Short papers can be submitted in English with a length of 2–3 pages. Templates (Word and Latex) can be found here. Authors can opt-in for a publication receiving a DOI and the proceedings being published via Göttingen Research Online. Authors should present their work (Talk or Poster) in English.

Submission is closed.


Conference topics (non-exhaustive)

Submissions covering biosignal analysis, biomagnetism, and emerging related topics such as artificial intelligence and medical data science are encouraged. We especially invite submissions to the following focus topics:

  • Sensor Fusion and Multimodal Signal Analysis
  • Unobtrusive and Remote Physiological Measurement
  • High Performance Computing for Biosignal Processing
  • Novel Concepts in Magneto- and Electroencephalography
  • Data Science in Biological and Physiological Modeling



  • 12 minutes talk (slides in 16:9 format as PowerPoint or PDF)
  • 3 minutes discussion afterwards



  • 3 minutes poster pitch (with a single slide in 16:9 format as PowerPoint or PDF)
  • poster in A0 portrait


Young scientists award

Outstanding work by young scientists will be awarded a prize in a competition. All young scientists up to the age of 35 years can participate. Both talk and poster prizes will be awarded.