Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience

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Gulf Coast Consortium for Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience

Leveraging computational power to better understand the mind through researchers empowered to share ideas, information and technology


The Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience (TCN) provides a mechanism and environment for interactions that potentially could generate novel projects of a significant scale outside of the reach of any one institution. From a research perspective, the TCN serves as a catalyst that attracts and unites those interested in theoretical or computational neuroscience, pools resources and expertise, and results in inter-institutional collaborations that compete for grants.

Interested in joining the TCN Consortium? Please contact Kresimir Josic, chair; Harel Shouval, vice chair; or Suzanne Tomlinson, GCC.


Upcoming Events:

Houston NeuroNex Theory Trainee Workshop

October 11, 2018
Baylor College of Medicine, first floor conference room,
Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute
1250 Moursund St., Houston, TX

The workshop will feature short talks by graduate students and postdocs working in computational and theoretical neuroscience with a focus on interactions between stimuli, neurons and behavior.  If  you would like to be considered to present a talk please provide a brief CV and abstract (300 words maximum) to camilal@bcm.edu.

Lunch will be provided. Registration is limited to 60 people. 

 

16th Annual Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience Conference
Friday, February 1, 2019
BioScience Research Collaborative, 6500 Main. St., Houston

This TCN conference engages researchers with interest and expertise in computational neuroscience to better understand the mind by sharing ideas, information and technology.  Confirmed speakers are John Cunningham, Associate Professor, Statistics, Columbia University;  Carina Curto, Associate Professor, Mathematics, Penn State University; Shaul Druckmann, Group Leader, Janelia Research Campus; and Surya Ganguli, Assistant Professor, Applied Physics, Stanford University.

On Thursday, January 31, 2019, TCN will co-sponsor a NeuroNex workshop devoted to developing methods for inferring interactions between neurons, stimuli, and behavior. More details will be available soon.


neurotheory.net is currently under construction.


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