The workshop will focus on the state of the art in the use of Transcranial Brain Stimulation. The event will be held entirely in presence @ Rovereto Italy 

Workshop registration is open, go to

  • € 180 for external faculty members and non-academic participants
  • € 100 for external students and postdocs

Registration form  link

Deadlines: 4th November 2022

List of speakers
Gesa Hartwigsen (D): Inferring causality from noninvasive brain stimulation in cognitive neuroscience
Anke N Karabanov (DK): Can transcranial electrical stimulation localise brain function?
Walter Paulus (D): Transcranial electrical stimulation, where we stand
Jean-François Aubry (F): Transcranial ultrasound stimulation in Cognitive Neuroscience
tACS Committee Update on the tACS Challenge
Domenica Veniero (UK): Top-down mechanisms in the visual system: evidence from TMS and EEG data
Til Ole Bergmann (D): Combining TMS with EEG and fMRI for state-dependent stimulation and causal network interrogation
Elisa Kallioniemi (USA): TMS-EEG responses across the lifespan
Paolo Belardinelli (I): Real-time brain-state dependent EEG-TMS stimulation
Open large-scale NIBS initiatives: a) “BIDS extension proposal for non-invasive brain stimulation datasets” BEP37; b)multilab collaborative efforts in the TMS-EEG field the T4TE project to improve the quality of TMS-EEG research… and more. 

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The Scientific Organisers,
Gregor Thut, Carlo Miniussi, Lorella Battelli, Marta Bortoletto