The International Conference on Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation has a longstanding tradition. Apart from Rome 2011 it took always place in Germany, and the first meeting was held in 1998 in Göttingen. Since then, non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) has vastly developed into a diversity of areas and applications. More importantly, through modeling and basic research, we understand increasingly better the mechanistic underpinnings of NIBS. This is fundamental for applications in humans, spanning from diagnostics to therapeutics.
The 7th International Conference on Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation, 24–26 March 2020 in Baden-Baden, Germany will provide a dense and highly attractive scientific program, covering all hot and emergent topics of NI BS. Plenary lectures will be given by world-class opinion leaders. Workshops will offer hands-on experience in a variety of NI BS techniques. The NI BS conference will be directly followed by the 64th annual meeting of the German Society of Clinical Neurophysiology at the same venue (March 26-28). It will offer a string of more NI BS symposia in English language. Interested attendants can book for a whole congress week (www.dgkn-kongress.de).
Baden-Baden is located in the south-west of Germany close to Rhine and Black Forest. It was established over 2,000 years ago as a place for people to relax and reconnect with themselves. Water, light, earth and air are the
city’s precious resources. Extraordinary hot springs, spas and nature, hotels of unparalleled quality. Today, Baden-Baden is an enchanting destination, offering a spectacularly diverse range of opportunities for both relaxation and excitement. (https://visit.baden-baden.de/en)
It would be our great pleasure to welcome you in Baden-Baden for the 7th International Conference on Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation.
With our best regards,
Prof. Ulf Ziemann
Prof. Walter Paulus
Prof. Yoshikazu Ugawa