|Neuroinformatics combines neuroscience and informatics research to develop and apply the advanced tools and approaches that are essential for major advances in understanding the structure and function of the brain.|
The special interest groups are not currently running. In the new proposal (submitted 30 July 2015), these SIGs are updated, so that there are four, on Human Neuroinformatics, Electrophysiology, Image-based Neuroinformatics, and Computational Modelling and Simulation Environments. More information will be given when we hear about how the proposal is faring at review!
SIG2: Image-based neuroinformatics
SIG3: Neurally-inspired engineering
SIG4: Computational modelling and simulation environments
SIG5: AI, Cognition and behaviourThe Steering Committee of the UK Node of the INCF have set up Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to represent the main areas of neuroinformatics. These provide a focus for more specialist workshops and better interaction with the relevant activities at the INCF and other member countries.
At our one-day Symposium at the BNA Conference in April 2011, the SIGs were launched and each SIG Champion spoke of the plans for their SIGs.
Please click on the links above for each SIG Page.
Joint SIG Workshop: SIG3, 4 and 5 organised a joint workshop at Manchester University - for further information, click here.