Bossone Research Center, Mitchell Auditorium (3140 Market Street) and Behrakis Hall (3210 Chestnut Street).
Neuroergonomics aims to better understand the brain at work and in everyday life. The Neuroergonomics 2018 conference brings together stakeholders from varied and complementary fields of expertise, including scientists and researchers from universities, industry and government agencies, neuroscientists, psychologists, designers, practitioners, engineers, developers, architects, managers, decision-makers to students and all interested learners. Join us to learn about the latest trends in neuroimaging, neuromodulation and neuroadaptive technologies, evolving application areas with hands-on workshops, cutting edge research, and inside industry perspectives from panel discussions featuring decision-makers and leading experts. For more information and event registration, please click here.