Join us on May 21st for a one-day workshop gathering the French neuroinformatics community!
The management of large and heterogeneous data has become essential for researchers interested in modelling and data analysis in neuroscience. Furthermore, both funder mandates and the requirements of multicentre studies and other collaborations impose a need to share and reuse data produced in humans and animals.
Organised by the INCF French node, the aim of the workshop is to discuss the needs, solutions and resources available to participants for data management and sharing, then to identify the roadblocks to be lifted and to consider solutions.
- Bioinformatics for neuroscience
- Imaging microscopy
- Computer/data science solutions for neuroinformatics
Frédéric Barthélemy (Juelich Research Center), Olivier Coulon (INT, CNRS-Aix-Marseille Université), Andrew Davison (NeuroPSI, CNRS-Paris Saclay University), Stanley Durrleman (Inria/Institut du Cerveau – Aramis Lab / Centre de Neuroinformatique), Junji Ito (Juelich Research Center), Camille Maumet (Inria, Univ Rennes, CNRS, Inserm), Chris van der Togt (Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, Amsterdam)
Registration is free (but mandatory): http://neuroinfo.fr/#!/workshops/geant2019