Location: Jeanne de Flandre 1, Lille Grand PalaisThe workshop is co-located with the International conference on Machine Learning (ICML). Please see http://icml.cc/2015/ for more information.
Date/Time: June 10, 2015, 08:30 - 18:00
In the last decade, machine learning has had a growing influence on neuroimaging data handling and analysis, making it an ubiquitous component of all kinds of data analysis procedures and software. While it is clear that machine learning has the potential to revolutionize both scientific discovery and clinical diagnosis applications, continued progress requires close collaboration between statisticians, machine learning practitioners and neuroscientists. Our workshop goals are to highlight best practices, disseminate the state of the art in high dimensional methods and related tools with a focus on application to neuroimaging data analysis, and to facilitate discussions to identify the key open problems and opportunities for machine learning in neuroscience.
Morten Mørup (Technical University of Denmark)
Alexandre Gramfort (Telecom ParisTech, CNRS LTCI)