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31.8.-3.9.2022 in Bern, Switzerland

50 Years of

present state and future directions


Abstract Submission until July 31th, 2022!

Be part of it!

It is now 50 years ago that the phenomenon of microstates had first been described in scalp electromagnetic field data. This initial observation has meanwhile evolved into a full-fledged research domain with established methods and a growing body of empirical support. And while microstate analysis has been the specialty of a handful of groups for a long time, the last few years have seen a massive growth of researchers who address their specific questions using the theoretical and methodological claims that the concept of microstates contains.
So this is the moment to join forces, share our knowledge, deepen our understanding, foster synergies but also address critical issues as an emerging research community in the field of neuroscience. Join us for the first international conference dedicated to EEG microstates.

An innovative meeting


An innovative meeting format

The meeting will on one part rely on a combination of keynote presentations of renowned researchers and oral and poster presentations by all of the participants. On the other hand, we plan to hold round-table type sessions where we openly address the hot issues that need to be tackled for the field to progress.

Throughout the conference, we will make use of online tools to instantly collect and communicate the questions and opinions of the entire audience

A site of inspiration

The conference will be held at the University of Bern, in the heart of Switzerland. The conference center offers all the conveniences we need for a successful scientific exchange. Furthermore, the relaxed atmosphere of the medieval city centers will provide us with a relaxing atmosphere and ample opportunities for socializing with your colleagues and may inspire us to follow up on previous breakthroughs made here.
Joseolgon, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

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