Leveraging computational power to better understand the mind through researchers empowered to share ideas, information and technology
The Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience (TCN) Consortium 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.
Co-sponsored by the GCC Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience Consortium, this workshop will take place in the BioScience Research Collaborative, Room 280. Stay tuned for more info.Find out more »
Confirmed speakers include Anne Churchland, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; Ann Hermundstad, Janelia Research Campus; and Ken Miller, Columbia. Stay tuned for updates.Find out more »