International Neuro-Congress 2018


Event Date: 

Friday, June 29, 2018 to Sunday, July 1, 2018 

Program outline


Event Location: 

Luxembourg-City, Luxembourg

Meeting Venue: Alvisse Parc Hotel ( 120, Route d’Echternach, Luxembourg


For the first time, ANT Neuro and Group Psylux / Neuroacademy join forces by organizing the International Neuro-Congress 2018 from 29 June to 01 July 2018 in Luxembourg-City (LUX).


This congress captures a variety of themes and topics within the scientific foundations of neural therapies and Neuromodulation. Practitioner’s and clinicians who are interested in quantitative EEG (qEEG) and repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS), gain access to a complete scientific framework and practical training in three days.

Participants have the possibility to access various modular sessions, hands on training and high-quality scientific lectures that incorporate the latest research findings, developments, methods and products on both topics.




The program consists of a scientific Symposium with internationally renowned keynote speakers and expert presentations, as well as full-day complementary pre- and post- workshops on qEEG and rTMS (participants can opt to follow both training courses).

Please see the prospectus for more information.


Important dates

- Early Bird registration deadline*: 30 April 2018

- Regular Participant registration deadline*: 20 June 2018

* Registration is required. To register, please fill out the International Neuro-Congress 2018 registration form and send it stating your full name and registration type in the email subject line. Please note that for each participant, it is mandatory to individually confirm their attendance for lunch and dinner, as requested on the registration form.


Confirmed keynote speakers:

Keynote: Prof. Dr. med. Dirk W. Droste (Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

Title talk: ‘Management and prevention of stroke’.


Keynote Prof. Dr. med. Alexander Hartmann (Kliniken der Stadt Köln, Germany)

Title talk: 'Non-invasive stimulation of the brain'.


Keynote: Prof. Dr. Max Leibetseder (Sigmund Freud Privat Universität Vienna, Austria)

Title talk: ‘Neurofeedback and cognitive coherence of schizophrenia – a single case study’.


Keynote: Prof. Dr. Keyoumars Ashkan (King’s College Hospital London, UK)

Title talk: 'Navigated TMS: challenges and potentials for the pre-operative surgical mapping of brain tumours'.


Keynote: M.Sc. BAKK. Pth. Khashayar Pazooki (Group Psylux – Neuroacademy Luxembourg; Mamer, Luxembourg)

Title talk: ‘Multimodal treatments and psychiatric disorders in qEEG’.


Keynote: Dr. Frank Zanow (ANT Neuro, Berlin, Germany)

Title talk: ‘Navigated TMS in the treatment of psychiatric disorders’.