We are excited to announce the 7th annual Big Data Neuroscience (BDN) workshop organized by the Advanced Computational Neuroscience Network. The BDN workshop brings together researchers in neuroscience, computer science, statistics, computer engineering, structural biology, neuroinformatics, and related disciplines.
The BDN workshop will be held in Austin, Texas, September 15-16, 2022.
The themes of the workshops will be on the following topics: (1) Data Governance and Infrastructure, (2) Measurements and Acquisition, (3) Advanced Analysis and Applications, (4) Software, Sharing and Publication, (5) Standards and Validation.
We have an exciting line-up of speakers spanning multiple disciplines of science and engineering:
James Carson (Kristen Harris’ NeuroNex, UT Austin), Dan Stanzione (TACC), Damian Eke (De Montfort University), Axel Brunger (Stanford University), Martin Paulus (Laureate Institute), Jason McLellan (UT Austin), Jingyu Liu (Georgia State), Jessica Church-Lang (UT Austin), Chen Yu (UT Austin), Angie Laird (Florida International University), Maryann Martone (University of California San Diego), Laura Colgin (The University of Texas at Austin), Franco Pestilli (UT Austin), Piotr Sliz (Harvard University), Yaroslav Halchenko (Dartmouth), Dora Hermes (Mayo Clinic), and David Kennedy (UMass Medical School).
In addition to science and engineering, the workshop will host a panel discussion on “Challenges and opportunities for international-scale infrastructure to advance data sharing and equity” with representatives from the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, Kavli Foundation, Nature Publishing Group, and Wellcome Trust.
You can register for the workshop using this form. The deadline is September 1st, 2022.
Call for Posters and Lightning Talks
You can submit your abstract here. The deadline is August 18, 2022.
A few travel scholarships for trainees with underrepresented backgrounds and diverse geographical locations are available. Use the abstract submission form to apply for a travel scholarship. The deadline is August 18, 2022.
Please visit www.neurosciencenetwork.org for more information.
Franco Pestilli, The University of Texas at Austin
Susanne Ressl, The University of Texas at Austin
Josiah Leong, University of Arkansas
Sharlene Newman, University of Alabama
Jessica Turner, Georgia State
Ivo Dinov, University of Michigan