IOP2018: Time Table


Keynote Lectures :

The Informatics of Neuroimaging

Arthur TOGA
USC Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute, Keck School of Medicine of USC
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

The anatomo-functional role of the subthalamic nucleus in strategic decision-making  


Integrative Model-based Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Emotional dysregulation during development:
implications for psychopathology

Benedetto VITIELLO
Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry
University of Turin
Turin, Italy

The Psychobiology and Genetics of Human Personality

Wallace Renard Professor of Psychiatry
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO

Computational neuroscience for psychiatry

ATR Computational
Neuroscience Labs
Kyoto, Japan

We are what we eat: Food visual recognition in humans

Raffaella RUMIATI
Neuroscience and Society Lab
Trieste, Italy

Presidential Address

Centro Internazionale Disturbi di Apprendimento,
Attenzione e Iperattività (CIDAAI), Milan, Italy

Didactic Lectures

Improving Rigor and Replicability in Psychophysiological Science: Evidential Value, Opportunities, and Registered Reports

Michael J. Larson
Editor in Chief, International Journal of Psychophysiology

In Memoriam Prof. Erol Başar: The Origination

Sirel Karakaş
Doğuş University, İstanbul, Turkey

In Memoriam Prof. Erol Başar

Pedro A. Valdés-Sosa
Cuban Neuroscience Center, Habana, Cuba

EEG-fMRI Fusion and its applications

Dezhong Yao
Center for Information in Medicine, Chengdu, China

The hidden systems in the human brain

Svyatoslav Medvedev
N.P. Bechtereva Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

See Keynote lectures' abstracts


  1. Neuroimaging Assessment and Outcome Prediction in Traumatic Brain Injury (Van Horn J- CA, USA)
  2. Nonlinear Modeling and Complexity Measures of Brain Dynamics: Methodological Issues and Interpretation (Vanello N-Pisa, Italy; Gentili C-Padua, Italy)
  3. Cutting Edges of Başar’sWork on Oscillatory Dynamics (Karakas S-Istanbul, Turkey; Basar-Eroglu C- Bremen, Germany)
  4. New techniques in deception research (Sartori G-Padua, Italy; Rosenfeld JP- IL, USA)
  5. Multidisciplinary studies of reading in adults and children from normal and clinical population (Kornev A-St.Petersburg, Russia; Grigorenko E-TX, USA; Shemyakina N-St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
  6. Reciprocal interactions between wakefulness and sleep: behavioral and brain morpho-functional correlates (Bernardi G-Lucca, Italy)
  7. Neurophysiology of creativity (Razumnikova O-Novosibirsk, Russia- Nagornova Z-St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
  8. How physiological measures inform us about psychiatric and neurological symptoms (Ottaviani C-Rome, Italy; Lombardo C-Rome, Italy)
  9. Impaired brain: A neurodynamic approach (Sequeira H-Lille, France; Güntekin B-Istanbul, Turkey)
  10. In search of neurophysiological basis of  insight (Shemyakina N-St.Petersburg, Russia; Leikin M-Haifa, Israel; Bhattacharya J-London, UK)
  11. Understanding neural synchronization by combining good practice and novel methods in electrophysiological functional connectivity analysis (Marzetti  L- Chieti, Italy; Pizzella V- Chieti, Italy)
  12. Olfactory Cognition: a bridge from olfactory perception to clinical practice (Invitto S-Lecce, Italy; Sartucci F-Pisa, Italy; Mazzatenta A-Teramo, Italy)
  13. Technical/methodological aspects of EEG and its applications (Barry R-Wollongong, Australia; De Blasio F- Wollongong, Australia)
  14. Cognitive neuroscience approaches to autism spectrum disorder (Wiersema JR- Ghent, Belgium)
  15. Event-Related Frontal Brain Activation Imaging and Evoked Potentials (Collura T, Bedford, OH, USA)
  16. Genetic and environmental determinants of visual perception (Ermakov P- Rostov-on-Don, Russia; Vorobyeva E-Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation)
  17. Oscillatory activity - a general property of living systems (from microbes to man) (Danilova N-Moscow, Russia; Grechenko TN-Moscow, Russian Federation)
  18. Behaviorally-committed representation of the world in the primate brain: objects agents and space (Cattaneo L-Verona, Italy)
  19. Using Magnetoencephalography to study dynamics of brain activity and functional connectivity: method developments and applications (Betti V-Rome, Italy)
  20. Brain stimulation (Herrmann C-Oldenburg, Germany; Miniussi C, Trento, Italy)
  21. Clinical application of qEEG and ERPs in neuropsychiatric disorders (Markovska-Simoska  S-Skopje, R. Macedonia)
  22. Orthographic processing and language transparency (González-Garrido AA- Guadalajara, Mexico)
  23. Object recognition in the psychophysiological detection of memory: New methods, new insights (Ambach W-Freiburg, Germany)
  24. Perspectives on ERP markers of cognitive and emotional processing (Barry R-Wollongong, Australia; De Blasio F-Wollongong, Australia)
  25. Psychophysiology of posture control: part 1- The neurophysiological underpinnings of individual differences in the ability to maintain balance (Bazanova O-Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)
  26. Psychophysiology of posture control: part 2 –The psychophysiological peculiarities of posture control impairment (Bazanova O-Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)
  27. EEG and individual differences (De Blasio F-Wollongong, Australia; Barry R-Wollongong, Australia)
  28. The executive functions in ontogenesis (Nikolaeva E-St.Petersburg, Russian Federation; Shemyakina N-St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)
  29. The concepts and brain models in context of modern psychophysiology (Russia) (Kuznetsova  T; Kamenskaya V; ShibkovaD; Popova T; Halfina R; Bartosh T; Andrushchakevich A; Novgorod N – Russian Federation)
  30. Frontiers in Behavioral and Functional Neuroeconomics (Innovation Center Lab-Neuroscience, Lucca, Italy)
  31. The signature of pain in the brain: how to dissect attention from nociception (Symposium of the Italian Society of Psychophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience)
  32. The psychophysiology of effort: New perspectives (Gendolla GHE-Geneva, Switzerland)
  33. Disorders of consciousness: New insights on clinical evaluation and neural correlates (Cecchetti L, Lucca, Italy)
  34. Neurophysiological correlates of hypnotizability and hypnosis (Santarcangelo  EL- Pisa, Italy)
  35. Visual mismatch negativity: Unique contributions to visual cognitive sciences (Czigler I- Budapest, Hungary; Kimura M- Tsukuba, Japan)
  36. Toward a Psychophysiological Understanding of Personality: Theory and Research (De Pascalis  V-Rome, Italy)
  37. Brain processing of word morphology (Medvedev S and Chernigovskaya T-Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation)
  38. Psychophysiological mechanisms of posture control (Bazanova O- Novosibirsk, Russian Federation;Guy Cheron –Bruxelles, Belgium)
  39. What constitutes regularity in studies of auditory inference? (Todd J- Newcastle, Australia)
  40. EEG measures of distributed cortical activity and individual case analysis (Luis Basile, Brazil)
  41. QEEG in clinical practice with a focus on neurology (Collura T, Bedford, OH, USA)
  42. Psychophysiological contributions for synergy-based and biologically-inspired rehabilitation and prostheses (Leo A, Lucca, Italy)
  43. Fact and Fallacy in EEG analysis (Valdes-Sosa P, La Habana, Cuba-Dezhong Yao, Chengdu, China)

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Poster Sessions

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Poster display guidelines

Poster boards with sizes 100cm wide x 200cm high will be provided for your poster display
Your poster number will be provided on the display board.
Please refer to the final abstract book for the poster board number assigned to you. Please use the board with the same number.
Poster presenters should plan to be beside their posters during the designated session, as specified in the program.
Posters can be displayed from 8 am to 7 pm of your poster session day.
Posters must be removed at the end of the day. The Congress Organizing Committee will not be responsible for posters that are not removed on time.

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