7th Annual ECNS / ISNIP Conference

First Joint Meeting of ECNS / ISBET / ISNIP September 14-18, 2010, Istanbul-Turkey

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President of The Republic of Turkey, Abdullah Gül


ECNS / ISNIP / ISBET Joint Meeting will be honored by Mr. Abdullah Gül, President of The Republic of Turkey.

Due to his attendance to the Turkish World Summit, the opening speech will not be done by the President himself.



Abdullah Gül was born in Kayseri on October 29, 1950. After he graduated from Kayseri High School, he continued his education at Istanbul University in the Department of Economics. He spent two years in London and Exeter for his academic studies while pursuing his PhD. He received his doctoral degree from Istanbul University in 1983. Gül served in the establishment of the Department of Industrial Engineering at Sakarya University where he taught economics to engineering students for five years. He became an associate professor in international economics in 1989 at Istanbul University.

Istanbul 2010 ECOC

Definition of ECOC (European Capital of Culture)
The idea of having a European Capital of Culture was first put forward in 1985 when Melina Mercouri was Greek Minister for Culture. In the same year the European Union Council of Ministers determined the scope of the project and put it into implementation. From 1985 to 2000 one city from the countries which were members of the European Union was selected each year as European Capital of Culture. To mark the start of the new millennium, from 2000 onwards the title of European Capital of Culture began to be given both to more than one city each year and to cities in countries which were candidates for EU membership.

ECNS Annual Meetings

conference-150x150With the merger, the content of our professional meetings and scientific symposia has been broadened to accommodate the interests of psychologists in quantitative EEG and all PhDs interested in EEG and clinical neuroscience.

At recent meetings, world-class faculty offered topics such as:

Discriminate functions in brain injury classifications

Frontal lobe function and dysfunction

Music and the EEG


New methods of EEG analysis

How to write an EEG report


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