CNS*2022 Melbourne: Workshops

This is the list of workshops to be held at CNS*2022. This page will be updated as more information becomes available. Please check back regularly for updates.

Workshops are either 1.5 day, 1 day, or 0.5 days long, and are distributed into four 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. More programs can be found here.

Two 30-min coffee breaks per day during the workshops are scheduled: 10:30-11:00 and 15:30-16:00.

List of workshops

1.5-days workshops

TitleOrganizersContactTimeLocation
Emergent perspectives and models for neuron-glia interactions

Maurizio de Pitta

Maurizio de Pitta Tuesday afternoon and all day Wednesday

 

Methods on information theory in computational neuroscience Joseph Lizier Joseph Lizier Tuesday afternoon and all day Wednesday  

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1-day workshops

TitleOrganizersContactTimeLocation
Bio-inspired active AI

Thomas Nowotny

Thomas Nowotny Wednesday
Graph modeling of macroscopic brain functional activity dynamics Parul Verma  Parul Verma  Wednesday  

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Half day workshops

TitleOrganizersContactTimeLocation
Highly comparative analysis of neural dynamics

Ben D Fulcher

Ben D Fulcher Tuesday afternoon  
White matter, axons, and the role of delays – modeling axonal transmission Thomas R. Knösche Thomas R. Knösche Tuesday afternoon  

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Schedule


Session 1: Tuesday, 19th July afternoon session

Emergent perspectives and models for neuron-glia interactions   Methods on information theory in computational neuroscience  Highly comparative analysis of neural dynamics White matter, axons, and the role of delays – modeling axonal transmission 

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Session 2: Wednesday, 20th July morning session

Emergent perspectives and models for neuron-glia interactions  Methods on information theory in computational neuroscience  Bio-inspired active AI  Graph modeling of macroscopic brain functional activity dynamics 

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Session 3: Wednesday, 20th July afternoon session 

Emergent perspectives and models for neuron-glia interactions   Methods on information theory in computational neuroscience Bio-inspired active AI  Graph modeling of macroscopic brain functional activity dynamics 

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