A digital copy of the programme, including the proceedings, of the Second Neuroadaptive Technology Conference can be downloaded below.

Programme and Proceedings of the Second Neuroadaptive Technology Conference, July 16 – 18, 2019, Liverpool, UK.

All abstracts of both the 2017 and 2019 Neuroadaptive Technology Conference, along with invited full-length chapters, are published in the book Current Research in Neuroadaptive Technology. This collection is available digitally and in print from Elsevier.


Below are listed the most important dates and deadlines concerning the NAT’19 conference.

Contribution submission deadline

31st March, 2019
12th April, 2019

Author feedback

30th April, 2019

Early-bird registration

31st May, 2019
17th June, 2019


16-18th July, 2019

Call for Papers

We cordially invite you to submit contributions of research in the area of neuroadaptive technology.

Submissions can be made to all parts of the conference, including the Research Track, Work-In-Progress Track, and Demo Sessions.

All accepted contributions will be published in the conference proceedings, probably through Elsevier. A selection of authors will be invited after the conference to submit full book chapters about their research.

Detailed submission instructions will provided on this website in the near future.

Please feel free to share the Call for Papers (attached below) to your academic and industrial network.

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The template for abstract submission can be downloaded below.

All abstracts should be submitted by e-mail to the following address: n… (click to reveal).

All accepted abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings (probably through Elsevier). A selection of authors will be invited after the conference to submit full book chapters about their research.

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The NAT Conference covers a broad range of topics related to: applied neurosciences/psychophysiology, signal detection, human-computer interaction, and machine learning. Specifically, the conference is designed as a forum for work related to:

Physiological computing
Passive brain-computer interfaces affective computing
Closed-loop cognition
Wearable sensors
Ambulatory monitoring
User modelling
Digital health
System evaluation
Mobile brain/body imaging
Ethics/data privacy
Social interaction

Keynote Speakers

Professor Frederic Dehais (ISAE, France)

Dr. Romy Lorenz (University of Cambridge, UK)

Dr. Fabien Lotte (INRIA, France)

Dr. Graeme Moffat (Interaxon, Canada)

Dr. Erin Solovey (WPI, USA)


The full programme of the NAT’19 conference is attached below.


NAT’19 will take place in Liverpool, UK. The venue for the meeting is the John Lennon Art and Design School, which is part of Liverpool John Moores University.

The address is 2 Duckinfield St, Liverpool L3 5RD. See this address on

We have compiled a list of hotels within easy walking distance of the venue, attached below on this page. You can also search hotels in the city via The visitliverpool website also contains lots of information about things to see and do during your stay in the city.

The closest airports to the city are Liverpool Airport or Manchester Airport

To get to the venue, you can travel by bus from Liverpool Airport to the vicinity of the conference in around an hour. From Manchester, you must take the train from the airport to Liverpool Lime Street Station, which is within walking distance of the venue. The approximate journey time from Manchester airport to Liverpool Lime Street is 60-90min and you can inspect the timetable here.

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General Chairs

Prof. Stephen Fairclough
Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Dr Thorsten O. Zander
Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Programme Committee

Hasan Ayaz (Drexel University, USA)
Carryl Baldwin (George Mason University, USA)
Guillaume Chanel (University of Geneva, Switzerland)
Frederic Dehais (ISAE, France)
Giulio Jaccuci (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Robert Jacob (Tufts University, USA)
Peter Hancock (University of Central Florida, USA)
Pim Haselager (Donders Institute, The Netherlands)
Fabien Lotte (INRIA, France)
Christian Muehl (German Aerospace Centre, Germany)
Anton Nijholt (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
Alan Pope (NASA, USA)
Erin Solovey (Drexel University, USA)



Please register for participation through our online system.

Registration fees

Early Bird Standard (before 17th of June 2019)

GBP 260,- (conference, incl. lunch) + 50,- for the Social Evening

Standard Registration

GBP 390,- (conference, incl. lunch) + 50,- for the Social Evening

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Welcome to 3rd Neuroadaptive Technology Conference (NAT’22)

We are bringing together artificial and human intelligence. This is happening in Castle Lübbenau, near Berlin, on the following dates:

Please use the form below to register for NAT’22. In case of technical issues with the website, please click here or contact us.
Note that the ticket price does not include accommodation. Rooms at the castle have been reserved for the conference. You can find more information about booking a room at the ‘Schloss Lübbenau’ here.

In case an issue with our payment provider prohibits you from completing registration, either here or through this websiteplease contact us at and let us know your name, affiliation (academic/industry), and whether or not you would include the social evening dinner (+50 euro).


Please use the attached Word template to structure and style your submission.
The maximum length of the submission is 2 pages, including at most 1 figure. References do not count towards the maximum page length. Please also include at least 2 keywords. Further details are given or described in the template document itself;.
To ensure a blind review, please do not include your names and affiliations in the template. Instead, you will be asked to provide them during the submission process. Also try to not provide other obvious clues to your own identities, e.g. by referring to own past work: “We (Zander et al., 2022) showed that…”
When your submission is finished, please use the submission page on this website to submit it for consideration.

Use this form to submit your contributions to the NAT’22 conference. Please use the provided template in a compatible format.