[Comp-neuro] Call for papers - NIAMS'16
tolga at sci.utah.edu
Sun Apr 3 22:51:00 CEST 2016
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Call for papers
Workshop on Neuroscientifc Image Analysis at the Microscopic Scale (NIAMS'16)
The Workshop on Neuroscientific Image Analysis at the Microscopic Scale (https://sites.google.com/site/niams2016/ <https://sites.google.com/site/niams2016/>) will be held in conjunction with the MICCAI conference (http://www.miccai2016.org/en/ <http://www.miccai2016.org/en/>) on October 17, 2016 in Athens, Greece. Recent advances in labeling and microscopy techniques have revolutionized our ability to visualize neurons and synapses in living brain tissue. The quantitative analysis of vast amounts of imaging data has become a major bottleneck in neuroscience. This workshop focuses on current challenges in processing and analysis of microscopic images in neuroscience. We invite contributions ranging from novel algorithmic strategies in biomedical image processing to specific examples and solutions to key problems in neuroscience research, including: automatic detection, segmentation, tracking, reconstruction, shape analysis, and modeling of spines, dendrites, and neurons in confocal, two photon, super resolution, and electron microscopy data. We will accept the submission of full papers (8pages, LNCS style), which will be reviewed by the program committee consisting of the organizers and the advisory board. The deadline for paper submission is June 24, 2016. The highest quality papers will be selected for (oral and/or poster) presentation. We plan to publish hardcopy proceedings in Springer LNCS. In addition, we intend to organize a special issue in one of the top journals in the field where extended versions of the selected invited papers of the workshop will be published.
Paper submission: June 24, 2016
Notification of acceptance: July 22, 2016
Workshop: October 17, 2016
Tolga Tasdizen, University of Utah
Devrim Unay, İzmir University of Economics
Inbal Israely, Champalimaud Foundation
Valentin Nagerl, University of Bordeaux / CNRS
If you have any questions, please contact Tolga Tasdizen (tolga at sci.utah.edu <mailto:tolga at sci.utah.edu>)
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