Related Cosyne 2018
Save the date, new location!Read More
Main meeting: 01--04 March 2018 in Denver, CO
Workshops: 05--06 March 2018 in Breckenridge, CO
Related Canonical Computation in Brains and Machines
Do brains and machines think alike? The brain implements a set of canonical computations, repeated across species and brain regions to apply the same operations to different problems. Brain-like computing has become common in AI and machine learning, where many of the same canonical computations have become standard.
How can neuroscience and artificial intelligence shape each other’s futures? To map the road ahead, this symposium will gather global leaders in neuroscience and artificial intelligence. Speakers will not only describe their work but also share their thoughts on the best path going forward.Read More
Related VisioNYC Seminar Series
Speakers: Tom Clandinin, Stanford and Ruth Rosenholtz, MITRead More
Related Analysis and Interpretation of Connectomes
This meeting will explore how connectomes can be best utilized by bringing together experts spanning the range of expertise required to make use of connectomics, including systems neuroscientists, computational modelers, and theoreticians. Recent successes in the field of connectomics will be covered as well as computational methods for modeling connectomes, ranging from statistical modeling of graphs and networks to dynamical neural network modeling.Read More
Related Mathematical Analysis of Behavior
Explore Outstanding Phenomena in Animal BehaviorRead More
Jointly hosted by Janelia and the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), this program will bring together 15-20 advanced PhD students with complementary expertise who are interested in working at the interface of mathematics and biology.
Related AREADNE 2018 Research in Encoding And Decoding of Neural Ensembles
The AREADNE conferences bring scientific leaders from around the world to present their recent findings on the functioning of neuronal ensembles in an informal yet spectacular setting on Santorini. The conference series emphasizes interaction with a size and pace that encourages in-depth discussion. Interested researchers are strongly encouraged to submit an abstract for poster presentation as attendance is strictly limited, and the conference typically sells out.Read More
Abstract submission deadline: tentatively Feb., 2018 (attendance limited, presenters gain priorty).
Related Computational Neuroscience: Vision
Through a combination of lectures and hands-on experience with MATLAB-based computer tutorials and projects, this intensive course will examine visual information processing from the retina to higher cortical areas, spatial pattern analysis, motion analysis, neuronal coding and decoding, attention, and decision-making. Applications due: March 31Read More
Related CNS*2018 Twenty Seventh Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting
Equally emphasizes experimental, model based, and more theoretical approaches to understanding neurobiological computation.Read More
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