2022 | Joint meeting of

Neuroergonomics Conference &
NYC Neuromodulation Conference

July 28 – August 1, 2022 | New York City, NY, USA | The City College of New York
Main sessions and events: July 29-31, 2022
Pre- and Post-conference Workshops: July 28 & August 1, 2022



The 2022 Neuroergonomics and NYC Neuromodulation Conferences are joined together to address the state-of-the-art in neurotechnology for brain-body performance and health.


Neurotechnology represented at the conference spans extremes. From critical care, to well-being, to the brain in every-day life. From revolutionary invasive devices, to targeted non-invasive approaches, to wearables. From boosting the performance of athlete, surgeons, artists, first responders, to service members. From brain-to-brain interfaces, to mixed/virtual reality, to social media. The 2022 Neuroergonomics and NYC Neuromodulation Conference program fuses speakers and topics to create a meeting culture that cultivates new ideas and connections.


The conference will focus on the latest approaches for both brain function and dysfunction including Brain/Body Performance, Skill Acquisition, Stress and Fatigue, Pain, Addiction and Binge Eating, Cognition and Physical Recovery, Eye-tracking, Neuromarketing, and Remote/mobile sensing in the wild. These themes are intended to encourage discussion that crosses traditional sub-domains of brain and health technologies.


The conference is thematically organized around the themes of Emotion and HRV, Communication and Language, Closed-Loop Technology BCI, Pain, Addiction and Binge Eating, Recovery, Performance, and Skill, Eye-tracking, Social Medical, Neuromarketing, and Remote/mobile sensing in the wild,. These themes are intended to encourage discussion that fuse traditional sub-domains of brain and health technologies.



The 2022 Neuroergonomics and NYC Neuromodulation Conference will be an in-person meeting featuring interactive sessions, panels, and social events. Our hope is attendees leave the meeting invigorated by expanding boundaries, new collaborations, and hope for neurotechnology and the human condition. All COVID safety protocols will be clearly communicated to attendees and followed. At this time, no remote or hybrid options are planned, but all registrants will be provided with risk-free contingencies.

Hosted at the historic City College of New York with peaceful outdoor spaces, state-of-the-art conference facilities, surrounded by the vibrant Harlem neighborhood knows for its jazz clubs, trendy eateries, and multi-cultural heritage.

Session Highlights

The conference is thematically organized around the themes of Emotion and HRV, Communication and Language, Closed-Loop Technology BCI, Pain, Addiction and Binge Eating, Recovery, Performance, and Skill, Eye-tracking, Social Medical, Neuromarketing, and Remote/mobile sensing in the wild. These themes are intended to encourage discussion that fuse traditional sub-domains of brain and health technologies.

» Browse the full Scientific Program Agenda

Promote your work with an abstract

  • All abstracts submitted to the Neuroergonomics with NYC Neuromodulation 2022 will be published in the conference book, promoted online, and is eligible for publication in the journal Frontiers in Neuroergonomics.
  • Posters for abstracts will be presented during the centrally programmed conference poster sessions.
  • Abstracts are eligible for selection for oral highlight talks to be given to the entire conference as well as Best Meeting Abstract.
  • Abstracts are eligible for selection for Oral Highlight talks to be given on the plenary stage, as well as poster awards.
  • Share your work with hundreds of clinicians, scientists and engineers at the meeting.

Abstract submission is now closed

Abstracts Online

Pre- and Post-conference Workshops and Courses

The day before (July 28, 2022) and the day after (August 1, 2022), the 2022 joint meeting of Neuroergonomics and NYC Neuromodulation will offer world-class intensive courses and hands-on workshops spanning brain monitoring technology, signal processing, and neuromodulation. Attendance is open and free to all attendees. Separate workshop registration is not required, but some workshops are expected to have maximum allowed attendees. Therefore, to ensure your spot, please complete the workshop signup here.

    » Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS): Advanced Theory and Hands-on Workshop
    » From Passive BCI to Neuroadaptivity
  • » A primer on machine learning for physiological signals
  • » Neurotech Commercialization Workshop (Independently organized)
  • » Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in Neuroscience and Clinical Practice: Hands-on Workshop
  • » Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy Workshop: Data collection, preprocessing, analysis
  • » Real-time and close-loop EEG processing with the open-source OpenViBE platform: hands-on workshop
  • » EEG Workshop: Data collection, preprocessing, analysis


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Meeting Location

The City College of New York

New York, USA

Conference Committees

Scientific Committee

Leigh Charvet
Conference Co-Chair
Marom Bikson
Conference Co-Chair
Giuseppina Pilloni
Technical Program Chair
Frédéric Dehais
Steering Committee
Hasan Ayaz
Steering Committee
Roy Hamilton
Evangelia Chrysikou
Tracy Dennis
Ranjana K Mehta
Abstract Committee

Ilknur Telkes
Colleen Hanlon
Adam Woods
Mahima Sharma
Bashar Badran
Carryl Baldwin
Meltem Izzetoglu
Angela Harrivel
Anne-Marie Brouwer
Kristy Arbogas
Cândida Barreto
Stefanie Enriquze
Local Organizing Team

Gozde Unal
Adrian Curtin
Ahmed Ben mansour
Digital Content
Amy Vogel-Eyny
Hyein Cho
Diversity and Accessibility Committee

Ranjana K Mehta
Co-Chair Diversity and Accessibility committee
Roy Hamilton
Co-Chair Diversity and Accessibility committee
Gozde Unal



Neuroergonomics | NYC Neuromodulation Conference 2022

The 2022 Neuroergonomics & NYC Neuromodulation Conference is produced by neuromodec.org and Neuroergonomics

Conference Diversity and Accessibility

The 2022 Neuroergonomics with NYC Neuromodulation conference is committed to representing the diversity in the field of neurotechnology and supporting activities that enhance diversity now and in the future. This commitment includes the recognition of all people, regardless of race, nationality, creed, disability, or gender identity. As such, harassment or discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated during any conference activities. Concerns and violations should be reported immediately to the Accessibly and Diversity Committee (diversity@neuromodec.com).

The conference is committed to accessibility for all meeting events. Should any individual need assistance or have questions about accessibility, please let the committee know (accessibility@neuromodec.com).