AREADNE 2022 Research in Encoding and Decoding of Neural Ensembles
Attendance type(s): In Person
Event Dates: 28 Jun—2 Jul 2022
Registration Deadline: 27 Feb 2022
A fundamental problem in neuroscience is to understand how the activation of neuronal populations gives rise to higher order functions including
learning, memory, cognition, perception, action and ultimately conscious awareness. Electrophysiological recordings have revealed considerable
information about the firing patterns of single neurons, but it remains largely a mystery how collections of individual neurons interact to perform
these functions. Understanding ensemble activity is critical to understanding the brain.
The AREADNE Conferences have been created to gather global scientific leaders who work on neural ensembles and establish a touch-point for the
widely disparate and hybrid field. With a spectacular setting on Santorini, the conferences have been carefully planned to foster discussion and
interaction between attendees to encourage the establishment of lasting professional relationships. The meetings continue our efforts to promote
systems neuroscience in Greece by creating a world-class forum for cutting-edge research.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
We are currently soliciting abstracts for a poster presentation. Submissions will be accepted electronically and must be received
by 21 January 2022. Automated email acknowledgement of submission will be provided, and manual verification will be made a few days
after submission. Notification of acceptance will be provided by 22 February 2022.
Please see our Call for Abstracts page for additional details and submission templates: http://areadne.org/call-for-abstracts
Name: John Pezaris, Ph.D.
Address: Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, MA, USA