For full meeting information, please visit the 2010 BCI Meeting official website.
The 4th International Brain-Computer Interface Society meeting took place at the Asilomar Conference Center on the Monterey Peninsula, part of the California State Park System, from May 31st to June 4th, 2010. The conference center, which constitutes the largest collection of Arts and Crafts-style buildings in one location, is a National Historic Landmark. Its facilities include a 650-seat auditorium, and venues to accommodate 15 simultaneous sessions. The Center’s secluded and scenic location fostered intensive and productive interactions among meeting participants.
250-300 participants attended this meeting, including investigators from at least 100 BCI research groups, associated graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and experts from related fields. The meeting had seven basic formal elements as well as several informal elements:
- Laboratory Research Reports
- Special Sessions
- Keynote Address and Participation of Authorities from Related Fields
- Demonstrations of Functioning BCI Systems
- Poster Presentations
- Users’ Forum
- Plenary Session
- Summary Session
- Informal Discussions and Interactions
- Satellite Meetings