CNS*2020 Online: Workshops Program

This is the list of online workshops to be held at CNS*2020. This page will be updated as more information becomes available. Please check back regularly for updates.

Workshops are either 1.5 days, 1 day, or 0.5 days long, and are distributed into three 0.5 day sessions:

For inquiries related to these workshops, please contact the workshop coordinator at [email protected], or the individual workshop organizers listed below.

List of workshops

1.5 days workshops

TitleOrganizersContactReferenceLocation
Methods of Information Theory in Computational Neuroscience

Joseph T. Lizier (Chair), Lubomir Kostal, Viola Priesemann, Justin Dauwels, Taro Toyoizumi, Michael Wibral, Adria Tauste

Joseph T. Lizier W1

TBA

Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Quantify and Model Calcium Signaling in Nervous Systems and Beyond

Maurizio De Pitta, Ivo Siekmann, Pengxing Cao

Maurizio De Pitta W2 TBA
Information-Theoretic Models in Psychology and Neuroscience

Dimitris Pinotsis, Randy Gallistel, Earl Miller

Dimitris Pinotsis W3 TBA
Tools and resources for developing and sharing models in computational neuroscience

Kael Dai, Salvador Dura-Bernal, Padraig Gleeson

Salvador Dura-Bernal W4 TBA
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1 day workshops

TitleOrganizersContactReferenceLocation
Spatiotemporal Dynamics in Neuroimaging: Models and Analysis

James Roberts, Paula Sanz-Leon

James Roberts W5 TBA
Open Data, Tools, and Models from the Allen Institute Supporting Systematic Computational Studies in Neuroscience

Anton Arkhipov, Saskia de Vries, Nuno da Costa

Anton Arkhipov W6 TBA
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Half day workshops

TitleOrganizersContactReferenceLocation
Dynamics of Rhythm Generation: Role of Ionic Pumps, Exchangers, and Ion Homeostasis

Gennady Cymbalyuk, Ron Calabrese

Gennady Cymbalyuk W7 TBA
Bio-inspired Computing for Miniaturization and Energy Efficiency

Brian H Smith, Maxim Bazhenov

Brian H Smith W8 TBA
Machine Learning and Mechanistic Modeling for Understanding Brain in Health and Disease

William W Lytton, Samuel Neymotin

Samuel Neymotin W9 TBA
Dissecting the role of interneurons in mnemonic functions using computational modelling approaches

Alexandra Tzilivaki, Spyridon Chavlis

Alexandra Tzilivaki W10 TBA
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