Why attend FENS 2022, Forum of European Neuroscience

Why attend FENS 2022, Forum of European Neuroscience

Posted by Natasja Bogers on Fri 17 Jun. 2022 - 2 minute read

Where European neuroscience meets the world, and Noldus! FENS Forum has been one of our favorite neuroscience conferences in Europe and we've been exhibiting for years. The FENS forum has been organized every other year since 1998, and after a first time virtual forum in 2020, we’re looking forward to meeting you in-person in Paris this summer!

Why attend FENS, Forum of European Neuroscience

FENS Forum 2022 - July 9-13, 2022 in Paris, France

Founded in 1998 at the first Forum of European Neuroscience, the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) is the main organization for neuroscience in Europe. This international organization works to promote all aspects of neuroscience and is federating over 20,000 neuroscientists from more than 30 European countries. 

Europe’s largest international neuroscience conference

The biennial FENS Forum is Europe’s largest international neuroscience conference, covering all domains in modern brain research from basic to translational research.

This year the conference program offers anything from mini-conferences and poster sessions, to special interest groups and technical workshops, and even an Open Theatre. There will be plenty of networking events and times to socialize as well.

The Brain Debate

The “Brain Debate” is a panel discussion on the topic of “Building and understanding brains: how can AI research inform neuroscience?” A panel of scientists and researchers will discuss how new work in AI research can guide our understanding of biological brains, from cells to systems to behavior.


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Networking opportunities

Various Networking Events are organized by FENS, the Host Society Committee and other third-parties to confer a lively atmosphere to the Forum. They‘re held daily, starting around 19:00 (CET/GMT+1) throughout the Forum days and outside the main scientific program.

Exhibition: meet Noldus at FENS Forum 2022

Of course FENS 2022 will also offer an exhibition, and Noldus is there as well! Visit us in booth 141 and discover what we will be displaying this year. 

Make sure to come talk to us and catch up on EthoVision XT, our top notch video tracking platform that has been used in over 35,000 publications worldwide. Find out more about CatWalk XT, a complete and one of a kind gait analysis system that provides you with accurate and reliable data on gait and locomotion in rodents. 

Are you researching brain mechanisms supporting cognitive and social behavior in humans? You might benefit from The Observer XT, our integration platform offers perfect synchronization of physiological data, eye tracker data, and facial expression analysis data.

So stop by booth 141 and chat with our behavioral research consultants to catch up on the latest about our solutions and tools for neuroscience research.









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“We'll always have Paris.”

Last but definitely not least, FENS Forum 2022 takes place is one of the most iconic cities: Paris. Known as the “City of Lights”, Paris is celebrated as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. While attending the FENS Forum might be filling your days, it’s impossible to miss the charms of Paris and its amazing architecture, parks and monuments. 

So make sure to spend some time and discover Paris by walking the famous French streets and world-famous sites like the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. It will make your experiences at FENS Forum 2022 even more memorable!

Will we see you in Paris?

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