1st Nordic workshop on Brain imaging and Neuroinformatics


October 2, 2003
Tampere, Finland


The 1st Nordic workshop on Brain imaging and Neuroinformatics will be held in Tampere, Finland on October 2. The workshop will take place in Finn-Medi Technology Center in the Finn-Medi building one. The center is located next to Tampere University Central Hospital in the address: Lenkkeilijänkatu 6, 33520 TAMPERE.

Questions about the workshop can be send to this address (niregistration@cs.tut.fi ).

Thank you for submitting your abstract to 1st Nordic workshop on Brain Imaging and Neuroinformatics. We got 18 abstracts and 63 participants have been registered to the meeting.

The Neuroinformatics journal is interested in publishing limited number of short communication type papers. The selection is based on the abstracts and their presentations.

Attendance free of charge.

Preliminary program:

10.00 Information desk opens for registration and also coffee is served


10.30 Opening: Ulla Ruotsalainen (Tampere University of Technology/ Institute of Signal Processing) and Matti Eskola (Finn-Medi Research Ltd)


10.50-13.00
Arthur W. Toga, Department of Neurology, UCLA, USA

-Brain mapping in health and disease


Sten Grillner , Department of Neuroscience, Division of Neurophysiology and Behavior, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

- The intrinsic function of a motor system- a computational and experimental analysis


Alpo Värri, Tampere University of Technology/ Institute of Signal Processing

- An European Biosignal Data Format Prestandard


13.00 Lunch break (Lunch not paid by organizers)

14.00 Poster session

15.00-17.00

Gaute T. Einevoll Computational Neuroscience, Department of Mathematical Science and Technology, Agricultural University of Norway

- Mathematical modelling of cortical population responses measured with laminar electrodes

Trygve B. Leergaard, Neural Systems and Graphics Computing Laboratory, Centre for Molecular Biology and Neuroscience, University of Oslo, Norway

- In vivo tracing of rat brain projection systems using manganese enhanced MRI and 3-D atlasing

Marja-Leena Linne , Tampere University of Technology, Institute of Signal Processing

- Mathematical modeling and simulation of the cultered cerebellar granule neuron excitability

Risto J. Ilmoniemi, Nexstim Ltd., Helsinki, Finland

- Navigated Brain Stimulation Combined with EEG - a New Brain Imaging Tool

Discussions

Organizers:

Tampere University of Technology
Institute of Signal Processing

Digital Media Institute (DMI)

Finn-Medi Research Ltd









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