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It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 2011 Meeting of the Society of Applied Neurosciences, which is going to be held in the remarkable city of Thessaloniki, in Greece. Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece, founded in 315 B.C. by king Cassander. Through centuries, it was always a great commercial and cultural center of the Balkan Peninsula. Thessaloniki is home to numerous notable byzantine monuments, and the guests will surely enjoy the historical center of the city, as well as the beautiful coast side road. The Hotel Porto Palace located 5 minutes from the city center will hold this meeting. Apart from the highly promising scientific program, there will also be a lively social program which will give our guests the opportunity to enjoy the city and its people. Besides, one of our main purposes is to give the chance to all colleagues to establish new fruitful international collaborations in areas of mutual academic and clinical interests.

Call for Papers

The Society of Applied Neuroscience (SAN) will hold its annual conference in May 2011 in the beautiful Greek city of Thessaloniki. This conference will bring together scientists and practitioners from a wide range of specialist fields. These include:

  • electroencephalography

  • neurofeedback -  EEG

  • fMRI

  • MEG

  • brain computer interface

  • trans cranial magnetic stimulation

  • peripheral biofeedback

  • near infrared spectroscopy

  • direct current stimulation

  • event-related potentials

  • neuronal reorgansisation

  • EEG and cognition

  • QEEG diagnosis

  • virtual reality

  • instrumentation

  • audio-visual stimulation

  • LORETA & methodology

  • clinical, educational, sport and optimal performance applications

  • rehabilitation

  • integrative therapy

  • complimentary evidence-based applications

    ...and all fields of applied neuroscience. There will be a practitioner track focusing on topical issues.



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