Mark your calendars for our Krembil Computational Neuroscience (KCN) Symposium on Oct 2-3

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Krembil Computational Neuroscience (KCN) Symposium (IN PERSON)

Mathematical bridges for the brain: Theory and practice in neural health and disease

October 2-3, 2023

The Symposium will last one and half days: Monday Oct 2 from 8:30 am - 5:30 pm, and Tuesday Oct 3 from 9 am - 1:30 pm, and will encompass Fundamental, Quantitative and Translational Aspects in the Computational Neuroscience field.   Onsite breakfast and coffee breaks will be provided, as well as lunch on the first day.


The goal of our KCN Symposium is to connect cellular and systems neuroscience with translational practices using fundamental and computational approaches.  To this end, we are hosting a panel of speakers that highlights the intersection of mathematics, engineering, clinical, and experimental neurosciences, providing insights into the latest computational methods for understanding brain pathophysiology.  At the same time, our Symposium aims to leverage multidisciplinary discussion and foster new opportunities for networking and synergistic interactions among participants.

Click here for more details.

NOTE:  The fourth edition of the Canadian Computational Neuroscience Spotlight (CCNSv4) has been coordinated to be a 'sibling' to this meeting - it will take place the same week (Oct 5-6).  This CCNS meeting continues an organizational Krembil2 collaboration and will once again take place entirely virtually using the Crowdcast platform. Further details on CCNSv4 can be found here.