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Conference Program

Friday, September 18

Checking in (8.30-9.00)
 

Morning session (9.00–12.00)

Opening of the meeting (Helge Malmgren)

What have we learnt, and what will we possibly learn, about the brain’s network by means of methods from neurophysiology? (Eric Hanse)

Review of basic results about the brain’s networks achived through classical and modern neuro-anatomical methods. Prospects for the future. (Annica Dahlström)

Dialogue between the speakers, with the participation of the audience.

Afternoon session (13.00–17.00)

Review of recent methodological progress in structural MRI and of basic results on the brain’s networks achieved with these methods. (Stephan Maier)

Functional magnetic resonance imaging to visualize brain networks: a never-ending story of neural activity (Helene van Ettinger-Veenstra)

Electroencephalography and magneto-encephalography in the study of the brain's networks. (Johan Wessberg)

Dialogue between the speakers, with the participation of the audience.

Saturday, September 19

Morning session (9.00–12.00)

What can clinical neurology learn from the research on the brain’s neural networks, and vice versa? (Gavin Winston)

What role can psychological and psychiatric research play for our understanding of the brain’s networks? Conversely, what can the research on neural networks offer psychiatry? (Massimiliano Aragona)

Dialogue between the speakers, with the participation of the audience.

Afternoon session (13.00–17.00)

Review of the basic mathematical theory of neural networks as used in statistical analysis of data. Some important applications of adaptive algorithms, including the analysis of data from connectome research. (Richard Dybowski)

Paradigms, Methods, and Objects - Brain paradigms and research methods for understanding object attention, conscious seeing, learning, invariant recognition, and search. (Stephen Grossberg)

Space and Time - Spatial navigation, cognitive working memory, and conscious speech perception. (Stephen Grossberg)

Dialogue between the speakers, with the participation of the audience.

Evening: Conference dinner

Sunday, September 20

Morning session (9.00–11.30)

Short oral presentations of all posters

Poster exhibition

Afternoon session (12.30–16.00)

Introduction to the session (Arvid Carlsson)

Round table discussions with all speakers and with the participation of the audience.

Integration of anatomical, physiological and imaging data

Integration of medical, psychological and mathematical perspectives.

(Moderators: Sven Ekholm, Helge Malmgren)

Arranged in Cooperation with

MedTech West

Center for Cognitive Medicine

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