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May 22, 2023  01:05 PM | Feng Liu - UTA
CfP: The 16th International Conference on Brain Informatics (BI'23)
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The 16th International Conference on Brain Informatics (BI'23)
August 1 - 3, 2023
Hoboken & New York – USA
The key theme: Brain Science meets Artificial Intelligence
Conference homepage:
- 24 May 2023: Full Paper Submission Deadline
- 01 Jun 2023: Abstract Submission Deadline

*** Confirmed Keynote Speakers ***
-  Professor Emery N. Brown
Member of the National Academy of Sciences
Member of the National Academy of Engineering
Member of the National Academy of Medicine
MIT, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
-  Professor Bin He
Fellow of International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering (IAMBE)
Fellow of American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE)
Fellow of Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES), and IEEE
Member of the National Academy of Inventors
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
-  Professor John Ngai
Director of NIH BRAIN Initiative
NIH BRAIN Initiative, USA
-  Professor Helen Mayberg
Member of the National Academy of Sciences
Member of the National Academy of Medicine
Member of the National Academy of Inventors
Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Mount Sinai Medical Center, USA
-  Professor Vinod Goel
Author of monographs: "Sketches of thought" and "Reason and Less: Pursuing Food, Sex, and Politics"
York University, Canada
-  Professor Amy Kuceyeski
Director of Computational Connectomics (CoCo) at Weill Cornell Medicine
Cornell University, USA
-  Dr. Grace Hwang
Director, NINDS, NIH
*** Local information ***
*The location of the BI2023 in the beautiful campus of Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, located on the west bank of Hudson River overlooking Manhattan. Stevens is close to a group of finest universities such as Princeton University (1.5 hours drive), Columbia University (25 min drive), New York University (20 min drive) and Yale University (1h 40 min drive).
*Convenient transportation: (1) Nearby there are three major airports: Newark, JFK, and LaGuardia with direct flights to all major cities in the world.  (2) 15 minutes to Time Square by bus.
*An economic accommodation option: $100 dorm room option is available in the newly completed University Complex Center Building with a view of Manhattan (limited spaces)
***About the conference***
The International Conference on Brain Informatics (BI) series has established itself as the world's premier research conference on Brain Informatics, which is an emerging interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research field that combines the efforts of Cognitive Science, Neuroscience, Machine Learning, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to explore the main problems that lie in the interplay between human brain studies and informatics research.
The 16th International Conference on Brain Informatics (BI'23) provides a premier international forum to bring together researchers and practitioners from diverse fields for presentation of original research results, as well as exchange and dissemination of innovative and practical development experiences on Brain Informatics research, brain-inspired technologies and brain/mental health applications.
*** Topics and Areas ***
The key theme of the conference is "Brain Science meets Artificial Intelligence".
The BI'23 solicits high-quality original research and application papers (full paper and abstract presentation submissions).
Relevant topics include but are not limited to:
Track 1: Cognitive and Computational Foundations of Brain Science
Track 2: Human Information Processing Systems
Track 3: Brain Big Data Analytics, Curation and Management
Track 4: Informatics Paradigms for Brain and Mental Health Research
Track 5: Brain-Machine Intelligence and Brain-Inspired Computing
***Journal Opportunities***
High quality BI conference papers may be nominated to submit an extended version for a fast track review and publication at the Brain Informatics Journal (, an international, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary Open Access journal published by Springer Nature.
Real-time Journal's Impact Factor: 8.5.
*** Paper Submission and Publications ***
Submission link:
9-12 pages are encouraged for the regular papers including figures and references in Springer LNCS Proceedings format ( Overlength pages will be charged 200$ per page.
All papers will be peer-reviewed and accepted based on originality, significance of contribution, technical merit, and presentation quality.  All papers accepted (and all workshop & special sessions' full length papers) will be published by Springer as a volume of the Springer-Nature LNAI Brain Informatics Book Series (
Abstract Presentation Submission:
Submission link:
Research abstracts are encouraged and will be accepted for presentations in an oral presentation format and/or poster presentation format. Each abstract submission should include the title of the paper and an abstract body within 1500 words. Note: The abstract will not be included in the conference proceedings to be published by Springer.
Special Issues & Books:
Workshop organizers can be invited to contribute a book publication in the Springer-Nature Brain Informatics & Health Book Series (, or a special issue at the Brain Informatics Journal.
*** Workshop & Special Sessions ***
Proposal Submissions:
BI'23 will be hosting a series of workshops and special sessions featuring topics relevant to the brain informatics community on the latest research and industry applications.
Papers & Presentations:
A workshop/special session typically takes a half day (or full day) and includes a mix of regular and invited presentations including regular papers, abstracts, invited papers as well as invited presentations.
The paper and abstract submissions to workshops/special sessions will follow the same format as the BI conference papers and abstracts.
Proposal Guidelines:
Each proposal should include:
1) workshop/special session title;
2) length of the workshop (half/full day);
3) names, main contact, and a short bio of the workshop organizers;
4) brief description of the workshop scope and timeline;
5) prior history of the workshop (if any);
6) potential program committee members and invited speakers;
7) any other relevant information