Here we provide a listing of seminars that are of interest to KCNhub members and the wider computational neuroscience community

The Krembil Computational Neuroscience (KCN) Event Seminar Series

29 October, 2020 - 30 June, 2024 ONGOING
These approximately monthly KCN event seminars were started in 2017 by KCNhub PI members. The goal of these seminars is to bring together researchers and trainees at the Krembil and the wider community to discuss challenges in the fields of mathematical and computational neuroscience. Research talks and topics with a didactic style are encouraged. It is hoped that these events will raise awareness of recent advances in theoretical and computational neuroscience, catalyze the development of new collaborations and reveal new research directions. We hope that this KCN event seminar series will allow local groups to learn from both established and emerging leaders in the field and simultaneously to get a chance to share their own vision and perspective with the community. Recordings of some of the KCN event seminars are available on the KCNhub youtube channel.
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Seminar series of the Center for Mathematical Medicine (CMM) at the Fields Institute

01 July, 2020 - 30 June, 2024 ONGOING
Ongoing seminars since 2014-2015 at the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, Center for Mathematical Medicine (CMM)
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Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics Speaker Series

29 June, 2020 - 30 October, 2022
This monthly series is designed to highlight research topics, share knowledge and spark conversation among leading scientists and research institutions worldwide in the field of neuroinformatics, computational neuroscience and psychiatry.
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World Wide Neuro - online neuroscience seminars, as initiated by the Oxford Neurotheory Forum

17 March, 2020 - 30 September, 2023
NEUROSCIENCE SEMINARS ONLINE - 379 seminars since March 2020, more than 226 upcoming. Borne of the Oxford Neurotheory Forum, we are bringing seminars online, making them greener and accessible from anywhere on the planet. We invite researchers from anywhere to participate.
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Computational Neuroscience talks - an archive

Internet archive of computational neuroscience talks - a collection from Berkeley
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