SCiNDU is a leading forum for systems and computational neuroscientists to interact and share their insights into the function of neural circuits and systems.

Confirmed speakers:

Matilde Balbi (University of British Columbia / University of Queensland)
Tony Burkitt (Melbourne University)
Gwyneth Card (Janelia)
Kai-Hsiang Chuang (University of Queensland)
Barry Dickson (Janelia / University of Queensland)
Takao Hensch (Harvard, TBC)
Vinod Menon (Stanford University)
Lucy Palmer (Florey Institute)
Nicholas Price (Monash University)
Linda Richards (University of Queensland)
Tatyana Sharpee (Salk Institute)
Bruno van Swinderen (University of Queensland)
Stephen Williams (University of Queensland)

Abstract submissions for poster presentation are welcome, deadline Nov 15th 2019. Some submitted abstracts will be selected for oral presentation. Email your abstract to qbievents@uq.edu.au with subject line "SCiNDU Abstract". Include authors, affiliations and abstract body (body max 250 words). Word, PDF and plain text are all acceptable (abstracts will be reformatted for inclusion in the program book). 

Tutorials (Wednesday morning, running concurrently):
Tanya Sharpee: Maximally informative neural coding
Vinod Menon: Functional organization of the human brain: linking maps, circuits, dynamics and behavior

Earlybird registration costs:

Students: $175 ($225 after Nov 15th)
Regular: $400 ($450 after Nov 15th)
Tutorials: $50 additional

Register

Accommodation: 

Available on campus (5 min walk from QBI) at Emmanuel College. More details here.

Questions:

Prof Geoff Goodhill - g.goodhill@uq.edu.au
Jess McGaw - events@qbi.uq.edu.au 

SCiNDU gratefully acknowledges the support of the Queensland Brain Institute and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Integrative Brain Function.

 

Thank you to our sponsors

 

About Systems & Computational Neuroscience Down Under (SCiNDU)

SCiNDU is a leading forum for systems and computational neuroscientists to interact and share their insights into the function of neural circuits and systems.

Venue

Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland (St Lucia Campus)