[Comp-neuro] NeuroEng 2014,
the 7th Australian Workshop on Computational Neuroscience
steven.wiederman at adelaide.edu.au
Wed Sep 25 06:06:33 CEST 2013
NeuroEng 2014, the 7th Australian Workshop on Computational Neuroscience
Date: 2-3 February, 2014
Venue: National Wine Centre of Australia, The University of Adelaide, South Australia
Bringing together computational neuroscientists and researchers at the interface between neuroscience and engineering
• Theoretical, Mathematical & Computational Neuroscience • Neuroimaging & Connectomics • EEG Analysis • Neural Modeling & Engineering • Neuromorphic Engineering • Neuroprosthetics & Brain Machine Interfaces • Neural Information Processing • Neuroinformatics • Cognitive Modeling
Professor Eric L. Schwartz, Boston University, USA
Professor Tobi Delbrück, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Professor Eric Warrant, Lund University, Sweden
The workshop is a satellite of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society to be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre (Jan 28-31).
Abstract submission deadline, 1 November 2013. Register for the workshop online at www.neuroeng.org.au/neuroeng2014/ <http://www.neuroeng.org.au/neuroeng2014/>
The early bird period closes 12 December 2013.
A social function (day tour in an Adelaide wine region) will be held on Saturday 1st February and will conclude with a general welcome event in the evening. For more information about South Australia, visit www.southaustralia.com<http://www.southaustralia.com/>. The complimentary workshop dinner will be held at the National Wine Centre on Sunday 2nd February. The dinner will commence after the poster session that will follow the day’s oral presentations.
For enquiries, please contact: Dr Steven Wiederman
We thank our sponsors:
Adelaide Centre for Neuroscience Research, The University of Adelaide • Flinders University • South Australian Neuroscience Institute • The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education • University of South Australia • SDR Scientific
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