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Workshop Program

Poster Session and Demonstration Session

Program at a Glance

[Revised on 13th May]

 

 

Speakers

   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

Thomas WACHTLER

 

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

 

Teiichi FURUICHI

 

Professor
Tokyo University of Science

Faculty of Science and Technology
Chairman, BrainTx Platform

 

 

AINI 2016 Workshop Chair

 

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Introduction of INCF Nodes Workshop

INCF Executive Director,  Karolinska Institute

Oral Session I Whole Brain Imaging for Approaches to Functions and Anatomy

 Session Organizers

Yuko Okamura-OHO

RIKEN Center for Advanced Photonics/Brain Research Network (BReNt)

Hideki KASHIOKA                            

National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)

 Invited Speakers 
  • MRI morphometry in Alzheimer's disease

Hiroshi MATSUDA

Integrative Brain Imaging Center (IBIC), National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry
  • Data and Model Driven EEG/fMRI fusion with an emphasis on Brain Connectivity

Pedro A. Valdés-SOSA

Cuban Neuroscience Center
  • NIRS-SPM: statistical parameter mapping for near infrared spectroscopy

Jong Chul Ye

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
  • Reverse Engineering Macro-scale Human Brain Dynamics  
 

Okito YAMASHITA

ATR  Neural Information Analysis Laboratories
  • Computational Neuroanatomy of the Human Visual White Matter
 

Hiromasa TAKEMURA

Center for Information and Neural Networks (CiNet)

Oral Session II  Multi-dimensional Theoretical Neuroscience

 Session Organizers

Yoshiyuki ASAI

Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST)

Ryohei KANZAKI

The University of Tokyo

Hidetoshi IKENO                               

University of Hyogo

 Invited Speakers  
  • A large-scale simulation of the basal ganglia-thalamocortical circuit on K computer for understanding Parkinson's motor symptoms

Jun IGARASHI

RIKEN

  • Toward building an artificial cerebellum

Tadashi YAMAZAKI

The University of Electro-Communications

  • Criticality in event cascades spreading through inhomogeneous networks

Shigeru SHINOMOTO

Kyoto University
  • Supercomputing interaction of spinal neuron pools and the wholebody musculoskeletal system

Yoshihiko NAKAMURA

The University of Tokyo

  • On a role for competitions in computational neuroscience

   Stephen John EGLEN

University of Cambridge UK

Oral Session III Asian and Pacific Neuroinformatics Session I

 Invited Speakers 

  • Towards Clinical Neuroinformatics in Malaysia

Malaysia Node

Ahmad Fadzil Mohd HANI Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
  • Next-Generation Waxholm Space for Rodent+ Neuroinformatics

China

James GEE University of Pennsylvania
  • Brain-inspired Intelligence and Its Applications in Intelligent Robotics

China

Yi ZENG Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • The Joint China Cuba Neuroinformatics Collaboratory

China

Pedro A. Valdés-Sosa The Joint China-Cuba Lab for Frontier Research in Translational Neurotechnology

Oral Session IV Asian and Pacific Neuroinformatics Session II

 Invited Speakers
  • Brain connectivity and dynamics: highly comparative time-series analysis of neuroscience data, and gene expression patterns of brain connectivity

Australia

Ben David FULCHER Monash Universit
  • Investigating neural correlates of human trust in machine using a theory-of-mind game

Korea

Soo-Young LEE

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
  • Integration of Neuroinformatics Platforms  in INCF Japan Node and its perspective for international collaboration

Japan

Yoko YAMAGUCHI RIKEN BSI, Japan

Oral Session V Utilization of Ontology for Data Sharing and Mining

 Session Organizers

Akiko AIZAWA

National Institute of Informatics

Hayato OHWADA

Tokyo University of Science

Teiichi FURUICHI

                          

Tokyo University of Science

 Invited Speakers 
  • Map of whole scientific literature to navigate open science

KIM Jin-Dong

Database Center for Life Science (DBCLS)

  • Text Mining for Neuroscience Papers
 

Yoshinobu KANO

Shizuoka University
  • Semantic Web technologies to enhance scientific research

Hideaki TAKEDA

National Institute of Informatics

  • Linked Brain Data: a Web-scale Knowledge Platform for Brain and Neuroscience

   Yi ZENG

Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Oral Session VI International Neuroinformatics

 Invited Speakers 

  •  The Neuroscience Knowledge Space:  A shared global platform for integrative neuroscience

KnowledgeSpace

Maryann MARTONE

University of California, San Diego, US

  • Center-TBI and International TBI Projects

The TBI project

Jeffrey S. GRETHE

University of California, San Diego, US

  • German Neuroinformatics Node: Neuroinformatics for efficient data management in neurophysiology

Germany

Thomas WACHTLER Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, GE
  • Recent developments in the UK node
 

 

Stephen John EGLEN Cambridge University, UK

 

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