This year's Neuroscience meeting will be in London at the Barbican Centre where CARMEN will also be present.
Society for Neuroscience meeting will be in New Orleans at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center where neuroscientists from around the world show their latest research. CARMEN is going to be present at this venue and you can find us at booth number 3534 where ongoing demonstrations of the Portal will be presented.
Neuroinformatics 2012 in Munich will be the 5th world Congress organized by INCF that provides a meeting place for researchers in this emerging field. CARMEN will be exhibiting on this year's INCF meeting again and will be doing ongoing demonstrations. You can find us at Booth #5.
The FENS Forum of Neuroscience is the largest international neuroscience meeting in Europe, involving all neuroscience society members of FENS, and it is held every two years. This year the meeting will take place in Barcelona and CARMEN is going to be there too. You can find us at booth #53.
The UK Node is holding its 2nd Biennial Conference at the Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh where CARMEN is going to do ongoing demonstrations.
Neuroscience 2011 is the premier venue for neuroscientists from around the world to debut cutting-edge research on the brain and nervous system. CARMEN is going to be present at this venue and you can find us at booth number 3205 where ongoing demonstrations of the Portal will be presented.
The annual INCF Congress provides a meeting place for researchers in this emerging field. Neuroinformatics 2011 in Boston will be the 4th Congress organized by INCF where CARMEN also be present.
This Meeting presents a cutting-edge programme which will showcase recent advances and cover broad themes of neuroscience.
Demonstration of the CARMEN portal at SfN
DEMOfest is to promote research to encourage commercial collaboration between academia, SMEs and larger companies.
Colin Ingram gives a keynote lecture at the INCF Conference.
INCF is an international organization devoted to advancing the field of neuroinformatics. The annual INCF Congress provides a meeting place for researchers in this emerging field.
CARMEN first Exhition booth at FENS.
BBSRC invites applications to attend a multi-disciplinary workshop exploring the challenges of visualising increasingly complex and large-scale biological datasets.
The aim of the workshop is to present cutting edge research on neural coding from a multidisciplinary perspective.
Workshop on Spike Train Measures and Their Applications to Neural Coding
This is an important meeting as it will be one of the last opportunities to review new developments and project progress before the end of the current EPSRC funding. This meeting will be a chance to discuss opportunities for new projects allied to CARMEN.
News announcement on Portal upgrades
At the beginning of February Rasmus Petersen took over from Stefano Panzeri as the CARMEN investigator at the University of Manchester. Read here to find out a bit more about our newest member of the Consortium.
CARMEN welcomes new members and an integration with e-science Central
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