[Comp-neuro] Abstract submission extension to the next 15th Granada Seminar on Stochastic and Collective Effects in Neural Systems

Prof. Dr. Joaquín J. Torres jtorres at ugr.es
Tue Jul 30 14:15:24 CEST 2019

Dear Computational Neuroscience community

This is a kind reminder that the deadline for abstract submission to 
the next
"15th Granada Seminar on Computational and Statistical Physics"  that 
will be held
in Granada Spain, next September 17-20, 2019 in the Science Faculty of 
the University of Granada, Spain,
has been extended to the next August 31th, 2019.

The Granada Seminar is a topical conference whose pedagogical power is 
especially channelled towards young researchers. In fact, one 
interesting aspect of this meeting is the opportunity given to young 
researchers to present their results and to discuss their problems with 
leading specialists.

The Granada Seminar is Organized by the "Institute Carlos I  for 
Theoretical and Computational Physics, University of Granada, and it is 
Sponsored by:

- Institute Carlos I, for theoretical and computational physics,  
University of Granada:
- European Physical Society

This year edition the main topic of the conference is "Stochastic and 
Collective Effects in Neural Systems" including Biological aspects, 
Modeling, Dynamics, Networks, Function and Applications.

The aim of this meeting is to bring together scientists interested in 
Neural Systems and their statistical and collective effects from real 
experiments, theoretical and computational models to applications.

Confirmed Main Speakers:

Roberto Barrio, Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain): Insect movement gaits: 
neuron model, CPG and patterns

Ginestra Bianconi, Queen Mary  University of London (UK)

Jesús Cortés, Ikerbasque (Spain)

Lucilla de Arcangelis, University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli" 

Jose Maria Delgado, Universidad Pablo de Olavide (Spain): Learning as a 
functional state of the brain

Andrea Gabrielli, Istituto dei Sistemi Complessi (Italy): Brain Network 
Topology Maps Schizophrenia Dysfunctional Substrates

Andre Longtin, University of Ottawa (Canada): Detecting and Learning in 
Noisy Neurons: From Dendrites to Spontaneous Movements

Joaquin Marro, Universidad de Granada (Spain):Is the Mind just an 
assembly of Phase Transitions?

Jorge F. Mejías, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Geza Odor MTA EK-MFA (Hungary)

Cyriel Pennartz, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands): Predictive 
representations and population coding in visual and multisensory systems

Dietmar Plenz, NIH National Institute of Mental Health (USA)

Ander Ramos, Tecnalia (Spain)

Alex Roxin, CRM Barcelona (Spain):A network model of place-cell 
turnover in CA1

Mavi Sánchez-Vives, Institut d'investigacions Biomèdiques (Spain)

Samir Suweis, Universita di Padova (Italy): Simple (but not too simple) 
models to investigate complex brain dynamics

Yuhai Tu, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center (USA): Optimal coding 
strategies in the periferal olfactory systems: Compressed sensing for an 
array of nonlinear olfactory receptor neurons with and without 
spontaneous activity

Pablo Varona, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Spain)

Pau Vilimelis Aceituno Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the 
Sciencies (Germany)

Marius Yamakou Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences 

People interested to attend the conference and present their 
contributions please follow the link below for further information:


Contributions to the conference will be invited to submit an original 
manuscript for a forthcomming "Special Issue on Emergent Effects in 
Stochastic Neural Networks with Application to Learning and Information 
Processing", in the Elsevier Journal "Neurocomputing"  (Impact Factor: 
4.072, being Q1 in the ISI JCR)

Prof. Dr. Joaquín J. Torres
Department of Electromagnetism
and Physics of the Matter.
Institute "Carlos I" for Theoretical
and Computational Physics.
University of Granada.

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