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4th AINI 2016 and 14th INCF Nodes Workshop, RIKEN Wako, May 28, 2016

It is our great pleasure to announce joint organization of the two international workshops, 4th INCF Japan Node International Workshop Advances in Neuroinformatics (AINI) 2016 and14th INCF Nodes Workshop.

AINI 2016 is the 4th annual workshop held by INCF Japan Node. It is devoted to the interdisciplinary development of neuroscience through invited lectures and presentations on the state-of-the-art in neuroinformatics and to promote information exchange between domestic and foreign researchers. The special topic is Integration of Multi-dimensional Neuroscience.  Infrastructure of data-sharing, technologies for high-dimensional and complex research data, model simulation and all can be taken together for the sake of integrative knowledge creation of neuroscience.

INCF Nodes Workshops are organized each year by the INCF secretariat to increase and strengthen collaborations in neuroinformatics between INCF's Nodes and the international community. This 14th Nodes Workshop has the theme "Asian and Pacific Neuroinformatics", with invited speakers who will highlight neuroinformatics activities and projects within current and prospective member countries, aiming to increase regional collaboration. This workshop will also give an update on the current status of INCF strategic actions, and a future perspective on the development of collaborative data sharing within neuroscience.

We call for papers and participants. Organizers sincerely wish all of your participation to meet and discuss with people sharing common interests in the interdisciplinary fileds.



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May 28-29, 2016

Suzuki Umetaro Hall  RIKEN, 2-1, Hirosawa, Wako, Saitama, Japan Access

RIKEN Brain Science Institute 

International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility (INCF)

The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence  Japanese Neural Network Society  The Japan Neuroscience Society

May 20, 2016【Closed】

April 4, 2016 Extended abstract submission deadline is April 18.【Closed】

※This Workshop is a part of the RIKEN Symposium Series. 


INCF and INCF Japan Node Joint Workshop Secretariat Office   
Neuroinformatics Japan Center, RIKEN Brain Science Institute

 To presenters

Please follow to the presentation guideline below.

Keynote lecture:  30 mins including 5 min Q&A
Invited oral presentation: 20 mins including 5 min Q&A
Poster presentation:Poster Size: A0 (841mm W, 1,189mm H)
Demonstration:Poster size A0 (841mm W, 1,189mm H)
Poster board, One desk (1,800mm and 600mm) and One outlet are prepared in each booth.

Abstracts・Workshop Poster

The abstracts was published the online journal Advances in Neuroinformatics IV.  

 Please click here.






    Program At a Glance     




     Poster [PDF]

(Japanese) (English)


Program, Keynote Lectures     







The interface between data and knowledge:  Multi-scale data integration in neuroscience

Maryann E. MARTONE

Professor IR
Department of Neurosciences University of California

San Diego









Benefits of comprehensive data management for efficient data access, reproducibility, and data sharing


Director, INCF German Node
Group Leader, Biology Department II, Neurobiology
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München









Potential Contribution of AI to Neuro-informatics

Jun'ichi TSUJII 

Director, Artificial Intelligence Research Center
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology










Databasing brain gene expression information


Tokyo University of Science
Faculty of Science and Technology
Chairman, BrainTx Platform

AINI 2016 Workshop Chair




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