BrainModes Conference and DCAMM Course
|Organizers:||Jens Starke (Technical University of Denmark)|
|Andreas Daffertshofer (VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands)|
|Michael Breakspear (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia)|
|Petra Ritter (Charite and Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Berlin, Germany)|
The BrainModes meeting is an annual meeting which seeks to explore innovative means of understanding complex brain activity and multimodal neuroscience data sets. The inaugural BrainModes meeting was held in Berlin in 2007, followed by Amsterdam in 2008, Bristol in 2009. The objective of these meetings is to foster informal discussion of brain modeling and multivariate data analysis (EEG, MEG, fMRI, etc). The central motif is that of "modes" – that is, understanding how complex brain activity is organized around low dimensional manifolds. The IVth event in this tradition will take place in December 2010 at the Technical University of Denmark in Lyngby (north Copenhagen).
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Matematiktorvet, Building 303 N, Lecture Hall 49
DK-2800 Kongens Lyngby
Please find directions under:
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|Students (incl. PhD students)||100,- EUR||150,- EUR|
|Regular (non-industrial participants)||200,- EUR||250,- EUR|
|Industry||300,- EUR||350,- EUR|
The fees cover access to the scientific sessions,
coffee breaks and one dinner.
The fee is to be paid in advance by registration. Students are asked to present their student ID upon arrival.
Cancellation is possible until November 9, 2010 by email (info [at] brainmodes.org).
The easiest way of booking an accommodation is via the
Copenhagen Webpage or via any other hotel search engine.
We recommend to make reservations for accommodation as soon as possible,
because Copenhagen is a highly frequented tourist and conference city.
c/o Jens Starke
Technical University of Denmark
Department of Mathematics
Matematiktorvet, Bdg. 303 S
D-2800 Kongens Lyngby
Fax: +45 4588 1399
e-mail: info [at] brainmodes.org
We recommend to make reservations for accommodation as soon as possible, because Copenhagen is a highly frequented tourist and conference city.
DCAMM (Danish Center for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics) Technical University of Denmark, Department of Mathematics Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft