Original contributions are invited in any of the listed subject categories. 
All contributions will be reviewed by the Scientific Program Committee. 


Sensory biophysics 
Functional brain imaging 
Multi-modal integration 
Neural signal processing 
Neural modeling and neuro-computation 
Neural networks 
Brain-computer and neural interfacing 
Consciousness and quantum physics
Other topics related to the physics and the brain 

Abstract format (Times):  title - bold, capitals, 12pt, centered; 
authors - bold, 11pt, centered;
affiliations - italic, 11pt, centered; 
emails - bold, 12; 
body - up to 300 words, 10pt, justified,
single spacing, references up to 50 words, 10 pt, numbered consecutively, indicated in text as [1]
Abstract submission: by June 25, 2006
by E-mail ONLY to
Abstract file format:  .pdf

The authors of the submitted abstracts will be notified by e-mail on the abstract acceptance and the presentation mode. 

Poster board dimensions: 1 m width, 2 m height. Adhesive tapes will be provided
Guided poster tour is planned.

Please note that by submitting your abstract to this meeting, you are agreeing to the transfer of copyright for the abstract and its content to the Mind and Brain V to enable publication in the electronic abstract book on a CD-ROM and

The presenting author of the abstract must be registered by the abstract submission deadline. If an abstract is not judged to be acceptable for presentation, authors will have the option to withdraw their registration (minus handling fee of EUR 40). 


In addition to an abstract of their talk, the lecturers are invited to add a suggested reading list and provide selected papers to be posted as Course materials.

After the Course all PowerPoint presentations will be posted during a two week period as password protected materials for the MIND AND BRAIN V participants only.