[Comp-neuro] Workshop: High Performance Computing in Neuroscience
ted.carnevale at yale.edu
Mon Sep 24 22:49:52 CEST 2018
Does your research involve computationally intensive tasks
such as large scale modeling or data analysis? Come to the
High Performance Computing Resources for Parallel Simulations
and Data Analysis: NSG and HPAC
to share your experience with others who are dealing with
similar challenges, and learn about resources that are
currently available and/or being developed that may help
accelerate your own research.
This workshop will be held on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 8:30 AM
to 12:30 PM at a location in downtown San Diego. Space is
limited, and the registration deadline is Friday, Oct. 12,
so you should act early. For the on-line registration form
The workshop will include a combination of short presentations
and discussions. Confirmed speakers and topics include:
"The Neuroscience Gateway"
Amit Majumdar, Subhashini Sivagnanam, Kenneth Yoshimoto, Ted Carnevale
"Research Activities at the Human Brain Project's
High Performance Analytics and Computing Platform"
"Human Neocortical Neurosolver: A New Modeling Platform
for Cellular and Circuit Level Interpretation of EEG/MEG"
Samuel A Neymotin, Dylan S Daniels, Noam Peled, Robert A McDougal,
Ted Carnevale, Christopher I Moore, Michael L Hines,
Matti Hamalainen, Stephanie R Jones
"Towards a Complete Description of the Hippocampal Circuitry
Underlying Sharp Wave-Mediated Memory Replay"
"Neuroanatomical models beyond the spatial resolution of MRI
require HPC: The Big Brain and fiber tracts"
Karl Zilles, Nicola Palomero-Gallagher and Katrin Amunts
"The Virtual Brain: personalized large-scale brain network modeling
and its applications"
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