Introductory Workshop on Computational Methods in Neuroscience

Introductory Workshop on Computational Methods in Neuroscience May 31 - June 8, 2018
University of Lethbridge
Lethbridge, Alberta

Now accepting applications! Contemporary neurobiological experiments often generate complex data sets with many dependent variables collected continuously through time.

Appropriate analysis tools are needed to uncover relationships among such signals to better understand the underlying biological processes. This workshop aims to give students an introduction to the theory and practical application of computational methods for the analysis of neurobiological data. The format is composed of lectures, hands-on use of key analysis methods in a computer lab, and a cou

Appropriate analysis tools are needed to uncover relationships among such signals to better understand the underlying biological processes. This workshop aims to give students an introduction to the theory and practical application of computational methods for the analysis of neurobiological data. The format is composed of lectures, hands-on use of key analysis methods in a computer lab, and a cou

05/18/2017

The workshop is less than two weeks away! Please feel free to use this page to organize carpooling to Lethbridge or just to meet some of the workshop participants before arriving on campus. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to [email protected]. See you soon!

01/25/2017
Education

REGISTRATION IS OPEN for this year's Introductory Workshop on Computational Methods in Neuroscience, taking place May 31-June 9, 2017 at the University of Lethbridge.
Applications are due February 22, 2017 and space is limited.

http://www.albertaneuro.ca/education/#_intro-methods

Education Campus Alberta Neuroscience works to improve an already strong neuroscience educational landscape. This work focuses on increased sharing of neuroscience education across the University of Alberta, University of Calgary and University of Lethbridge (and to include other campuses over time)...

12/13/2016

Save the Date! The next Workshop will take place May 31-June 9, 2017 at the University of Lethbridge. Registration is scheduled to open in January 2017. More information will be available at http://www.albertaneuro.ca

05/26/2016

The workshop is less than a week away! For those coming from Edmonton and Calgary, please be sure to activate your IT accounts prior to arriving in Lethbridge. Instructions were sent via email.

Also, please feel free to use this page to organize shared rides to Lethbridge!

05/16/2016

The workshop is only a few weeks away! Information packages have been sent to all participants. We look forward to welcoming you at the University of Lethbridge!

Applications for the in-person workshop (June 1-10) are due Friday, March 11. Space is limited for this very popular eve...
03/09/2016
Campus Alberta Neuroscience

Applications for the in-person workshop (June 1-10) are due Friday, March 11. Space is limited for this very popular event, so don't miss your opportunity to take part!

http://www.albertaneuro.ca/content/computational

Contemporary neurobiological experiments often generate complex data sets with many dependent variables collected continuously through time. Appropriate analysis tools are needed to uncover relationships among signals and allow for a better understanding of the underlying biological processes. This…

Registration is now open for the Introductory Workshop on Computational Methods, taking place June 1-10 in Lethbridge!Ap...
02/10/2016
Campus Alberta Neuroscience

Registration is now open for the Introductory Workshop on Computational Methods, taking place June 1-10 in Lethbridge!

Applications are due March 11 - Register today! http://www.albertaneuro.ca/content/computational

Attention 2014 and 2015 workshop participants: we are now offering an online extension to the workshop from June 13-July 29! The purpose of the online extension is to provide additional project support and explore advanced topics in computational methods. Check out the website for more information!

Contemporary neurobiological experiments often generate complex data sets with many dependent variables collected continuously through time. Appropriate analysis tools are needed to uncover relationships among signals and allow for a better understanding of the underlying biological processes. This…

The 2016 Introductory Workshop on Computational Methods in Neuroscience will take place June 1-10 at the University of L...
01/27/2016
Campus Alberta Neuroscience

The 2016 Introductory Workshop on Computational Methods in Neuroscience will take place June 1-10 at the University of Lethbridge. Registration is set to open on Monday, February 8th - keep an eye on the Campus Alberta Neuroscience website for updates! http://www.albertaneuro.ca/content/computational

Contemporary neurobiological experiments often generate complex data sets with many dependent variables collected continuously through time. Appropriate analysis tools are needed to uncover relationships among such signals to better understand the underlying biological processes. This workshop aims…

06/04/2015

The Workshop is less than a week away! Have you organized your travel to Lethbridge yet? If not, we would be happy to offer suggestions!

05/27/2015

The workshop is only 2 weeks away! We look forward to welcoming all attendees at the University of Lethbridge!

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