[Comp-neuro] The Mathematics of Brain Dynamics - Birmingham 8th
Stephen.Coombes at nottingham.ac.uk
Mon Dec 16 16:30:30 CET 2013
This is the first announcement of a one-day meeting, "The Mathematics of Brain Dynamics", to be held in the School of Mathematics at the University of Birmingham on Tuesday 8th April 2014. The focus of the meeting will be on the important role that mathematics has to play in determining the functional roles of brain oscillations and rhythms.
The invited speakers include
Peter Ashwin, College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Exeter
Marc Goodfellow, School of Mathematics, University of Manchester
Jaroslav Hlinka, Department of Nonlinear Modeling, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Zoe Kourtzi, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham
John Terry, College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Exeter
Yulia Timofeeva, Centre for Complexity Science, Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick
Kyle Wedgwood, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham
This meeting will be supported by a Scheme 1 grant from the LMS who will provide some support for travel for research students. There will be a small registration fee of £10 and further details on how to register will be sent in the new year. They will also appear, along with further details, on the webpage
Wishing you a very happy Christmas and hope to see you in Birmingham in the new year
Dr Rachel Nicks
Lecturer in Mathematics
School of Mathematics
University of Birmingham, UK
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