Meeting Schedule

More detailed program now online.

The abstract book is now online.

Mon, 23 Sep. 2019 (Westfalenhalle)

08:00 am to 09:00 am Registration and Reception
09:00 am to 09:20 am Opening (Michael Nitsche, Ullrich Sierau, Shozo Tobimatsu)
09:20 am to 10:20 am Keynote (I): Mutual Benefits of Combining Neuroimaging with Neuromodulation. Vincent P. Clark (Chaired by Michael Nitsche)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm Oral Sessions 1
Silbersaal Room 9 Room 10
OS 1-1: New Technology for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Advancements in Targeting, and Paradigms OS 1-2: New trends of clinical neurology: diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases OS 1-3: Multi-modal approaches to study cognitive functions
12:00 pm to 01:30 pm Lunch / Poster
01:30 pm to 02:30 pm Keynote (II): Synaptic plasticity in rodent prefrontal cortex neurons. Satoru Otani (Chaired by Ester Nakamura-Palacios)
Group photo
02:45 pm to 04:15 pm Oral Sessions 2
OS 2-1: Non-invasive brain stimulation effects on human executive functions OS 2-2: Computer-mediated diagnosis of early stage dementia Selected poster presentation
04:30 pm to 06:00 pm Oral Sessions 3
OS 3-1: Roles of intrinsic and extrinsic neural oscillations in the brain OS 3-2: How functional neuroimaging and neurophysiological data can help us to assess and improve cares of post-comatose patients with disorders of consciousness?
06:30 pm - Get together

Tue, 24 Sep. 2019 (Westfalenhalle)

09:00 am to 10:25 am Oral Session 4
Silbersaal Room 9 Room 10
OS 4-1: New methods and experimental results for optimized multi-channel tES (I) OS 4-2: Non-invasive and invasive transcranial brain stimulation for motor and mood systems OS 4-3: New video analysis methods ranging from entertainment to clinical applications
10:35 am to 12:00 pm Oral Sessions 5
OS 5-1: New methods and experimental results for optimized multi-channel tES (II) OS 5-2: Update on NIBS Technology in Brain Disorders
12:10 pm to 01:30 pm Keynote (III): Transcranial direct current stimulation neural mechanisms to prevent and treat opioid-induced hyperalgesia. Felipe Fregni
Keynote (IV): Leveraging neuroimaging, computational modeling and tDCS to remediate working memory decline in older adults. Adam J. Woods (Chaired by Frank Padberg, Agnes Flöel)
01:30 pm to 02:30 pm Lunch
02:30 pm to 03:55 pm Oral Sessions 6
OS 6-1: Modulating sensory, motor, and cognitive Functions by training interventions and non-invasive brain stimulations: Results from the TRAINSTIM project OS 6-2: Restoration of disturbed neuroplasticity – a technical solution to mental disorders? OS 6-3: Modulating Cognitive Control with transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)
04:05 pm to 05:30 pm Oral Sessions 7
OS 7-1: Possibilities of multimodal MR imaging and translation to clinical tDCS application OS 7-2: Advances in NIBS research of human brain physiology OS 7-3: Neuroimaging guided non-invasive brain stimulation in health and disease
05:30 pm to 06:30 pm General Assembly (Silbersaal)
07:00 pm - Gala Dinner (Dortmunder U)

Wed, 25 Sep. 2019 (IfADo)

Venue: Leibniz Research Centrefor Working Environment and Human Factors (IfADo), Dortmund

09:00 am to 1:00 pm Satellite Workshop: (by invitation)
German Centre for Brain Stimulation
03:00 pm to 06:00 pm IGSN Satellite Symposium:
‘Exploring multimodal interactions between emotional and cognitive processes in humans’

Ester Nakamura-Palacios
Ventral medial prefrontal cortex and its potential role in the emotional and compulsive-addictive cognitive control
Martin Herrmann
Modulation of fear learning and extinction by non-invasive brain stimulation
Carmelo Vicario
The contribution of the tongue motor neurons in the processing