Preceding the conference on October 8 and 9 2022, we will run an educational course which will include multiple minicourses running in parallel and repeated over the weekend

Please note that this event does not have any virtual option

We will start Saturday morning with the fNIRS introduction that has been a traditional part of the SfNIRS pre-conference educational course

The lecture will be followed on Saturday afternoon and all day on Sunday by parallel sessions to provide minicourses hands-on demonstrations on more focused topics.

We are anticipating that 150-200 people will sign up for the educational workshop. Space will be limited, plan to register early.

While we will do our best to prioritize participant course preferences, because of limited capacity of several courses, and parallel schedule of classes, we cannot warrant anyone assignment to specific mini-courses.

The course schedule will be determined according to the demand during the initial registration period ending May 31 2022.

In July registration will be reopened and minicourses assignment will be based on first come first served among the limited still available options

Education Committee

Meryem Yucel, Boston University, USA, Chair
Hamid Dehghani, 
University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Lauren Emberson, 
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Qianqian Fang, 
Northeastern University, USA
Judit Gervain, 
Università di Padova, Italy
Ted Huppert, 
University of Pittsburgh, USA
Rickson Mesquita, 
University of Campinas, Brazil
Ursula Wolf, 
Universität Mannheim, Switzerland