From September 13th to September 16th, the 2021 Neuroergonomics conference will be hosted online, featuring a wide range of topics focusing on the application of state-of-the-art methods and theories from neuroscience to understand how the brain works in everyday life.

The program includes talks and poster sessions on topics such as human factors in industry and work, BCI, mobile imaging and non-invasive brain stimulation, learning and cognitive enhancement, virtual reality, or social robotics.

Keynote speakers include Prof. Mel Slater, Prof. Daphné Bavelier, Dr. Shamsi Iqbal, and Prof. Matthew Rizzo ().

NeurolabNL researcher Anne-Marie Brouwer takes part in the panel of plenary speakers. She will talk about her Startimpuls research project on attentional engagement in a group

The conference features a diverse program including panels on ethics and neuroergonomics, women in neuroergonomics, fireside chats featuring industry experts (focusing on automated driving, aviation, leadership, food packaging, and new media production), a neurotech startup showcase, a grand challenge hackathon on mobile EEG data preprocessing, and a wide range of workshops.

The conference will take place digitally in Gather Town.

For more information on registration, see this link.