[visionlist] Reminder: Mathematics of Neuroscience Symposium, Crete, Greece, 24-25th September 2022
Ruairidh McLennan Battleday
battleday at princeton.edu
Mon Jul 18 03:24:21 -04 2022
Just a reminder that there is under a week left to apply to present at the
Mathematics of Neuroscience symposium to be held this year in September on
Crete, Greece. We have a great list of confirmed speakers and would love to
hear from you too.
Deadline for submission is the 23rd of July.
Symposium on the Mathematics of Neuroscience. Crete, Greece, 24-25th
September 2022 (www.neuromonster.org).
Two decades into the 21st century, can we claim to be any closer to a
unified model of the brain? In this exploratory symposium, we invite
submissions for short talks and posters presenting general mathematical
models of brain function. We give priority to those models that account for
brain or behavioural data, or provide simulations to that effect.
This year’s theme is life-long learning and discovery.
Professor Peter Dayan (Director, Department of Computational Neuroscience,
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen)
“Learning from scratch: Non-parametric models of task acquisition over the
Professor Andrew Adamatzky (Director, Unconventional Computing Laboratory,
University of the West of England)
Professor Dan V. Nicolau (King’s College London)
Dr Ruairidh McLennan Battleday (Princeton University)
Professor Michael Levin (TUFTS)
Professor Kobi Kremnitzer (University of Oxford)
Professor Marc Howard (Boston University)
Professor Kevin Burrage (Queensland University of Technology)
Professor Carina Curto (Penn State)
Professor Rahul Bhui (MIT)
Dr Jonathan Mason (University of Oxford)
Dr James Whittington (University of Oxford / Stanford)
Dr Ilia Sucholutsky (Princeton University)
Dr Sophia Sanborn (UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara, University of British
Dr Christina Merrick (UC San Francisco)
Dr Timothy Muller (UCL)
Dr Kamila Maria Jóźwik (University of Cambridge)
Dr Chris Hillar (Awecom, Inc)
Dr Aenne Brielmann (Max Planck Institute, Tübingen)
Andrew Ligeralde (Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, University
of California, Berkeley)
The symposium will be held virtually or in-person on the island of Crete,
Greece from the 24-25th of September 2022 (www.neuromonster.org).
Submission is by 250-word abstract before the 23rd July 2022, emailed to
the organizers Professor Dan V. Nicolau Jr (dan.nicolau at kcl.ac.uk) and Dr
Ruairidh M. Battleday (battleday at princeton.edu).
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