Welcome to the German Neuroinformatics Node
The global scale of neuroinformatics offers unprecedented opportunities for scientific collaborations between and among experimental and theoretical neuroscientists. To fully harvest these possibilities, coordinated activities are required to improve key ingredients of neuroscience: data access, data storage, and data analysis, together with supporting activities for teaching and training.
Focusing on the development and free distribution of tools for handling and analyzing neurophysiological data, G-Node aims at addressing these aspects as part of the International Neuroinformatics Coordination Facility (INCF) and the German Bernstein Network for Computational Neuroscience (NNCN). G-Node also serves as an international forum for Computational Neuroscientists that are interested in sharing experimental data and tools for data analysis and modeling. G-Node is funded through the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and hosted by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.
Bernstein Conference 2013 - Call for Abstracts
Deadline of abstract submission: May 31, 2013
The Bernstein Conference on Computational Neuroscience has become the largest European Conference in Computational Neuroscience. This year, the Conference is organized by the Bernstein Center Tuebingen and will take place September 25-27, 2013. In addition, there will be a series of pre-conference workshops on September 24-25, 2013. The Bernstein Conference is a single-track conference, covering all aspects of Computational Neuroscience and Neurotechnology, and sessions for poster presentations are an integral part of the conference. We now invite the submission of abstracts for poster presentations from all relevant areas. Due to space limitations we will accept 250 abstracts for posters which will be presented in two sessions on Wednesday and Thursday evening. Additionally, a small number of abstracts will be selected for contributed talks. Accepted abstracts will be published online and will be citable via Digital Object Identifiers (DOI). This year the Bernstein conference will feature, for the first time, a series of pre-conference workshops on September 24-25, 2013. The goal is to provide an informal forum for the discussion of timely research questions and challenges. Controversial issues, open problems, and comparisons of competing approaches are encouraged.more