ISEK is pleased to announce the call for submission of Abstracts, and proposals for Symposia and Workshops for the upcoming XXV ISEK Congress, to be held in Nagoya, Japan, June 26 – 29, 2024. Submissions related to electrophysiology, kinesiology and the study of movement are invited under the following categories:
For the 2024 Congress, the following submission schedule has been established. Please refer to the submission guidelines for each of these submission types prior to submitting your abstract. Note: You must be an ISEK member in good standing to submit an abstract.
|Abstract Type||Submission Opens||Submission Deadline*||Status|
|Symposia Proposals||September 1, 2023||November 1, 2023||Open|
|Individual (Oral and Poster)||September 15, 2023||December 14, 2023||Open|
|Workshop Proposals||September 15, 2023||November 1, 2023||Open|
The ISEK Congress offers presentations in both Oral and Poster formats. Submission of abstracts describing original research in the areas of electrophysiology, kinesiology and human movement are welcomed. Abstracts aligned with one of the Congress themes are particularly encouraged.
Symposia are thematically organized sessions that will be held during the main portion of the conference. Symposia sessions will include 15-minute presentations by up to 5 individual speakers that offer unique perspectives on a specific central theme, followed by a moderated scientific exchange involving the audience. Symposia should be aimed at researchers who have some familiarity with the topic to facilitate in-depth discussion. The symposium session should not exceed 1 hour and 30 minutes and should allow for sufficient time for the moderated discussion.
Pre-conference workshops will be hosted on Wednesday June 26. Workshops should be accessible to researchers who may not be familiar with the topic and should begin with an introduction to the topic before progressing to more advanced material. Proposals for workshops incorporating tutorials aimed at students and early stage researchers are particularly encouraged. Each workshop will run for 90 minutes – 4 hours, with parallel sessions in the morning and afternoon.
Individual (oral and poster) and symposia submissions are invited in the following subject areas (themes):
- AI, Data Fusion, and Machine Learning
- Brain Imaging
- Clinical Neurophysiology
- Electrical Myostimulation
- Modelling and Signal Processing
- Motor Control and Motor Learning
- Motor Disorders
- Motor Units
- Muscle Synergy
- Neuromuscular Imaging
- Robotic Rehabilitation
- Sports Sciences and Motor Performance
- Wearable Sensors & IoT