[Comp-neuro] Single Units and Human iEEG Meeting - April 1-3, 2020 - Birmingham UK

MJ ter Wal m.j.terwal at bham.ac.uk
Mon Dec 2 17:41:04 CET 2019

Dear colleagues,

We are very happy to announce registration and abstract submissions are 
open for SUsHi 2020!

The Single Units and Human iEEG Meeting (SUsHi), taking place in 
Birmingham, UK, from 1st – 3rd April 2020, will bring together Cognitive 
Neuroscientists working with human single unit and/or LFP recordings.

The three day event will comprise of a small workshop followed by a 
two-day traditional conference, hosted at the University of Birmingham. 
SUsHi will bring together researchers who work with these rich and 
complex datasets, with the aim to discuss the appropriate methods for 
data analysis, hands-on training for researchers who are new to these 
methods, and a discussion of the latest scientific progress in the 
field. This three day event includes a spike sorting workshop for early 
career researchers (sold out), panel discussions, poster sessions and 
the chance to take part in a Method Challenge prior to the conference. 
We have exciting Keynote Presentations from Prof. Florian Mormann, Dr 
Leila Reddy, Dr Ueli Rutishauser and Prof. Rodrigo Quian Quiroga.

You can *register *here:

submit *abstracts *here:

and find out more about our *Method Challenge* here:


*Important deadlines:*
15th January – Abstract and Method Challenge Submissions
16th March – Registration

Kind regards,

Dr Simon Hanslmayr, Dr Bernhard Staresina and Dr Maria Wimber
SUsHi Organisers

SUsHi at contacts.bham.ac.uk

<mailto:SUsHi at contacts.bham.ac.uk>

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