[Comp-neuro] Symposium announcement (IEEE): Adelaide, Australia, Dec 6-9 2011

Mark McDonnell Mark.McDonnell at unisa.edu.au
Wed Jul 20 09:19:51 CEST 2011


Dear Colleagues,

This is the second call for papers for a Symposium on Biomimetic Sensors and Biological Information Processing, within an IEEE sponsored conference, ISSNIP 2011 (http://www.issnip.org/~issnip2011/)

August 11th is the due date for submission of full papers (up to 6 pages) for peer review, electronically through the EDAS system http://edas.info/N10679. Accepted papers will by published by IEEE Press and appear on IEEE Xplore. Submitted manuscripts must be original material not currently under review in another conference or journal.  Author guidelines are available on the conference website.

Symposium Topics: Based on the ISSNIP theme of biomimetic sensors, but also targeted more broadly at modellers of biological sensing and neuronal information processing, this symposium will bring together researchers from
around the world to discuss and exchange ideas on recent advances and future directions on:

• models of mechanisms of neurobiological sensing and processing;
• biomimetic and neuromorphic applications based on such models.

The scope of the Symposium on Biomimetic Sensors and Biological Information Processing includes, but is not restricted to:

-biomimetic sensors (e.g. vision, electronic noses);
-neuromorphic engineering;
-biomimetic computation applied to sensor systems;
-computational modelling of sensory neural systems; theories of neuronal computation;
-mean field models of neuronal information processing;
-role of brain dynamics in processing;
-systems neuroscience;
-relationship of structural networks to functional networks in the brain;
-application of networks science in connectomics research.

See http://www.issnip.org/~issnip2011/symposia.htm#biomim for more information.

The ISSNIP conference is an annual forum for sensor network research looking for contributions on recent advances in both theory and applications of intelligent sensors and smart systems in diverse areas ranging from manufacturing and defence to medical science and environmental monitoring. The conference will be held in Adelaide, Australia during the 6th-9th of December 2011.

Important Dates:
• Paper Submission: August 10, 2011
• Acceptance Notification: Sep 15, 2011
• Final Paper Submission: Sep 30, 2011
• Conference Dates: Dec 6-9, 2011

Regards

Mark McDonnell and Jonathan Manton (Co-chairs)

Dr Mark McDonnell, University of South Australia, Australia
Institute for Telecommunications Research
Email: mark.mcdonnell at unisa.edu.au<mailto:mark.mcdonnell at unisa.edu.au>

Prof Jonathan Manton, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Email: jmanton at unimelb.edu.au<mailto:jmanton at unimelb.edu.au>
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