[Comp-neuro] Call for "python in neuroscience" workshop

Romain Brette romain.brette at ens.fr
Wed Jun 1 11:26:17 CEST 2011

Hi everyone,

I am forwarding this announcement for the Python in Neuroscience 
workshop in Paris - extended deadline!

Best regards,
Romain Brette

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Python in Neuroscience satellite workshop of the 
Euroscipy conference, I am pleased to invite all interested contributors 
to submit an abstract to the workshop, that will take place at Paris, 
Ecole Normale Supérieure, on August 29-30, 2011.
The deadline for submission has been extended to *June 8th, 2011*.

Contributions on the following topics are welcome:
     * tools for neural simulation,
     * electrophysiology data analysis,
     * data management and databasing in neuroimaging and neuroscience,
     * stimulus generation
     * neuroimaging data processing
     * workflows and pipelines for data processing
     * massive computation facilities for simulation and data analysis 
in neuroscience
     * visualization tools in neuroscience and neuroimaging

We are soliciting contributions that deal with the above topics using 
Python tools, including research projects and software presentations, 
with the hope of interesting a broader community, including e.g. 
neuroscience and neuroimaging.

Submission guidelines
     * We solicit talk proposals in the form of a one-page long abstract.
     * The only condition for acceptance is that the abstract fits well 
with the workshop theme.
     * Oral and poster presentations will be allocated depending on the 
number of contributions.

The deadline for submission has been extended to June 8th, 2011.

Please go to http://pythonneuro.sciencesconf.org/ to submit your 
application online.

If you have questions, please contact the workshop organizers at 
pythonneuro at sciencesconf.org


Bertrand Thirion

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