Welcome to MEG Nord 2023!
MEG NORD will take place between May 8-9, 2023, in Helsinki.
The conference days will be followed by a OPM workshop on May 10, 2023.
About MEG Nord
On behalf of Aalto University and BioMag laboratory, Helsinki University Hospital, we welcome you to the 6th Nordic MEG conference (MEG Nord 2023). MEG Nord is a meeting dedicated to the development of MEG research, technology and clinical applications in Northern Europe and the Nordic countries. The MEG Nord meeting is characterized by site presentations from all the participating Nordic MEG sites. In addition, we hope to see an excellent collection of posters presenting the research taking place at the different sites.
We welcome submissions from all fields of MEG research and development, and from fields that are of particular interest to MEG researchers, for example related to TMS/EEG development and applications. This year we also welcome submissions for projects that are at the piloting stage: the meeting is informal and this is a good opportunity to get feedback on a project that is just about to start.
MEG Nord 2023 is organized over three days, the main conference is organized on May 8-9th and a workshop on optically pumped magnetometers (OPMs) is organized on May 10th. The main venue, Dipoli, is conveniently located on Aalto University Otaniemi Campus.
Early registration is now open and closes on March 31st. The deadline for being considered for a short oral presentation is also on March 31st. Note that there is a limited number of seats available for the hands-on session of the OPM workshop, so registering early will increase the probability of getting accepted to the course. Late registration is open until April 17th, but we encourage all participants to register early.
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Register here for MEG Nord 2023.
Early registration DL: March 31st
Dipoli, Otakaari 24, Aalto University Otaniemi Campus
Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering, and Aalto Neuroimaging, Aalto University
BioMag laboratory, Helsinki University Hospital