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Welcome to Neuroinformatics 2016, the annual INCF congress!

Neuroinformatics 2016 comes to Reading, UK on September 3-4, and is organized in collaboration with the UK Node. Join us for keynotes from top neuroscientists, community sessions and poster- and demo sessions.

Keynote Speakers

axer.pngMarkus Axer

Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, Germany

Will talk about:

Polarized Light Imaging - The structural connectome goes microscopic

Yanchao BiYanchao Bi

Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

Will talk about:

The functional and neural architecture of object concepts

Claudia ClopathClaudia Clopath

Imperial College, London, United Kingdom

Will talk about:

Emergence of subnetworks in plastic recurrent networks

dayan.pngPeter Dayan

University College London, London, United Kingdom

Will talk about:

Neurocomputational Modeling in Psychiatry

glatard.pngTristan Glatard

McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Will talk about:

Web platforms for high-throughput neuroimaging analyses: state of the art and future directions

krichmar.pngJeffrey L. Krichmar

University of California Irvine, Irvine, United States

Will talk about:

Towards a modeling framework for the efficient creation, simulation and analysis of brain functions

Kriegeskorte.jpgNikolaus Kriegeskorte

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Will talk about:

Deep neural networks: a new framework for modelling brain information processing

Helen MaybergHelen Mayberg

Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Will talk about:

The evolving role for imaging in optimizing treatment for depression

Vinod MenonVinod Menon

Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford, California, United States

Will talk about:

Typical and atypical development of large-scale brain networks


peng.pngHanchuan Peng

Allen Institute for Brain Science, Seattle, United States

Will talk about:

Massive Scale Neuroinformatics

Jean-Baptiste PolineJean-Baptiste Poline

University of California Berkeley, Berkley, United States

Will talk about:

Moving grounds: The evolution of neuroinformatics, statistical, and sociological aspects and their interactions in brain imaging research

vanderHeuvel.pngMartijn van den Heuvel

University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, the Netherlands

Will talk about:

Integrative hubs in the connectome


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Thank you!

INCF would like to thank speakers, participants and sponsors for a great congress!

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