Thought-leaders and performers acting at the intersection of the arts, neuroscience, engineering, media, industry, education and medicine will convene to review the state of the art, identify challenges and opportunities and create a Roadmap for the field. Topics to be addressed include but are not limited to: Neural and Behavioral Individuality and Variation; Cognitive, Affective and Neural Processes in Realistic, Complex Environments; Neuroaesthetics; Creativity and Insight; Neuroengineering and Brain-Inspired Art, Creative Concepts and Wearable MoBI Designs; Big Data in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science; Art as a form of therapy for mental, neurological and other disorders; Art and Neuroscience in Education. Findings, including contributed papers and discussions, will appear in an special issue in the open source Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

Talks will be organized in four tracks: 1) Wearable technologies (Hardware and Software Developments); 2) Neuroaesthetics & The Biology of Creativity; 3) Medical and Pedagogical Applications and 4) Brain-Computer Interfaces. Much time will be reserved for informal discussions, hands-on demonstrations and cross-cuttng media performances and exhibits, and interactions among researchers.

Thought-leaders and performers acting at the intersection of the arts, neuroscience, engineering, media, industry, education and medicine will convene to review the state of the art, identify challenges and opportunities and create a Roadmap for the field. Topics to be addressed include but are not limited to: Neural and Behavioral Individuality and Variation; Cognitive, Affective and Neural Processes in Realistic, Complex Environments; Neuroaesthetics; Creativity and Insight; Neuroengineering and Brain-Inspired Art, Creative Concepts and Wearable MoBI Designs; Big Data in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science; Art as a form of therapy for mental, neurological and other disorders; Art and Neuroscience in Education. Findings, including contributed papers and discussions, will appear in an special issue in the open source Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

Talks will be organized in four tracks: 1) Wearable technologies (Hardware and Software Developments); 2) Neuroaesthetics & The Biology of Creativity; 3) Medical and Pedagogical Applications and 4) Brain-Computer Interfaces. Much time will be reserved for informal discussions, hands-on demonstrations and cross-cuttng media performances and exhibits, and interactions among researchers.

Important Dates

  • Early Registration Deadline: April 15, 2016
  • Hotel Reservation Deadline: April 30, 2016
  • Exhibitor Deadline: March 15, 2016
  • Late Registration: April 16, 2016
  • Consortium Application Deadline: May 27, 2016
  • Notice to Consortium Applicants will be emailed on May 30, 2016

Organizing Committee