[Comp-neuro] 10th Tamagawa-Riken Dynamic Brain Forum-DBF'07

Reinoud Maex reinoud at tnb.ua.ac.be
Sat Jun 3 11:52:18 CEST 2006


===========================CFP for DBF'07======================

The Second Announcement and Call for Papers           
  

10th Tamagawa-Riken Dynamic Brain Forum-DBF'07

5-9 March 2007
Hakuba Tokyu Hotel in Hakuba Village, Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Conference Framework:
The 10th Tamagawa-Riken Dynamic Brain Forum (DBF'07) will be held on  
March 5-9, 2007 at Hakuba Tokyu Hotel,
URL: http://www.tokyuhotel.co.jp/en/TR/TR_HAKUB/index.html in Hakuba  
Village, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. The Dynamic Brain Forum (DBF) is  
an annual international forum organized by the Tamagawa University  
Brain Science Research Center.  In 2007, the DBF will be co-sponsored  
by Riken Brain Institute, Integrative Brain Research Project,  
Japanese Neural Network Society, Aihara Complexity Modelling Project  
and by the 21st Century COE Programs in Tamagawa University, Kyushu  
Institute of Technology and Hokkaido University.

The theme of DBF'07 is Cortical Dynamics: Physiology, Theory and  
Applications. The forum is organized in several sessions focused on  
different aspects of the theme, with lectures in each session  
followed by a thematic discussion.  In addition, there will be poster  
presentations on newest results by the discussants and participants.   
Posters will be up during first two days of meeting, allowing  
comprehensive discussions by participants.

Preceding the forum, there also be two full days of Tutorial  
Programs, primarily oriented toward young researchers and Ph.D.  
students interested in the theory and applications of various kinds  
of dynamic brain function.  Tutorial presenters and topics will include,
Dr. S. Amari: Mathematical Theories of Dynamics of Neural Information  
Processing,
Dr. I. Tsuda: Chaotic dynamics reality in brain dynamics,
Dr. K. Doya: Neural implementation of reinforcement learning,
Dr. W. Freeman: Recent advances in high-resolution analysis of EEG  
and MEG,
Dr. A. Aertsen:  Cortical Network Dynamics - Precision in a Noisy  
Environment ?
Dr. G. L. Gerstein: Coding dynamics- (a) repeating firing patterns,  
(b) firing irregularity,
Dr. M. Abeles: Brain structure and neural-network architecture,



Application dates and Program schedule

* PDF-format is mandatory for all documments submitted.
* Other formats (Word, LATEX, etc) are never accepted.

31 Jul., 2006: Deadline for registration to attend Tutorials and/or DBF
31 Aug., 2006: Deadline for electronic submission of abstracts (less  
than 400 words, English)
01 Sep. - 30 Oct., 2006: Oral/poster/acceptance or rejection  
notification
31 Oct., 2006: Deadline for electronic submission of paper (4 pages  
on A4-size, English)
30 Nov., 2006: Electronic submission of final paper revisions.

04 - 06 Mar., 2007: Reception of Tutorials and/or DBF at Hakuba Tokyu  
Hotel
05 - 06 Mar., 2007: Tutorials
07 - Mar., 2007: DBF and poster presentations
07 - 08 Mar., 2007: Poster presentations
07 - 09 Mar., 2007: DBF meeting


Registration fee and Travel Grant
Tutorial: Free of charge
DBF: US$200(US$160 for your early bird registration by end of Jun.,  
2006) includes banquet fee.
Financial support: Max. US$1,500 travel cost is financially supported  
for excellent papers awarded by Program Committee, submitted by  
Graduate students and Post-docs.

Registration and further information
For registration or further information, please send e-mail to  
Secretary of the Organizing Committee.
Secretary: S. Nagayama: nagayama at lab.tamagawa.ac.jp
Address: Department of Intelligent Information Systems, Faculty of  
Engineering, Tamagawa University,
                6-1 Tamagawagakuen, Machida, Tokyo, 194-8160, Japan
And, also visit our web-site: "10th Tamagawa-Riken Dynamic Brain  
Forum - DBF'07"
URL:  http://www.tamagawa.ac.jp/sisetu/gakujutu/brain/dbf2007/index.html

Committee:
Advisory Committee,
Chairman: Shun-ichi Amari: Riken Brain Science Institute, Japan.
-Jun Tanji: Tamagawa University, Japan.
-Mitsuo Kawato: ATR, Japan.
-Takeshi Yamakawa: Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan.
-Walter Freeman, University of California at Berkeley, USA.

Organizing Committee,
Chairman: Minoru Tsukada: Tamagawa University, Japan.
Vice-Chairman: Ichiro Tsuda: Hokkaido University, Japan.
-Keiji Tanaka: Riken Brain Science Institute, Japan.
-Ad Aertsen: University of Freiburg, Germany.
-Aike Guo: Chinese Academy of Science, China.
- Fanji Gu: Fudan University, China.
-Gert Hauske: Munich University of Technology, Germany.
-Antonio Roque: University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
-Edger Koemer: HONDA R&D Europe, Germany.
- James Wright, Univ. of Auckland, NZ


Executive Committee,
Chairman: Masamichi Sakagami: Tamagawa University, Japan.
-Christph Schreiner: University of California, San Francisco, USA.
-Takeshi Kasai, Osaka Univ., Japan
-Hiroshi Fujii: Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan.
-Kenji Doya: Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan.
-Shuji Aou, Kyushu Institute of Tech, Japan
-Hiroshi Kojima: Tamagawa University, Japan.
-Takeshi Aihara: Tamagawa University, Japan.
-Yutaka Sakai: Tamagawa University, Japan.

Program Committee,
Chairman: Shigetoshi Nara: Okayama University, Japan
-Kazuyuki Aihara: University of Tokyo, Japan.
-Shozo Yasui: Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan.
-:Hatsuo Hayashi: Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan.
-Hiroyuki Ito: Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan.
-Tomoki Fukai: Riken Brain Science Institute, Japan.
-Guy Sandner, INSERM, Strasburg, France

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Prof. Dr. Minoru Tsukada

Department of Information & Communication Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering,
Tamagawa University
6-1-1, Tamagawagakuen, Machida, Tokyo 194-8610, Japan
Phone/Fax : +81-42-739-8430
E-mail : tsukada at eng.tamagawa.ac.jp
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