[Comp-neuro] Information theory workshop at CNS*2019 -- call for contributed talks
kostal at biomed.cas.cz
Sun May 12 17:50:47 CEST 2019
We are pleased to announce that the Workshop on Methods of
Information Theory in Computational Neuroscience will be
held once again at CNS*2019, Barcelona, Spain.
The workshop will be held over the final two days of the
main conference, July 16 and 17.
Our confirmed invited speakers include the following
(schedule available soon):
* Julijana Gjorgjieva, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt
* Takyua Isomura, RIKEN Center for Brain Science
* Renaud Jolivet, University of Geneva
* Lubomir Kostal, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
* David Kappel, Georg-August University, Goettingen
* Wiktor Mlynarski, Institute of Science and Technology Austria, Vienna
* Adria Tauste, BarcelonaBeta Brain Research Center
* Raoul Vicente, Institute of Computer Science, University of Tartu
* Michael Wibral, Georg-August University, Goettingen
Also, we would like to call for contributions of talks (25
min + 5 min Q&A). If you are interested in contributing such
a talk, please send a title and abstract to Lubomir Kostal
(kostal at biomed.cas.cz) by Friday May 31, 2019. Earlier
submissions will be prioritised.
Please see our website
(http://www.biomed.cas.cz/~kostal/CNS2019-ITW/) for more
We hope you will join us there!
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