On December 1-2, the 10th BrainModes conference took place in Brussels, in the beautiful and prestigious site of the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences. The BrainModes meetings explore innovative means of understanding complex brain activity and multimodal neuroscience data sets, with the objective to foster informal discussion of brain modeling and multivariate data analysis… Read more »
INCF invites applications for seed funding of collaborative brain research projects. The deadline for submission is no later than November 30, 2016. Projects must be completed within 2017. Seed funding grants should facilitate community work in collaborative brain research, promote the use of neuroinformatics solutions, and accelerate advances in understanding the brain and treating its illnesses.There… Read more »
Implantation of electrodes in the brain induces a state of neuroinflammation, which is thought to be detrimental for the neurons surrounding the electrode. Mechanisms of this type of neuroinflammation are still poorly understood. Recent experimental and theoretical results point to the role of diffusing species in this process. A recently published paper in Journal of Theoretical Biology considers… Read more »
Sumit Kumar Vohra completed successfully thee project Modular Machine Learning and Classification Toolbox for ImageJ supported by the Google Summer of Code. The code is accessible at the INCF repository at GitHub. Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a global program that offers students stipends to write code for open source projects. INCF applied as a mentoring organization in the Google Summer… Read more »
Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a global program that offers students stipends to write code for open source projects. INCF applied as a mentoring organization in the Google Summer of Code 2016. We are happy to announce that the Belgian INCF node participates with a project. More info can be found on the project page.
The Second Belgian Neuroinformatcis congress was featured in the recent newsletter by INCF. This was a great chance to profile Belgian INCF node activities worldwide. The INCF Belgian Node held the 2nd Belgian Neuroinformatics Congress on December 4. The congress met very enthusiastic reception from the Belgian Neuroscience community. Over 80 participants gathered in the building of a beautiful old… Read more »
The abstracts from the congress are published in Frontiers. To access the abstracts click here. We would like to thank our sponsors: FWO, Imec, and KU Leuven for making the event possible!
The congress met very enthusiastic reception from the Belgian Neuroscience community. Over 80 participants gathered in the building of a beautiful old Franciscan monastery which currently hosts the Irish College in Leuven. We had two distinguished keynote speakers – Pascal Fries from ESI Max Planck institute for neuroscience and Rainer Goebel from Maastricht University. Over… Read more »
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Final program 8:30-9:00: Welcome coffee and registration Morning session 9:00-9:15: Opening, Introductory remarks 9:15-10:00: Keynote lecture: Rainer Goebel – Revealing mesoscopic coding principles in the human brain using ultra-high magnetic field fMRI 10:00-10:30: Michele Giugliano, U Antwerp – Correlation transfer by cortical neurons 10:30-11:00: Ben Jeurissen, U Antwerp – Processing multi-shell diffusion MRI data using MRtrix3 11:00-11:30:… Read more »