International Conference on Advanced Sleep Modulation Technologies

october, 2019

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International Conference on Advanced Sleep Modulation Technologies

Impact on research, health, and society

October 27-30, 2019 

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About

Despite the consensus that sleep is a crucial factor for wellbeing and healthy development, it remains unclear which sleep-related biological mechanisms underlie its positive effects on health and performance, and how these interactions can improve health and productivity.

This conference will address this question by assembling internationally renowned scientists and representatives from industry from a wide range of disciplines (i.e. neurosciences, engineering, computer science, epidemiology, ethics, and economics). Through an intensive transdisciplinary exchange on the topics of sleep and technology, we will ultimately shape novel concepts for application-oriented and translational research to have a beneficial impact on sleep and society.

Call for Abstracts

  • Attendance is limited to 100 participants, and will be based on an abstract review
  • Participation is only possible with submitted abstract
  • Abstract submission via the website form (opens May 2nd)
  • Young scientists are especially encouraged to submit an abstract
  • All selected abstracts will participate in the poster session
  • Selected abstracts from young scientist will be featured as short talk in the Fresh Ideas session
  • 1-page abstract is due by June 30th, 2019
    (template (DOCX, 300 KB))
  • Authors will be notified by July 24th, 2019
  • Registration will open following the abstract review
  • Authors of accepted contributions will be requested to register within 3 weeks following notification

Objectives

  • Bring together internationally renowned scientists and representatives from industry from a wide range of disciplines to discuss the interrelation of sleep, translational research and health
  • Shape novel concepts for application-oriented research by linking scientific disciplines with a specific societal need and boost research collaborations for innovative, synergetic solutions
  • Provide the opportunity for junior and advanced researchers to disseminate their work and interact with senior researchers
  • Provide an update on the state of the art, highlight recent discoveries and identify future research needs
  • Create a consensus manuscript describing current needs, future directions/applications as well as pointing out shortcomings


Confirmed Speakers

  • Dr. Daniel Aeschbach, German Aerospace Center, DE
  • Dr. iur. des. Isabel Baur, University of Zurich, CH
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Baumann, University Hospital Zurich, CH
  • Dr. Rolf Fronczek, Leiden University Medical Center, NL
  • Dr. Florian Liberatore, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, CH
  • Prof. Dr. Andrea Kübler, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, DE
  • Dr. Yuval Nir, Tel Aviv University, IL
  • Dr. Tobias Reichenbach, Imperial College London, UK
  • Dr. Kathy L. Ruddy, Trinity College Dublin, IE
  • Prof. Dr. Eus van Someren, Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, NL
  • Dr. Enzo Tagliazucchi, Universidad de Buenos Aires, AR
  • Prof. Dr. Dimitri Van de Ville, EPFL, CH
  • Prof. Dr. Vladyslav Vyazovskiy, University of Oxford, UK
  • Prof. Dr. Maarten De Vos, University of Oxford, UK

Time

october 27 (Sunday) - 30 (Wednesday)

Location

Ascona, Switzerland

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