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Conference presentation

D 24 November 2016    

Join hundreds of scientists, leading researchers, and interested industry colleagues for two full days of high-value and exciting presentations from the community’s world-leading scientists on the cutting edge of exciting new areas of Neuroergonomics research.

Save the Date Thursday & Friday, October 6-7, 2016 AXA Research Fund Center, Paris, France

Prof. Raja Parasuraman

This conference is dedicated to Professor Raja Parasuraman who unexpectedly passed on March 22nd 2015. Raja Parasuraman’s pioneering work led the emergence of Neuroergonomics as a new scientific field. He made significant contributions to a number of disciplines from human factors to cognitive neuroscience. His early work included important contributions to topics such as vigilance and human interaction with automated systems. He later consolidated his interests in human factors and cognitive neuroscience to develop a new discipline called Neuroergonomics, which he defined as the study of brain and behavior at work.

NeuroErgonomics Conference 2016 - Paris

Main Topics

  • Innovative methodologies and protocols using brain imaging techniques and psychophysiological measurements in realistic operational settings
  • Formulate neurobiological models to better understand risky decision making
  • Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) and human performance monitoring in ecological conditions
  • Cognitive countermeasures, augmented cognition, and brain stimulations to enhance performance and mitigate human error
  • Virtual Reality and Serious Gaming
  • Cognitive Performance in Psychological and Neurological Disorders
  • Affective processing and emotion recognition from neural and physiological measures
  • Genetic, personality and neurobiological factors influencing cognitive performance
  • Assessment of cognition in various neurological disorders and in real-time settings and home environments
  • Memory, skill acquisition and training assessment
  • Ergonomics and Motor Control


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