAustraliaAustralia
DiopMamadouUniversity of Western OntarioCanadaNorthAmerica
YucelMeryemBoston UniversityUSANorthAmerica
PerlmanSusan B.Washington University- St. LouisUSANorthAmerica
GuevaraEdgarUniversidad Autonoma de San Luis PotosíMexicoNorthAmerica
LeeSeung YupKennesaw State UniversityUSANorthAmerica
FerradalSilvinaIndiana UniversityUSANorthAmerica
ChhabraHarleenNational Institute of Mental Health and NeurosciencesIndiaAsia
Al-ShargieFaresAmerican University of SharjahUAEAsia
NiuHaijingBeijing Normal UniversityChinaAsia
TakSunghoKorea Basic Science InstituteKoreaAsia

Locally, we have been working with the University of Birmingham campus services to identify appropriate space and arrange catering details. We are happy to announce that we are now ready to plan for the oral presentations and the workshops. These will take place in our impressive Teaching and Learning Center with capacity for 500 attendants, whereas posters and sponsor stalls will be in the magnificent Great Hall located in the Aston Webb building.

We are also working on launching the conference website and designing a unique conference logo. We will soon put out a call for sponsors.

While there is still a lot to do, preparations are moving forward. We are excited to host you here in Birmingham!