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Reading is in a prime location in the South-East of England. There are excellent transport links to London so getting there is easy.

 

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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INCF Short Course

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INCF is offering a two-day course "Introduction to Neuroinformatics" by leading experts in the field.

31 August – 1 September
Reading, United Kingdom

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