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fNIR Symposium 11/15 in San Diego

You’re invited to an fNIR Theory & Systems Symposium
Come to this event to see fNIR systems first-hand and talk to experts about system application and measurement.

Introduction to Functional Near-Infrared (fNIR) Spectroscopy

Presenters: Kurtulus Izzetoglu and Anna Merzagora

Monday, November 15 — 6:30-8:30 PM
Hilton San Diego Bayfront — meeting room Indigo 202B

This Neuroscience satellite symposium will introduce the principles and various applications of emerging functional near infrared (fNIR) systems for cognitive function tests in real-life settings.
:: Lab-ready fNIR optical imaging systems are noninvasive, safe, and portable.
:: Monitor cortical hemodynamic changes to human brain activation and provide
objective real-time response data.
:: fNIR is suitable for a wide range of applications: Human Performance Assessment
(Cognitive Function, Mental Workload, …), Learning and Training, Depth of
Anesthesia Monitoring, Brain Computer Interface, Neurorehabilitation, Virtual
Reality, and Aging.
:: Click for citations and conference publications

Join us to learn more about fNIR solutions for your lab!

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Organized by fNIR Devices LLC and BIOPAC; this Neuroscience satellite event is not sponsored by the Society.

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