The students are expected to prepare in advance a microposter (the template will be provided later) about their background and interests for the microposter session on Saturday, May 16. The microposter is not a scientific poster, but rather a concise description of you as a scientist.
In addition, the students will present their research work in poster presentations during the course. If you submit an abstract to the BrainSTIM conference, you may use the same poster in the Science Factory and in the conference. The students are also expected to read some preparatory material prior to the course (to be provided later).
Prof. Silvia Casarotto, University of Milan
Prof. Risto Ilmoniemi, Aalto University
Prof. Stephanie Jones, Brown University
Prof. Michel van Putten, University of Twente
Prof. Tommi Raij, Northwestern University
Prof. Mario Rosanova, University of Milan
Prof. Hartwig Siebner, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre
Prof. Nicole Wenderoth, ETH Zürich
Prof. Ulf Ziemann, University of Tübingen
Dr. Marta Bortoletto, IRCCS Istituto Centro San Giovanni di Dio Fatebenefratelli
Dr. Matteo Fecchio, University of Milan
Dr. Tuomas Mutanen, Aalto University
Dr. Jaakko Nieminen, Aalto University
Dr. Henry Railo, University of Turku
Dr. Matti Stenroos, Aalto University
Prof. Risto Ilmoniemi, Aalto University (main organizer)
Prof. Marcello Massimini, University of Milan (main organizer)
Sara Liljander, M.Sc., Aalto University (coordinator)
Aino Tervo, M.Sc., Aalto University (coordinator)
Aalto Brain Centre (ABC), Aalto University School of Science, Finland
Aalto TMS, Aalto Neuroimaging (ANI), Aalto University School of Science, Finland
BioMag Laboratory, HUS Medical Imaging Center, Helsinki University Hospital, Finland
Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences “Luigi Sacco”, University of Milan, Italy
Cancellations should be communicated by email to sara.liljander(at)aalto.fi. For cancellations made until April 15, 100% of the fee will be refunded. For cancellations made after April 15, 50% of the fee will be refunded.
The Science Factory organizer cannot be held liable by delegates for any damages, costs or losses (e.g. travel and accommodation costs or any other financial losses) incurred in the event that the Science Factory is cancelled or is postponed due to events beyond the control of the Science Factory organizer (force majeure) or due to events, which are not caused wilfully or by gross negligence of the Science Factory organizer. Force majeure means an event, which prevents organizing the Science Factory at the time specified or renders it unreasonably difficult. Such events include (but are not limited to) war, insurrection, natural disaster, epidemics, interruption in the general energy supply, fire, strike, embargo, material restriction imposed by the State or other equally significant and uncommon reason beyond the Science Factory organizer’s control.