Sponsorship & exhibition opportunities

Join Biomag2022 for the chance to connect and network with over 500 attendees from across the globe here in the UK.

View the sponsorship and exhibition opportunities here

Due to continuing uncertainties around international travel, Biomag 2022 will be offered in “hybrid mode” (both in-person and virtual) with enhanced participation enabled for those only able to join remotely due to restrictions.

We are strongly encouraging in-person registration, particularly for anyone able to safely travel to Birmingham, but we will also do our best to create as immersive a conference experience as possible for those unable to physically attend.

This will mean that the number of attendees on campus is likely to be less than originally planned. We are currently working on approximately 300 attendees on campus, however, based on our current experience running hybrid conferences we anticipate attracting more attendees overall than if the event ran solely in-person.

There is a strong biomagnetism community here in the UK that focuses on magnetoencephalography (MEG). This is supported by 10 MEG sites across the country, with two in Birmingham alone. Seminal work on biomagnetism also took place at Aston University in the centre of Birmingham. Combined, this makes the UK the ideal location, providing you with a fantastic opportunity to connect with key colleagues in the field.

Our committees are working hard to create a programme that is relevant, engaging and timely for delegates. Research methodologies covered at the meeting include MEG, EEG, brain stimulation and other areas of biomagnetism. We have invited keynote speakers with a strong international standing in the field of biomagnetism and affiliated areas. Symposia and posters will be put forward by the research community and selected by the scientific committee. The meeting will also have a number of workshops, as well as satellite events. We will ensure a broad coverage of the field including the topics:

  • clinical applications such as cardiac, neurological, and cognitive disorders as well as resilience
  • cognitive neuroscience
  • new hardware developments including OPMs
  • novel analysis approaches, for instance source modelling and network analysis

These are exciting times. We look forward to welcoming you to Birmingham.

Professor Ole Jensen
Centre for Human Brain Health
University of Birmingham

Contact Us

If you wish to discuss any of the packages in more detail or would like some more information regarding the conference, please email the University Academic Conference and Events team: [email protected]