Olivier Grisel will discuss these questions at the “Entreprise Agile” Seminary on Oct 9th.
Nicolas Chauffert will defend his PhD thesis entitled “Compressed sensing along physically plausible trajectories in MRI” on Monday, Sept. 28th at 4PM.
Michael will defend his thesis entitled “Evaluating Computational Models of Vision with Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging” on Monday, September 21st at 10 am at Neurospin
Open-source Python software development for Neuroscience.
Please find some information here. This will make it possible to improve Nilearn greatly.
Thanks to Inria, telecom Paris NeuroSaclay for funding.
With the help of CDS.
Please see http://mloss.org/workshop/icml15/
Please see https://sites.google.com/site/stamlins2015/home.
The workshop is partly funded by the MetaMRI associate team.
Yannick will defend his PhD thesis entitled “Large-scale functional MRI analysis to
accumulate knowledge on brain functions.” at Neurospin on April 21st.
The committee will comprise:
- Tor D. Wager
- Finn A. Nielsen
- Yves Burnod
- Simon Eickhoff
- J.-B. Poline
- G. Varoquaux
- B. Thirion
We are pleased to invite you to the two-day workshop on NeuroImaging meta-analysis methods, that will be held at Neurospin, Saclay, France, on April 21-22. This workshop will be an opportunity to review current developments on data sharing in functional neuroimaging, the joint analysis of multiple neuroimaging datasets and machine learning tools dedicated to this aim. Registration is free but mandatory. Please see http://nimeta.sciencesconf.org/ for more information.
Exciting research projects –discovering OpenfMRI, the BrainPedia, Heroes and Audio/visual datasets– and improving our own tools (pypreprocess, Nilearn) + some outdoor activities whenever the weather permits.
Please find more details here.