NETSCI 2019 SATELLITE (MAY 28, 2019, BURLINGTON, VT USA)
ABOUT ThE SaTELLITE
At its core, network science helps to uncover the relationships between elements in a complex system. The application of this approach has been instrumental in the investigation of various systems as disparate as social networks, biological systems, communication arrays, and transportation networks. Likewise, the field of neuroscience benefits from using a network science approach to understand the brain. The brain represents a complex system that is inherently multiscale and multivariate, and comprises a hierarchy defined by interconnectedness linking brain structure, function and cognition. The use of various methods, from multimodal imaging techniques to model simulations, has lent to discoveries that uncover brain processes at the macroscale, mesoscale and microscale. More importantly, topics including network topology, network dynamics, control theory, and computational modelling, strongly complement traditional neuroscientific studies. With the study of the brain at various scales, Network Neuroscience has emerged as a field encompassing multiple disciplines.
NETSCI 2020 SATELLITE (SEPTEMBER 17-20, 2020, VIRTUAL CONFERENCE)
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NetSci 2020 will be a fully online conference. The organizers for network neuroscience welcome you to participate in this year's satellite.
To register, visit: NetSci2020 Satellite Conference: Network Neuroscience
To submit an abstract for the satellite, please go to EasyChair. The submission deadline is July 10, 2020. We encourage you to submit your work.
The satellite conference is a FREE event, but participants still need to register (see EventBrite link above).
Registration through NetSci is also required, please see the NetSci Registration page for options.
Abstract submission deadline: July 10th, 2020
Communication of acceptance: July 18th, 2020
NetSci2020 conference early bird registration deadline: July 21th, 2020
Early Registration Ends: TBA
Late Registration Ends: TBA
School & Satellites: TBA
Main conference: TBA
This satellite is supported by Inria.