Neuroinformatics 2015

Suitable for:
brain researchers

Neuroinformatics 2015

20-22nd August 2015

Pullman Cairns International, Cairns


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Neuroinformatics 2015 comes to Cairns, Australia. Join us on August 20-22 for:

  • keynotes from top neuroscientists
  • workshops and poster/demo sessions
  • a one-day special session organised by the INCF Australia Node
Open to researchers in all fields related to neuroinformatics, including data- and knowledge-bases; tools for the acquisition, analysis, and visualization of nervous system data; and theoretical, computational, and simulation environments for modeling the brain.

This meeting is aimed at those who:

  • develop neuroscience tools and methods
  • work on better ways to handle neuroscience data
  • are looking to create new cross-disciplinary collaborations

There will be three days of presentations, workshops and demo- and poster sessions, held in a friendly and scientifically curious atmosphere.

Prior to the meeting, the INCF Training Committee is running a two-day course “Short introduction to neuroinformatics”, suitable for neuroscience researchers who want to learn more about neuroinformatics as well as informatics researchers who want to learn more about neuroscience. A prerequisite for attending the course is a basic knowledge of neuroscience.

Program Committee
Katrin Amunts, Research Centre Jülich/Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany (Chair)
Alan Evans, McGill University, Canada
Tianzi Jiang, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Hidetoshi Ikeno, University of Hyogo, Japan
Romain Brette, INSERM, France
Jeanette Hellgren-Kotaleski, Royal Institute of Technology/Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Gary Egan, Monash University, Australia
Mary Kennedy, California Institute of Technology, USA


Official satellite meeting to the 25th meeting of the International Society for Neurochemistry

Co-located with the meetings of the Australasian Neuroscience Society and the Asia-Pacific Society for Neurochemistry.

About INCF

The International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility, together with its 17 member countries, coordinates collaborative informatics infrastructure for neuroscience. It also manages scientific programs to develop standards for data sharing, analysis, modeling and simulation to catalyze insights into brain function in health and disease. Learn more about INCF.