BaCI is a joint conference of international societies interested in the promotion and dissemination of noninvasive imaging methods that allow to understand human brain and heart function and their disturbances. The meeting is an attempt to bring together basic and clinical scientists to discuss the newest methodological advances in imaging methodologies and their experimental and clinical applications.
NFSI will be celebrating its 10th bi-annual meeting. The main focus of these meetings has been on source localization methods and the study of the connection and flow of information in brain networks. The number of contributions from clinical and cognitive neuroscience applications has risen over the years: epilepsy, brain computer interfacing and techniques in interventional electro-cardiology started featuring prominently.
This culminated in a very successful first BaCI meeting hosted in Geneva in 2013, where clinical applications got an important place in the program and in the conference title: Basic and Clinical multimodal Imaging
BaCI 2015 will try to maintain the character of that meeting.
More information on the conference can be found here