Opening lecture

Chris Wood: Imaging the Human Brain: Progress and Prospects

Invited review/tutorial and symposia presentations 
(alphabetic order)

Seppo Ahlfors: MEG and multimodal integration

Peter A. Bandettini: Fifteen years of functional MRI

K. M. Rodgers, A. M. Benison, Daniel Barth: Fast oscillations and two dimensional coincidence 

John Clarke, E. Han, M. Hatridge, N. Kelso, M. Moessle, W. Myers, A. Pines, S.K. Lee, R. McDermott, M. Mueck, L. Schmidt, J. Simko, B. ten Haken, A. Trabesinger: Squid-detected magnetic resonance imaging in microtesla Fields: A new clinical modality?

David Cohen: The changing physics of the MEG: From 1968 to 2006 

Valeria Csepe: The music of language: Word stress and prosody precessed by the human brain

Hendrikus Duifhuis, L. Slabu, S. Tomaskovic, J. E. C. Wiersinga-Post: Audio-visual interactions

Jens Haueisen, L. Leistritz, T. Suesse, G. Curio, H. Witte: Identifying mutual information transfer in the brain with differential-algebraic modeling: Evidence for fast oscillatory coupling between cortical somatosenosry areas 3B and 1 

Leon Heller, B. E. Barrows, J. S. George: Modeling direct detection of the neuromagnetic field by magnetoencephalograpy and magnetic resonance imaging

Risto Ilmoniemi: Electromagnetic stimulation of the brain: From physics and physiology to clinical applications

Risto Ilmoniemi: Physics and the Brain

Jurg von Ins: Nikola Tesla: Vision, creativity and scientific progress

Robert H. Kraus, Jr.: Simultaneous imaging of neural activity and anatomy by magnetic resonant techniques at ultra-low field

John van Opstal, P. Bremen, R. van der Willigen, J. Goossens: How Nikola Tesla helped cracking the neural code of the midbrain

John van Opstal, J. Goossens: Dynamic ensemble coding of saccades in monkey superior culliculus

Rob de Ruyter van Steveninck: Visual motion estimation and optimal sensory processing in the fly

Rob de Ruyter van Steveninck: Adaptation in a blowfly motion sensitive neuron

Chris Wood, Chris Eliasmith, Stephan Mertens: 
Symposium III - Physics, Computation, and the Brain

Poster/oral presentations (alphabetic order) 

Dimitrovski, D., Pop-Jordanov,J., Pop-Jordanova, N., Solov'ev, E. A.: Quantum excitation of water molecules in neuron by EEG as an information transfer mechanism

Gaal. Zs. A., Csuhaj, R.,Molnar, M.: Age-related changes of testing EEG, auditory event-related potentials and CNV

Hecimovic, H.: Epilepsy as a model for studying neural networks

Jurasic M.-J. Josef-Golubic, S., Hecimovic, H., Bosnjak, J. Demarin, V.:Vascular aging in women

Nurminen, J., Taulu, S., Okada, Y.: Hardware requirements of the Signal Space Separation method

Pop-Jordanov, J., Pop-Jordanova, N.: A negentropic quantum model of mental arousal

Rizzo, C. V., Duifhuis, H., Hoogduin: Acoustic fMRI noise: Linear Time Invariant System model

H.: Slabu, L. M, Renken, R., Hoogduin, J. M., Wiersinga-Post, J. E. C., Duifhuis, H.: The effect of slice orientations on auditory fMRI at the inferior culliculi level

Susac, A., Ilmoniemi, R. J., Pihko, E., Nurminen, J., Supek, S.:
MEG study of an early face-object dissociation

Tolmacheva, E. A., van Juijtelaar, G.: Does hippocampus control thalamo-cortical Oscillations? An EEG study in genetically epileptic rats

Walter, M, Witzel, J., Wiebking, C., Schiltz, K., Tempelmann, C., 
Bogerts, B., Heinze, J. J., Northoff, G.: Pedophilia is linked to reduced activation during expectancy and experience of visual erotic stimulation in the DLPFC and hypothalamuse