September 13, 2021 @ 9:00 am – September 17, 2021 @ 5:00 pm

AMIE, September 13th to 15th, 2021, online (via GoTo Webinar) – a methodological conference

Welcome to the 2021 Annual Meeting on Imaging and Electrophysiology in Neurology, Neurosurgery and (cognitive) Neuroscience. This online Neurotech conference offers a platform for multidisciplinary discussion of multiple imaging and electrophysiological methods being applied in the neuro-sector. This year, there is a special focus on artificial intelligence in medical imaging. Further topics are electrical and magnetic source imaging, connectomics, brain computer interfaces, wearables and big data analysis, telemedicine, non-invasive brain stimulation and imaging guided neurosurgery. Workshop leaders are experts in their method who invite colleagues from other research areas to contribute their experience.

In addition to the scientific workshops, there will be topic specific investigators fora on Monday and Tuesday evening in which results of own research (electronic poster or oral presentation) and planned and running studies open for participation can be presented.

SuSIE, September 15th to 17th, 2021, online (via GoTo Webinar)

Since 2015, the annually performed Summer School on Imaging in Epilepsy offers state of the art lectures on all aspects of structural and functional imaging in epileptology, addressing both diagnostic issues and imaging guided neurosurgery. In addition, hands-on workshops teach and motivate attendees to apply these techniques at their own place. Evaluations of lectures and workshops have been excellent ever since with unrestricted recommendations from attendees to their colleagues to join this event. Target audience are adult and pediatric epileptologists, neuroradiologists, neuropsychologists and neurosurgeons.

In 2021, the SuSIE will be held online again. Except for reducing the number of parallel workshops, there will be no change in program from the traditional format. We strive to make the offered workshops as much hands-on as possible.

This workshop is supported by EpiCARE, and Alexis Arzimanoglou and Nicola Openshaw-Lawrence will present EpiCARE’s digital case discussions to illustrate the topic of telemedecine solutions in neurology.