BFAL – Brain Function Assessment in Learning
The renowned ITS (Intelligent Tutoring Systems) 30 year old series of top ranking International Conferences extends its legacy by inaugurating a new series of top-flight Thematic International Conferences on state-of-the-art topics in the context of a broad range of multiple academic and research activities undertaken by the Institute of Intelligent Systems (IIS).
The first of this new series of ITS Thematic International Conference aims to regroup research in multidisciplinary domains such as neuroscience, health, computer science, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, education and social interaction on the theme of “Brain Function Assessment in Learning” .
Besides the ITS conferences, IIS added the thematically more specific Brain Function Assessment in Learning (BFAL) conference to its program and constantly seeks to create new links between the different fields of Intelligent System research. The BFAL conferences aim to regroup research in the multidisciplinary domain of neurosciences, health, computer science, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, education, as well as social interaction.
This new series of thematic conferences hosts researchers, academics and specialists from many different fields with the aim to strengthen their cooperation and accelerate the generation of knowledge and viable solutions, ready to be implemented in the market.
The convergence of cognitive studies, tools of artificial intelligence, neuroscience approaches and health applications open a new era of multidisciplinary research tracks. The emergence of new assessment devices allows new ways of experimentation in laboratories, with light, non intrusive, and low cost material. Industrial representatives of relative technology will also be invited to present the new possibilities of their tools and equipment.
The convergence of cognitive studies, tools of artificial intelligence, neuroscience approaches and health applications have opened a new era of multidisciplinary research tracks. BFAL aspires to regroup research in multidisciplinary domains such as neuroscience, health, computer science, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, education and social interaction. It will give the opportunity to the participants to examine the multiple applications of Brain Function Assessment in Learning-mainly in the Education and Health Fields -which become more and more promising.
Topics of interest to the conference include, but are not limited to:
- Alzheimer’s and related disorders
- Biofeedback systems
- Biometric Systems
- Brain Activity and neurocognitive functions
- Brain-Computational Mechanisms
- Brain control for learning
- Brain Data Extraction
- Brain imaging
- Brain Plasticity
- Brain training
- Consciousness and social behaviors
- Data Mining
- Emotional Processes in Learning and Memory
- Internet of things
- Human-Computer Interface
- Healthcare Applications
- Image Processing
- Intelligent Environments
- Intelligent training
- Intelligent agents
- Intelligent video games
- Memory neural processes
- Mental Health
- Neurocognitive Development
- Sleep, Plasticity and Memory
- Social Cognition
- Virtual Reality