TCN 2016


Goal
The goal of this workshop is to bring together the different Toronto actors in computational neuroscience research or at its interface to share their work and to discuss challenges in the field.   The research themes will emphasize brain oscillations, neural coding and the dynamics of neurobiological disorders.  It is hoped that this workshop will raise awareness of what those in this research community are doing in order to catalyze the development of new collaborations, and research directions. During this two-day workshop, participants will present a short talk discussing their labs’ research foci and challenges relevant to the computational neuroscience field. ‘Experimentalists’ will be encouraged to present their latest data and how they perceive computational approaches that could support their current research.  Likewise, ‘modellers’ will be encouraged to present how their work connects with clinical/experimental inquiries in neuroscience. Through this process we believe this workshop will allow local groups to hear about the ongoing projects in the Toronto area, and simultaneously to get a chance to share their own vision and perspective with the community. 
Update!

  • A preliminary schedule is now available here.  
Important Dates

  • Last date for the registration: Feb 15th, 2016
  • Workshop : March 7th and 8th, 2016