Baltic Forum: Neuroscience, AI and Complex Systems is dedicated to the advancements in fundamental and applied science at the intersection of brain research, artificial intelligence, nonlinear dynamics and theory of complex systems.
The Forum will be attended by leading world and Russian scientists, as well as young researchers working in or across the following disciplines: complexity theory, neurotechnology and neuroscience, neurobiology, artificial intelligence and machine learning, nonlinear dynamics, self-organizing systems, brain-computer interfaces, biological and medical applications of control theory, communication and transport, controlled systems in physics, dynamics and control of complex networks, thermodynamic control, ecosystems and climate control, social networks, control of quantum systems, intelligent robotics.
Baltic Forum: Neuroscience, AI and Complex Systems includes three large thematic conferences, initiative mini-symposia and provide unique international platform for the exchange of scientific, technical and educational ideas, results and achievements between leading specialists, including young scientists and students working in such rapidly developing areas of modern science as neuroscience, artificial intelligence and theory of complex systems.
Baltic Forum: Neuroscience, AI and Complex Systems is designed to promote active interaction of specialists in various scientific fields both at the national and international levels.
This Forum draws upon the successful experience of holding international events in Russia: Volga Neuroscience Meeting (4 conferences have been held since 2015) and Dynamics of Complex Networks and Its Applications in Intelligent Robotics (4 conferences have been held since 2017).
MDPI kindly provides a 20% discount
for all participants of the Forum for publication in a special issue ''Advancements in Neuroimaging''
of journal ''Diagnostics''
(IF = 3.706, Open Access, Rapid Publication).