2018 Neural Computation and Engineering Connection
The 2018 Neural Computation and Engineering Connection (NCEC) will be held on the afternoon of Thursday, January 18, 2018 and all day Friday, January 19, 2018. NCEC brings together the University of Washington neuroengineering and computational neuroscience communities in an exciting and stimulating event!
Keynote speakers for NCEC 2018 are: Allison Okamura (Stanford), Takaki Komiyama (UC San Diego), Loren Frank (UC San Francisco), Ila Fiete (UT Austin) and David Reinkensmeyer (UC Irvine)
Local speakers include: Sheri Mizumori (Psychology), Amy Orsborn (Electrical Engineering/Bioengineering), Azadeh Yazdan (Bioengineering/Electrical Engineering), Nino Ramirez (Seattle Children’s Research Institute). UWIN and Computational Neuroscience graduate and postdoctoral fellows will also be giving talks.
Registration is free but required. Please register at: https://goo.gl/forms/UqdiCv9CX4ftrrKw1.
Registration closes on Monday, January 8th.
Thursday’s daytime events will be at the CSNE (Russell Hall Suite 204, 1414 NE 42nd St.). Thursday evening will end with a launch event and reception in the Health Sciences Building for the new UW Computational Neuroscience Center. Friday’s events will be at the Husky Union Building (HUB) room 250, with an evening reception in HUB 145.
The full event schedule is now available: January 18-19, 2018 NCEC schedule (PDF)
Information about past years’ Neural Computation and Engineering Connections can be found at: http://uwin.washington.edu/ncec/past/