[visionlist] COSYNE 2022: Registration; Travel grants

Tomas Hromadka tomas.hromadka at gmail.com
Wed Dec 15 18:34:34 -04 2021


Computational and Systems Neuroscience 2022 (Cosyne)


17 - 20 March 2022

Lisbon, Portugal


21 - 22 March 2022

Cascais, Portugal




   Online registration is now open.

   Travel grant submission is now open.

   Travel grant application deadlines

     *31 December 2021, 11.59PM PST (Undergraduate Travel Grant)*

      01 February 2022, 11.59PM PST (Other travel grants)




The annual Cosyne meeting provides an inclusive forum for the exchange of empirical and theoretical approaches to problems in systems neuroscience, in order to understand how neural systems function.

The MAIN MEETING is single-track. A set of invited talks is selected by the Executive Committee, and additional talks and posters are selected by the Program Committee, based on submitted abstracts. The WORKSHOPS feature in-depth discussion of current topics of interest, in a small group setting.

Cosyne topics include but are not limited to: neural basis of behavior, sensory and motor systems, circuitry, learning, neural coding, natural scene statistics, dendritic computation, neural basis of persistent activity, nonlinear receptive field mapping, representations of time and sequence, reward systems, decision-making, synaptic plasticity, map formation and plasticity, population coding, attention, neuromodulation, and computation with spiking networks.


                 TRAVEL GRANTS


Applications are now open for travel grants to attend the conference. Each awardee will receive at least $500 to help offset the costs of travel, registration, and accommodations. Larger grants may be available to those traveling from outside Europe. Special consideration is given to scientists who have not previously attended the meeting, under-represented minorities, students who are attending the meeting together with a mentor, undergraduate students, and authors of submitted Cosyne abstracts. We currently offer five travel grant programs for New Attendees, Presenters, Mentors, Undergraduates, and Childcare travel grants. For details on applying, see www.cosyne.org/travel-grants.


   Eugenia Chiappe (Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown)

   Albert Compte (IDIBAPS, Barcelona)

   Sandeep Robert Datta (Harvard Medical School)

   André Fenton (New York University)

   Kate Jeffery (University College London)

   Ann Hermundstad (Janelia Research Campus, HHMI)

   Michael A. Long (New York University)

   Christian Machens (Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown)

   Asya Rolls (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology)

   Susanne Schreiber (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

   Maryam Shanechi (University of Southern California)

   Scott Waddell (University of Oxford)

   Martha White (University of Alberta)


   General Chairs: Anne-Marie Oswald (U Pittsburgh) and Srdjan Ostojic (Ecole Normale Superieure Paris)

   Program Chairs: Laura Busse (LMU Munich) and Tim Vogels (IST Austria)

   Workshop Chairs: Anna Schapiro (U Penn) and Blake Richards (McGill)

   Tutorial Chair: Kanaka Rajan (Mount Sinai)

   DEIA Committee: Gabrielle Gutierrez (Columbia) and Stefano Recanatesi (U Washington)

   Undergraduate Travel Chairs: Angela Langdon (Princeton) and Sashank Pisupati (Princeton)

   Development Chair: Michael Long (NYU)

   Social Media Chair: Grace Lindsay (Columbia)

   Audio-Video Media Chair: Carlos Stein Brito (EPFL)

   Poster Design: Maja Bialon


   Laura Busse (U Munich)

   Tim Vogels (IST Austria)

   Athena Akrami (UCL)

   Omri Barak (Technion)

   Brice Bathellier (Paris)

   Bing Brunton (U Washington)

   Yoram Burak (Hebrew University)

   SueYeon Chung (Columbia)

   Christine Constantinople (NYU)

   Victor de Lafuente (UNAM Mexico)

   Jan Drugowitsch (Harvard)

   Alexander Ecker (Göttingen)

   Tatiana Engel (Cold Spring Harbor)

   Annegret Falkner (Princeton)

   Kevin Franks (Duke)

   Jens Kremkow (Berlin)

   Andrew Leifer (Princeton)

   Sukbin Lim (Shanghai)

   Scott Linderman (Stanford)

   Emilie Mace (MPI Neurobiology)

   Mackenzie Mathis (EPFL Lausanne)

   Ida Momennejad (Microsoft)

   Jill O'Reilly (Oxford)

   Il Memming Park (Stony Brook)

   Adrien Peyrache (McGill Montréal)

   Yiota Poirazi (FORCE)

   Nathalie Rochefort (Edinburgh)

   Cristina Savin (NYU)

   Daniela Vallentin (MPI Ornithology)

   Brad Wyble (Penn State)


   Stephanie Palmer (U Chicago)

   Zachary Mainen (Champalimaud)

   Alexandre Pouget (U Geneva)

   Anthony Zador (CSHL)


    meeting [at] cosyne.org


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