Author Information for One-page Papers for the 2018 IEEE Brain Initiative Workshop on Advanced NeuroTechnologies

The 2018 IEEE Brain Initiative Workshop on Advanced NeuroTechnologies is accepting one-page papers on the following topics and other related area:

  • Neural signal processing and imaging
  • Neural computation and modeling
  • Cognitive engineering and decision making
  • Neural modulation and stimulation
  • Bioelectronic medicine
  • Neural interfaces, implants, and prostheses
  • Brain and body computer interfaces
  • Biomaterials for neural tissue engineering
  • Neural rehabilitation
  • Translational neural engineering

Accepted papers are presented as posters during the poster session on Thursday, November 1st.

Author Instructions:
The official language of 2018 IEEE Brain Initiative Workshop is English. Papers must be submitted in PDF and should be no longer than 1 page. Please use this template for Microsoft Word, which can then be converted to PDF.

Go to submission site.

Contact brain@ieee.org if you encounter issues.

All papers for the IEEE Brain Initiative Workshop must contain a statement about your ethics approval (or exemption), or why it is not applicable. Code of Ethics guidelines.

Submission Dates:
Submission Opens – July 1, 2018
Submission Deadline – August 15, 2018
Accept/Reject Notification – September 1, 2018

Author Registration:
It is expected that the submitting author will present the accepted paper during the poster session. If the submitting author will not attend, a co-author of the paper may present. At least one author of the paper must be registered at the appropriate workshop rate for poster presentation.

Poster Board Guidelines:
Poster sessions are a valuable method for authors to present papers and meet with interested attendees for in-depth technical discussions. Therefore, it is important that you display your results clearly to attract people who have an interest in your work and your paper.

Please stand by your poster during the poster session time.

Your poster should cover the KEY POINTS of your work. The ideal poster is designed to:

  • attract attention
  • provide a brief overview of your work
  • initiate discussion and questions

The title of your poster should appear at the top in CAPITAL letters about 25mm (1″) high.
The author(s) name(s) and affiliation(s) are put below the title.