Registration and accommodation
ConferCare (University of Manchester)
T: +44 (0)161 306 8801
The University of Manchester
All within walking distance (< 30 minutes).
Oxford Road is a main bus route through the city, and so has frequent buses between the hotels/railway stations and the workshop location.
The bus network route planner is here .
Registration opens: December 1st 2014
Registration closes: February 27th 2015
Registration fee: £75 (includes all refreshments, wine reception, and lunch on second day)
Register here: ConferCare
For any queries about registration or accommodation please contact Petra Cron at ConferCare:
T: +44 (0)161 306 8801
Each session of the programme will comprise a pair of talks where both speakers are working on the same (broad) theme, with one primarily focussed on experimental approaches and the other primarily focussed on computational approaches. Breaks between each session will allow for plentiful discussion of the work just seen and how it may translate to other circuits and problems in systems neuroscience.
The first evening will be a poster session and wine reception.
Final programme:ISN Workshop Programme
We invite poster abstract submissions from PhD and postdoctoral researchers, for presentation at the evening poster session. Abstracts should be in the area of systems neuroscience, including:
Abstracts should include:
Subject line: ISN2015 abstract
Attach: PDF of abstract
Abstracts will be considered by the organisers
The top 20 abstracts will have their registration fee waived (details to follow).
A maximum of 30 poster abstracts will be selected.
Abstract submission opens: December 10th 2014
Abstract submission closes: January 30th 2015
Decision notification: February 13th 2015
Systems neuroscience has been thrust centre-stage by the extraordinary advances in technology for recording and manipulating neural circuits at single-cell resolution. Yet with this rapid increase in data yield has come formidable challenges in analysing and understanding experimental results. Consequently, a tight integration between experimental and computational neuroscience approaches is increasingly necessary for tackling these challenges. The goal of this workshop is to present the state-of-the-art in integrated systems and computational approaches to key neural circuits, to demonstrate their power and potential.