[visionlist] Call for paper: session "information, neuroscience and cognition" of the conference "Geometric Science of information" 2019

Pierre Baudot pierre.baudot at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 09:51:40 -05 2019


Dear all,

Following FGSI’19 <https://fgsi2019.sciencesconf.org/> (4-6 Feb 2019
Montpellier, France), TGSI2017 <http://forum.cs-dc.org/category/94/tgsi2017>
 (CIRM), GSI2017 <https://www.see.asso.fr/en/gsi2017>, GSI2015
<https://www.see.asso.fr/en/gsi2015> and GSI2013
<https://www.see.asso.fr/gsi2013>, a call for paper of the session
*"information,
neuroscience and cognition"* of the conference "Geometric Science of
information" 2019 <https://www.see.asso.fr/en/GSI2019> (Toulouse, france
27-29th august 2019) is open. The conference will notably host the key-note
presentation of Karl Friston an Gabriel Peyre. All information on:

https://www.see.asso.fr/en/GSI2019

The disciplines of probability-information theory and of
cognition-neuroscience have been intertwined from their early birth to
their current development in neural coding and machine learning.  This
session will focus on the geometrical and topological structures arising
from probabilistic, statistical physic and information theoretic
decompositions and quantifications of neural and cognitive quantitative and
qualitative measures. Other sessions are dedicated to the state of the art
of the geometrical and topological approaches of neural networks,
computational data science, robotics...

          Submission dates: Deadline for 8 pages SPRINGER LNCS format: 18th
of February 2019

                                        Notification of acceptance: 22nd of
April 2019

                                        Final paper submission: 15th of
June 2019

The chairs of the session

Pierre Baudot (and to be announced)

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Pierre Baudot, PhD
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Data Scientist Researcher - Median Technologies
Phone: +33 / 6.19.39.1.39
web:   https://sites.google.com/view/pierrebaudot/menu
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