CNS*2024 Natal: Program

The program for CNS*2024 is currently under preparation. Keep checking our website for latest updates. OCNS members will receive emails via our mailing list when further information is available.

A skeletal overview of the tentative program is provided below.

Saturday July 20th

08:00-19:00 Registration
09:00-17:20 Tutorials (see preliminary program below)
10:10-10:40 Coffee Break
12:10-14:00 Lunch Break
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
17:20-18:30 Keynote 1
18:30-19:30 Welcome Reception
(Free entry for all registrants)

Sunday July 21st

08:30-19:00 Registration
09:00-10:10 Keynote 2
10:10-10:40 Coffee Break
10:40-12:30 Oral session 1
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-15:30 Oral session 2
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-17:20 Oral Session 3
17:20-19:20 Poster Session 1

Monday July 22nd

08:30-18:00 Registration
09:00-10:10 Keynote 3
10:10-10:40 Coffee Break
10:40-12:30 Oral session 4
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-16:10 Oral session 5
16:10-16:40 Coffee Break
16:40-18:40 Poster Session 2
19:10 Conference Dinner

Tuesday July 23rd

08:30-18:00 Registration
09:00-12:30 Workshops (see preliminary program below)
10:20-10:50 Coffee Break
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-15:20 Keynote 4
15:20 Conference Photo
15:20-15:50 Coffee Break
15:50-16:50 Members Meeting
16:50-18:50 Poster Session 3
20:10 CNS Party

Wednesday July 24th

08:30-17:00 Registration
09:00-17:50 Workshops
10:20-10:50 Coffee Break
12:30-14:10 Lunch Break
15:20-15:50 Coffee Break

Accepted Tutorials

Salvador Dura-Bernal, William Lytton, Robert McDougal
Building mechanistic multiscale models using NEURON and NetPyNE to study brain function and disease
Charl Linssen, Joshua Boettcher, Jasper Albers, Iiro Ahokainen, Pooja Babu, Willem Wybo, Leander Ewert
From single-cell modeling to large-scale network dynamics with NEST Simulator
Pamela Illescas-Maldonaldo, Scott Rich, Alessandro Sanzemi
Modeling Cortical Networks Dynamics
Padraig Gleeson, Ankur Sinha, Boris Marin, Angus Silver
Standardised, data-driven computational modelling with NeuroML using Open Source Brian
Leonardo Abdala Elias, André Fabio Kohn, Renato Naville Watanabe, Ricardo Gonçalves Molinari
Understanding motor control through multiscale modeling of spinal cord neuronal circuits
Cecilia Jarne, Diego Vidaurre
Implementing the Gaussian-Linear Hidden Markov model (GLHMM), with a package in Python for brain data analysis
Moein Khajehnejad, Forough Habibollahi, Leonardo Novelli
Unraveling Dynamics and Connectivity from Spiking Time Series of In-Vitro Neuronal Cultures
Cengiz Gunay
Single cell signal processing and data analysis in Matlab
Anca Doloc-Mihu, Cengiz Gunay
Interactive Data Visualization Techniques
Christopher Kim
Training recurrent spiking neural networks to generate experimentally recorded neural activities

Accepted Workshops

Marie-Constance Corsi, Damien Depannemaecker, Leonardo L. Gollo, Spase Petkoski, Pierpaolo Sorrentino
Virtual Brains: From data to modeling and back
James Pang, Alex Fornito
Brain Modes: Uncovering fundamental dimensions of brain structure and function
César Rennó Costa, Rodrigo Wilkens
Advances in Natural Language Processing for Computational Neuroscience
Daniel Takahashi, Daniel Takahashi, Fred Wolf
Social Behavior: Evolution, Ecology, Neural Circuit
Ankur Sinha
Career development workshop
Maurizio De Pitta, Pamela Illescas-Maldonaldo, Patricio Orio
The structure-function binomial of cortical circuits across multiple scales
Antonio Roque, Riberao Preto, Christophe Pouzat, William Lytton
The Raw and the Cooked
Arnd Roth, Volker Steuber
Cerebellar learning and models of learning involving the cerebellum

Horacio G. Rotstein
Neuronal Oscillations: From Mechanisms to Computation

Petra Ritter, Simon Lagunas
Whole Brain Network Modeling for Clinical Application