[Comp-neuro] Workshop on Dynamical Olfaction, 30-06 to 02-07-2010, Brighton, UK

Thomas Nowotny T.Nowotny at sussex.ac.uk
Mon May 10 09:18:04 CEST 2010

Dear all,
we have still a few places available on our

Workshop on Dynamical Olfaction
30 June to 2 July in Brighton, UK

the registration is free of charge and will remain open until close to the 
workshop or until fully booked. Please do register early to secure 
participation (and help us plan catering) at


Workshop outline:
Animals are able to experience complexly structured plumes of
different combinations of chemicals as individual olfactory percepts.
It appears that the olfactory system utilizes rich temporal dynamics
to achieve this goal but exactly how is still an open challenge for
modern neuroscience. In the last few years rapid progress has been
made in our understanding of olfactory information processing. In this
focused workshop on Dynamical Olfaction we will share recent
developments, both experimental and theoretical, between the active
researchers in the field. Confirmed keynote speakers include

Maxim Bazhenov, University of California Riverside, USA
C. Giovanni Galizia, University of Konstanz, Germany
Peter Kloppenburg, University of Koeln, Germany
Hong Lei, The University of Arizona, USA
Johannes Reisert, Monell Chemical Senses Center, USA
Brian H. Smith, Arizona State University, USA Mark Stopfer, National Institutes 
of Health, USA
Mark Stopfer, National Institutes of Health, USA Stephen Trowell, CSIRO, 
Massimo Vergassola, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France
Jan Wessnitzer, University of Edinburgh, UK

The programme committee is formed by
Jean-Pierre Rospars, INRA Versailles
Dominique Martinez, LORIA Nancy & INRA Versailles
Thomas Nowotny, University of Sussex
Sylvia Anton, INRA Versailles

The workshop is financed by the BBSRC in the framework of the PheroSys
project, part of the ANR-BBSRC SysBio initiative. Registration IS FREE
OF CHARGE but mandatory for our planning.

Important Dates:
June 30, 2010: The workshop starts

Participation is limited to 100 participants. Contributors will have
preferential treatment over other participants.

To submit a late abstract (POSTERS ONLY), direct your browser to

To register, go to

Further information is available and will be updated regularly on the
workshop website

If you have additional questions, please contact the local organiser,
Chris Buckley at C.L.Buckley at sussex.ac.uk .

The PheroSys programme committee

Dr. Thomas Nowotny
RCUK Academic Fellow					Phone: +44-1273-678593
CCNR, Informatics,					Fax:   +44-1273-877873
University of Sussex,
Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QJ	      http://sussex.ac.uk/informatics/tnowotny

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