Submissions for micro-talk now open!
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Deadline: 31st of May at 23:59 (GMT+2)
The International Conference on Mathematical Neuroscience (ICMNS) is an
inter-disciplinary conference series, bringing together theoretical/computational neuroscientists and mathematicians. The conferences are aimed at scientists interested in using or developing mathematical techniques for neuroscience problems.
This is the 3rd Digital Edition of ICMNS. The conference will take place online from 6th to 8th of July 2022. Registered participants will receive links to join the meeting in a booklet, which we plan to circulate a few hours prior to the conference.
ICMNS 2022 will happen on Zoom, where all participants will able to attend talks and hold discussions in breakout rooms. ICMNS 2022 will also be broadcasted live on our ICMNS YouTube channel , where we will also upload all talks after the conference. Please subscribe to our channel to receive updates.
The conference is free of charge, but the programme and Zoom links to attend the event will only be sent to members of the ICMNS Digital mailing list.
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- Danielle Bassett (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
- Sue Ann Campbell (University of Waterloo, Canada)
- Thomas Serre (Brown University, USA)
There will be 6 minisymposium sessions, covering a broad set of topics in mathematical neuroscience. Each minisymposium is comprised of 4 talks, 3 of which will be given by early career researchers.
- Stochastic models for neuronal activity,
Organiser: Laura Sacerdote (University of Turin, Italy)
- Patterns and Rhythms in Balanced Neural Networks,
Organiser: James MacLaurin (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA)
- Metastable dynamics in neural circuits,
Organiser: Tilo Schwalger (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)
- Learning (and compressing) stochastic sequences of events,
Organiser: Antonio Galves (Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil)
- Nonlinear PDEs of Fokker–Planck type in neuroscience,
Organisers: Pierre Jules Abel Roux (University of Oxford, UK) and Susanne Solem (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
- Dynamical systems for neurological disorders,
Organisers: Christoffer Alexandersen (University of Oxford, UK) and Louisiane Lemaire (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany)
Micro-talk sessions are one-hour sessions consisting of a sequence of very short introductions (2 minutes, 1 slide) by the presenters to their research, followed by an opportunity to chat with individual presenters about their research in breakout rooms.
You are invited to contribute a Micro-talk which is a one slide, PDF presentation to the whole audience. Submissions are sent using this link, and have a deadline on the 31st of May at 23:59 (GMT+2).
- Daniele Avitabile (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Inria MathNeuro Team, Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée, France)
- Áine Byrne (University College Dublin, Ireland)
- Massimiliano Tamborrino (The Universituy of Warwick, UK)
- Etienne Tanré (Inria Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée, France)
- Stephen Coombes (University of Nottingam, UK)
- Antonio Galves (Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil)
- Zack Kilpatrick (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)
- Eva Löcherbach (Université Paris 1, France)
- Patricia Reynaud-Bouret (Université Côte d'Azur, France)
- Wilhelm Stannat (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)