All submitted abstracts (max. 2 pages, not including figures and references) will be peer-reviewed by independent referees from members of our international program committee. The committee consists of established scholars and scientists defined by their expertise in relevant research topics, operational domains, and neuroscientific methods. These include the following and more:

Work DomainsResearch TopicsMethods
Aviation & SpaceExecutive FunctionsEEG/MEG
Surface TransportSelective AttentionfMRI/fNIRS
Education/TrainingWorking MemoryTranscranial Neurostim.
HealthcareEmotionsBrain-Computer Interfaces
Human ResourceSocial CognitionAR/VR
Mobile ComputingLearningEMG/EMS
AccessibilityDevelopment and AgingMobile Brain/Body Imaging
SecurityHuman-Machine TeamingElectrodermal Activity
Assembly OperationsTrust in AutomationGaze Tracking

Examples of relevant work can be found from the special issue of Neuroergonomics 2018

Submissions will open on 2 January 2020. See right sidebar for important dates.
More details to follow.