Best young scientist’s project award
Baltic Forum: Neuroscience, Artificial Intelligence and Complex Systems
14−16 September 2022, Kaliningrad, Russia

In the framework of the Forum, the contest for the best young scientist’s project will be organized. The participants must be young scientists up to 30 years old (at the time of the Forum).

The project must have an applied focus and be in the area of the Forum: neurotechnology, neuroscience, neurobiology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, brain-computer interfaces, biological and medical applications of control theory, etc. To participate in the contest, you need to submit the paper through the paper submission system (choose ''Section for young scientists (best young scientist’s project award)''. The paper’s template is the IEEE conference template. After the paper has been accepted, you will need to deliver a talk in the special section.

The paper and the presentation should contain actuality, novelty, the obtained results, and future aims of the research project.

The best research projects will obtain the financial support for the development of the project. The winner will be chosen by the special committee:

  • 1st place — 300 000* RUB
  • 2nd place — 250 000* RUB
  • 3rd place — 150 000* RUB
*The amount includes all taxes that must be paid in accordance with Russian law.

The accepted papers will be included in the proceedings of DCNA 2022 or CNN 2022, which are expected to be published in IEEE Xplore and indexed in Scopus/Web of Science.