Münster, Germany


The Münster Garden is organized by the IBB and will focus on a broad range of topics, from multivariate characterization of M/EEG states, to the relationship between electromagnetic brain activity and peripheral physiology, to the M/EEG clinical application in epilepsy and stroke. The Münster Garden is an in-person event, with some sessions broadcasted across all Gardens.



#BodyBrain, #Multivariate, #Clinical

Featured Speakers /Teachers

Carsten Wolters, Elena Cesnaite, Maria Carla Piastra, Daniel Kluger


#Eye tracking EEG

Local Program




Local program

Global - Plenary lecture

Local - Lectures

Local - Tutorials

Local - Social Events

Local - Food / Posters

Local - Satellite Event

Register for the Münster Garden

Registration form

Please click on the icon to register




· The form is to attend the Münster Garden only

· To register it is mandatory to first become a member of CuttingEEG.



Important dates

·  Registration closes on October 15th

Registration Fee

· There is no fee for attending the Cutting Garden in Münster (you still have to subscribe to CuttingEEG membership)

· You will be able to join for lunch at the local cafeteria, for an average price of 6-7 EUR.

Venue – How to reach the Münster Garden


The conference will be held at the Institute for Biomagnetism and Biosignalanalysis (IBB). Note that the IBB is not in the city center, but it is easily reachable by bus (~ 20 minutes). Or by bike, which in Münster is much quicker!

Arrival and Stay in Münster

Münster is easily reachable by TRAIN. We highly recommend this means of transportation, in accordance with the philosophy behind a multi-hub event.

Coming to Münster by TRAIN

Münster Central Station (Hauptbanhof, Hbf) is directly connected with a variety of city in Germany and Netherlands:

German Railways (Deutsche Bahn, DB)

Fast train connections are also possible from other countries (e.g. France)

Thalys (Eurostar)

Coming to Münster by BUS

Münster has a sizable bus station that connects the city with others throughout Germany and part of Northern Europe.




Münster offers a variety of BnBs, Hotels and Hostels. Albeit not being incredibly touristic, especially in October, we recommend looking for accommodation in advance to avoid higher-than-average fees.

Contact the Münster team

Contact the Global team