Neuroimaging, Computational Neuroscience, and Neuroengineering Workshop
Charting new directions for research in fMRI, MEG/EEG, cognitive neuroscience, connectomics, spike train analysis, and neural coding
This workshop is aimed at addressing the following Grand Challenges of neuroengineering:
- Develop a comprehensive understanding of the role of different cell types in brain function.
- Unify our understanding of neural activity across multiple scales.
- Investigate the fundamental relationship between brain form and function.
- Design new devices, circuits, and systems capable of simulating brain activity and performing human-level pattern recognition.
Due to scheduling changes the workshop will end on Thursday, April 30.
Please see our update schedule.
April 27–30, 2015
The Pyle Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, Wisconsin, USA
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