The conference Chairs are proud to announce the opening keynote speaker for fNIRS2020 Boston: Richard Aslin!!
Professor Aslin is a developmental psychologist and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. He is currently a Senior Scientist at Haskins Laboratories.
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For fNIRS2020 we are planning to offer a 2 days educational course with regular lectures and parallel sessions to provide mini-courses and hands-on demonstrations on more focused topics https://fnirs2020.org/program/courses/
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This year logo has a special meaning, which I want to share with you all.
Twenty years ago, supported by an NIH P41 center grant, David Boas started an important educational program: the MGH Martinos Center fNIRS course, a 2-day course designed to introduce new users to functional near-infrared spectroscopy.
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