6th Biennial Conference on Resting State Brain Connectivity 2018
Centre Mont-RoyalMontreal, CANADA Visit the Venue to read more
Vienna (Austria, EU), Boston/Cambridge (Mass., USA), Magdeburg (Germany, EU), and Milwaukee (Wisc., USA), the Sixth Biennial Conference on Resting State and Brain Connectivity will take place in Montreal(Quebec, Canada) from September 26 to 28, 2018.
Program information can be found here. A pre-conference educational workshop will take place on September 24 and 25, 2018. Attendee initiated symposia will take place on Saturday September 29th, right after the Brain Connectivity Conference.
The conference will be hosted by the Centre Mont-Royal Conference and Special Events Centre.
Trainees are those who are enrolled in educational programs including graduate studies, postdoctoral research or residents. Those registering as trainees must show a valid confirmation document at registration check-in or standard registration fees apply.
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Accommodations are plentiful and varied in the buzzing and beautiful city of Montreal. For your convenience we have negotiated competitive pricing for attendees at several excellent and well situated hotels. Please refer to the information below to choose a hotel that suits you as you participate in the Sixth Biennial Conference on Resting State and Brain Connectivity.
As September is a busy time in Montreal with many visitors, it is strongly recommended that you reserve accommodations well in advance.
For those who submit by June 10, notice of acceptance will be sent on a rolling basis no later than June 30, 2018, in time for securing the early registration fee.
You may submit by June 10, and modify your abstract later on until August 1, 2018, by submitting an updated version.
Late abstract submission can be made until August 1, 2018.
We accept submissions on any topic related to methods and applications of structural or functional brain connectivity, including:
studies using healthy subjects, patients, or animal models
studies of method development (acquisition, modeling, analysis, network science, machine learning, deep learning)
studies of mechanisms
cognitive neuroscience studies
studies focusing on a disease/condition
For studies that make use of data, we accept submissions using a variety of data types, including resting-state, task state, continuous task (e.g. movies), fMRI, Diffusion MRI, MEG, EEG, NIRS, brain stimulation and invasive measurements.
All submissions will be presented in poster sessions. Selected submissions will be presented as short talks.
For specific inquiries on themes of abstract submission, please email firstname.lastname@example.org