Attendance to the BraYn conference costs €50+vat. This fee includes:
- support and guidance during the three days of the congress;
- coffee break and social dinner;
- practical workshops;
- The BraYn Awards (Best Oral and Poster Presentation and BraYn Starting Grant) will be announced at the end of the conference.
Yes. BraYn aims to give priority to young neuroscientists, but we understand that the contribution of senior scientists is also critical, so participation is not restricted to any age group.
Yes, it is possible to attend BraYn congress without any scientific contribution. However, we strongly encourage people to submit an abstract, as they canbe selected to give a talk or to present a poster, achieving visibility for their works. Moreover, at BraYn we will give awards forthe best oral and poster presentations. Finally, prizes for the winning abstracts include participation to specific practical courses offered by the sponsors.
The scientific committee will select the best abstracts for oral presentation, based on criteria such as originality, clinical translationand overall quality of the abstract. A limited number of works will also be selected for poster presentation.
Yes, but you must specify it during the abstract submission process, and you will not be considered for oral presentation.
We will contact you by email in the event that your work has been selected and we will inform you of the guidelines for presenting your work.
Please find all relevant information about travel and accommodation here.
You can register in advance on the conference website. Please note that the sponsored practical workshops will host a limited number of people, so we encourage you to registeras soon as possible if you are interested in aspecific workshop.
Yes. BraYn conference has a significant international background,and participation is not restricted to Italian scientists.
The proceduresfor the registration and abstract submission in the pages of the Conference website.