CNS 2014 Québec City: Workshops


Registration:  Workshop registration will occur through the OCNS registration web site for CNS*2014.  All workshop participants, including speakers must register.


Two-day workshops (Wednesday and Thursday, July 30 and 31; 9 am- 5:30 pm)

Room 207 Cortical Oscillations: Computational models and dynamic mechanisms (Organizers: Horacio Rotstein and Mark Kramer)

Room 2103 Computational methods and modeling of Astrocyte physiology and Neuron-glia interactions (Organizers: Hugues Berry and Maurizio De Pitta)

Room 2101 Methods of Information Theory in Computational Neuroscience (Organizers: Alexander G. Dimitrov, Michael Gastpar, Conor Houghton, Aurel A. Lazar, Tatyana Sharpee and Simon Schultz)


Wednesday July 30 (9 am- 5:30 pm)

Room 2102B Running parallel simulations on HPC resources via the Neuroscience Gateway Portal (Organizers: Ted Carnevale and Amit Majumdar)

Room 2104B Resonance and Entrainment: From Dynamic Systems Theory to Targeted Brain Stimulation (Organizers: Flavio Frolich)

Room 2105 Methods of System Identification for Studying Information Processing in Sensory Systems (Organizers: Aurel A. Lazar and Mikko I. Juusola)

Room 2104A Dynamics of Disease States (Organizers: Jonathan E. Rubin and Stephan E Van Gils)

Wednesday, July 30 (6-8 pm)

Room 2101 Postdoc and student career strategy workshop (Organizer: Jorge Mejias)   


Thursday July 31 (9 am- 5:30 pm)

Room 2102B Sleep rhythms and memory Consolidation (Organizers: Maxim Bazhenov and Igor Timofeev)

Room 2104B Basal Ganglia: Structure, dynamics and function (Organizers: Arvind Kumar and Jeanette Hellgren Kotaleski)

Room 2105 Large-scale brain structure and dynamics (Organizers: Jorge F. Mejias and Xiao-Jing Wang)

Room 2104A Finite-size fluctuations in neural systems — from ion channels to networks (Organizers: Richard Naud, Tilo Schwalger, Moritz Deger)


Springer Computational Neuroscience Book Series

Some of the workshops may be published by the Springer Series in Computational Neuroscience. Workshop organizers interested in this mechanism should submit a book proposal to [email protected] and indicate in the workshop proposal their interest in publishing a book.


Rooms, AV equipment, snacks and beverages during breaks will be provided by OCNS to the workshop organizers.