[Comp-neuro] Neuromatch 2.0 – an online unconference in neuroscience, May 25-27, 2020

Grace Lindsay gracewlindsay at gmail.com
Thu May 7 12:03:33 CEST 2020

Announcing Neuromatch 2.0 – an online unconference in neuroscience, May
25-27, 2020.

After a successful two-day conference in March, Neuromatch is back for
three days this May! This fully online computational neuroscience
conference will include invited and submitted talks, a virtual poster
session, panels, debates, group discussion, and “mind-matching” events. In
partnership with the IEEE Brain Initiative, one day of the conference will
focus on neural data analysis. In partnership with eLife, Neuromatch will
also feature talks and discussion with early career researchers.

Registration and talk/poster submissions are due May 20th. For instructions
on how to submit, please see: https://neuromatch.io/instructions/

For more information and to register for the conference, visit our site:

If you want to participate in the “mind-matching” or group discussion
events (where you’ll be algorithmically paired with other scientists based
on mutual research interests), don’t forget to include example abstracts so
we know your interests!

Confirmed Speakers:


   Eve Marder (Brandeis University)

   Jenny Bizley (UCL)

   Richard Naud (U of Ottawa)

   Yael Niv (Princeton)

   Jakob Macke (TU of Munich)

   Asya Rolls (Technion)

   Joseph Raimondo (U of Cape Town)

   Dan Yamins (Stanford)

   Demba Ba (Harvard)

   Ilana Witten (Princeton)

   Eugenia Chiappe (Champalimaud)

   Byron Yu (CMU)

   Adrienne Fairhall (U of Washington)

   Polina Anikeeva (MIT)


Neuromatch 2.0 organizers

Dan Goodman (Imperial)

Konrad Kording (UPenn)

Brad Wyble (Penn State)

Titipat Achakulvisut (UPenn)

Tim Vogels (Oxford)

Chris Rozell (Georgia Tech)

Yiota Poirazi (IMBB/FORTH)

Grace Lindsay (UCL)
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