[Comp-neuro] Final CfP : Second French Conference on Computational Neurosciences (Neurocomp'08)

Emmanuel Dauce edauce at gmail.com
Mon May 26 22:08:51 CEST 2008


Submission to NEUROCOMP'08 will be over in few days!

The second French Conference on Computational Neurosciences will be held
from October 08th to October 11th in Marseille (France)
(see http://2008.neurocomp.fr). Computational Neuroscience is the study of
the mechanisms governing the processing of information in the nervous
system. This integrative, interdisciplinary approach needs the constructive
input from various fields such as neuroscience, information science,
statistical physics or robotics.

Submit your paper in the form of a summary (4 pages maximum) in electronic
format *before June 3, 2008* by using our submission server (see
http://2008.neurocomp.fr). It is of course possible to submit in english,
and remember that a vast majority of papers (and thus of talks and posters)
are likely be in english.

The scope of possible interventions is wide, ranging from realistic models
to more integrative levels. Following the conference, a separate review
process will take place to publish the most innovative papers in a special
issue of J. Physiol., Paris.

We encourage submissions from master students or undergraduates. It is
possible for students to be exempt from fees, insofar as they submit a job
as first author. Some scholarships will be awarded on the basis of the
quality of the work submitted.

Important dates:

-Paper submission deadline : June 3rd, 2008.
-Registration deadline : September 15th, 2008.
- Conference : Octobre 8-11, 2008

Preliminary program

- Main conference : Octobre 8-10, 2008
- Two workshop will take place on Saturday, October 11th:
- « Computational Vision » organized by Pascal Mamassian and Pierre
Kornprobst
- « Brain-machine interfaces (BMI) » organized by Marc Maier and Thomas
Brochier
- A conference open to the public on Saturday, October 11th by Pr. Yves
Fregnac

Invited speakers :

- Ad Aertsen (Freiburg, Allemagne)
- Gustavo Deco (Barcelona, Espagne)
- Gregor Schöner (Bochum, Allemagne)
- Andrew B. Schwartz (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)

Organizing committee :

(neurocomp08-orga at risc.cnrs.fr)

- Laurent Perrinet, INCM, Marseille,
- Emmanuel Daucé, ISM, Marseille,
- Joëlle Forestier, INCM, Marseille,
- Alexa Riehle, INCM, Marseille
- Guillaume Masson, INCM, Marseille
- Jean-Luc Blanc, LNIA, Marseille
- Bruno Torresani, LATP, CMI, Marseille
- Viktor Jirsa, ISM, Marseille

Program Chair :

- Frédéric Alexandre, DR INRIA, Nancy, Inria, projet Cortex,
- Nicolas Brunel, DR CNRS, Paris, Laboratoire de Neurophysique et
Physiologie,
- Emmanuel Daucé, MdC, Marseille, UMR 6152 Institut des Sciences du
Mouvement,
- Alain Destexhe, DR CNRS, Unité de Neurosciences Intégratives et
Computationnelles,
- Jacques Droulez, DR CNRS, Paris, Collège de France Laboratoire de
Physiologie de la Perception et de l'action,
- Olivier Faugeras, DR INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, INRIA, Projet Odyssée,
- Yves Frégnac, DR CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette, Unité de Neurosciences Intégratives
et Computationnelle,
- Line Garnero, DR CNRS, CNRS UPR 640, Laboratoire de Neurosciences
Cognitives et Imagerie Cérébrale,
- Rémi Gervais, Professeur, Lyon 1, Laboratoire Neurosciences Sensorielles
Comportement Cognition, UMR 5020,
- Marc Maier, Professeur,UMR 742, Inserm/UPMC Action Neuroimage
Modélisation,
- Pascal Mamassian, DR CNRS, FRE 2929, Laboratoire Psychologie de la
Perception,
- Guillaume Masson, DR CNRS, CNRS, Institut de Neurosciences Cognitives de
la Méditerranée,
- Hélène Paugam-Moisy, Professeur, Lyon 2, LIRIS, UMR 5201, Modélisation et
découverte de connaissances,
- Jean-Baptiste Poline, chercheur, CEA, Département de Recherche Médicale -
CEA - DSV, Service Hospitalier Frédéric Joliot,
- Mathias Quoy, Professeur, Cergy-Pontoise, ENSEA-UCP, UMR 8051 Traitement
des Images et du Signal,
- Manuel Samuelides, Professeur, Toulouse, ONERA/DTIM, Modèles
Mathématiques, Statistiques et Numériques,
- Simon Thorpe, DR CNRS, Toulouse, CERCO-UMR 5549, Centre de recherche
"Cerveau et Cognition",
- Thierry Viéville, DR INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, INRIA, Projet Odyssée,
- Sylvie Renaud, Professeur, Bordeaux, IMS

Please contact us (e-mail neurocomp08 at risc.cnrs.fr ) for any further
request.

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Emmanuel Daucé
Centrale Marseille/UMR 6233
+33 491 05 47 30 / +33 491 17 22 88
http://emmanuel.dauce.free.fr
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