[Comp-neuro] Workshop: High Performance Computing in Neuroscience

Carnevale, Nicholas 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
workshop on

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"
Alexander Peyser

"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"
Ivan Soltesz

"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"
Viktor Jirsa

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