[Eeglablist] Brain Connectivity Workshop @ UCSD, June 10-12, 2015

Scott Makeig smakeig at ucsd.edu
Thu Mar 19 15:41:14 PDT 2015

*14th International Workshop on Brain Connectivity*

The International Workshop on Brain Connectivity (WBC), to be held at the
University of California San Diego (June 10-12, 2015), will focus for the
first time primarily on the role of electrophysiological data in
understanding the fine temporal scale underlying brain network dynamics as
well as the mechanisms by which emergent dynamics originate from
multi-scale interactions between brain areas, brain activity frequencies
and timescales, and between brain activity and behavior.

The first day will be dedicated to Educational Course lectures, followed by
two days of half-day workshop sessions. The WBC will bring together leading
investigators in the fields of neuroimaging, cognitive and computational
neuroscience to discuss current and forthcoming challenges for brain
connectivity research based on electrophysiological data.

Its goals are to stimulate research students and scientists from diverse
backgrounds for research in topics related to electrophysiology and brain
connectivity, to promote larger international collaborations in these
fields, and to inform the neuroscience community about emerging methods,
and comprehensive theory and models for brain connectivity analysis, in
particular from electrophysiological recordings.

Registration Fees (USD)

Early Registration until April 7, 2015

Late Registration after April 7, 2015

Postdocs, Academics



Students (Graduate and undergraduate)



For more information and registration, visit

Scott Makeig, Research Scientist and Director, Swartz Center for
Computational Neuroscience, Institute for Neural Computation, University of
California San Diego, La Jolla CA 92093-0961, http://sccn.ucsd.edu/~scott
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