Information Technology Meets Brain Research - New Developments in Neuroinformatics
March 25, 2011, Göttingen, Germany
The German Neuroinformatics Node organizes a symposium at the 9th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society that will bring together experts from different fields of neuroscience where approaches from neuroinformatics have enabled addressing scientific questions that require the integration and analysis of large heterogeneous data sets. The speakers will not only present exciting new scientific findings, but will also address the information technology background that has made these results possible. Covering a wide range of subfields, the symposium will demonstrate how neuroinformatics can successfully facilitate progress in neuroscience research.
||Stuart Baker, Newcastle (UK)
MOTOR SYSTEM OSCILLATIONS: A CASE STUDY IN COMPLEXITY
||Rembrandt Bakker, Nijmegen (The Netherlands)
STRUCTURAL CONNECTIVITY AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
||Mark H. Ellisman, La Jolla, CA (USA)
BUILDING A BRAIN OF VISIBLE CELLS
||Jan Grewe, Martinsried (Germany)
WHAT CONTRAST DID YOU USE? - AUTOMATED HANDLING OF METADATA
||Gaute T. Einevoll, Aas (Norway)
WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM MULTIELECTRODE RECORDINGS?
|11:35||Henry Markram, Lausanne (Switzerland)
SIMULATION SCIENCE FOR NEUROSCIENCE