Date(s) - 05/21/2018 - 05/25/2018
Asilomar Conference Grounds
We look forward to participating in the 2018 BCI Meeting at Asilomar. Dr. Mark Pflieger of Cortech Solutions will present a poster entitled “A Data-Driven EEG Spatial Filter for Estimating Pre-Movement Sensoimotor Integration Signals” at this year’s BCI conference. If you will be at the BCI Meeting, please reach out to Dr. Pflieger to say, ‘Hello’. If you need to discuss anything with us, let us know in advance so we can arrange a meeting time.
The 2018 BCI Meeting will retain the unique, highly interactive, student-friendly, retreat-like atmosphere and high-impact activities that are the hallmarks of the BCI Meeting Series. At the same time, the Program Committee is planning innovations to make the 2018 BCI Meeting the most valuable yet.
The meeting should encourage and facilitate the development of BCI systems of substantial practical value by:
- Bringing together and fostering productive interactions among all the disciplines and constituencies whose cooperation is crucial to successful BCI research and development. No other venue brings them all together.
- Presenting a concise and comprehensive review of the current state of BCI research and development.
- Addressing in focused workshops the major topics critical for continued progress in BCI research and development.
- Promoting the education and development of new researchers through the participation of many graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Events such as “Lunch with Leaders” will encourage interactions between new and established researchers.
- Maximizing the immediate and long-term Meeting impact through publication by the BCI Journal of a special issue of peer-reviewed primary articles and focused reviews derived from the meeting.
- Defining member benefits and Society-led projects for the newly formed BCI Society.
In summary, this meeting will bring together scientists, engineers, and clinicians involved in BCI research and clinical use, review the present state of the field, address key issues critical to further progress, and promote the education and participation of young researchers. This meeting and the resulting comprehensive publications should, like its predecessors, contribute greatly to BCI research and development.