November 30,2017 at Okochi Hall
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Welcome to the joint workshop on Neurobiology and Neuroinformatics.
This series of workshops started seventeen years ago (2000) with the aim of advancing brain science and related fields through collaboration among China, Japan, and Korea. Participants from other countries in the Asia Pacific region are also welcome. The joint workshop is hosted by a member country each year, where invited speakers from each country present their state-of-the-art research results in the field of Neuroinformatics and Neurobiology. Active young scholars also have chances to report their latest research findings. Every participant is encouraged to participate in frank and stimulating discussions and social activities.
The workshop in 2017 will focus on frontier researches in brain computation and AI. We bring together computational and experimental neuroscientists and researchers studying artificial intelligence to exchange academic ideas and foster the development of both fields.
Date: November 30(Thu) - December 1 (Fri), 2017
Venue: RIKEN Okochi Hall, 2-1 Hirosawa, Wako, Saitama, Japan <access>
October 3(Tue) Abstract Submission and Participation Registration Open
October 27(Fri) Nov.13(Mon) (Deadline Extended) Abstract Submission Close October 27(Fri) Nov.13(Mon) (Deadline Extended) Closed Participation Registration for Invited Guests Close
November 17 (Fri) Participation Registration for Regular Guests Close Closed
Onsite registration is welcomed on the day
Tomoki FUKAI (Chair) Laboratory for Neural Circuit Theory, RIKEN BSI; RIKEN BSI-OMRON Collaboration Center
Soo-Young LEE, KAIST
Si WU. Beijing Normal University
Yoko YAMAGUCHI (Deputy chair) Neuroinformatics Japan Center, RIKEN BSI
RIKEN BRAIN Science Institute
KAKENHI [Correspondence and fusion of artificial intelligence and brain science]
RIKEN BSI-OMRON Collaboration Center
Beijing Normal University
Neuroinformatics Japan Center, RIKEN BSI
In Cooperation with
Japanese Neural Network Sociiety
Contact: NBNI 2017 office c/o Neuoinformatics Japan Center, RIKEN BSI