Hosted in a different country every year, these events are a great opportunity to meet leading experts from computational neuroscience, neuroscience methodology and experimental neuroscience!
This exciting event, scheduled for June 5th, 2023, in Helsinki, Finland, aims to explore the challenges and opportunities related to accessing and sharing clinical and normative neuro and brain data in both academic and industrial research and development.
This seminar brings together distinguished leaders from academia and industry in the field of neuroscience, and we are thrilled to share that our team leader, Prof. Petra Ritter, has been invited to present her talk titled "Towards an Intelligent Virtual Human Brain". With her extensive expertise, Prof. Ritter will delve into the possibilities of leveraging data and AI to advance our understanding of the brain and pave the way for intelligent virtual human brain models.
About Helsinki Brain and Mind
Helsinki Brain and Mind (HB&M) is a collaborative neuroscience research network formed by the University of Helsinki, Aalto University, and HUS Helsinki University Hospital. With a shared vision of advancing academic and industrial research collaboration in neuroscience, HB&M aims to drive innovation, deepen our understanding of the brain, and improve treatments for neurological disorders.
To learn more about the impactful work being done within HB&M and explore their initiatives, please visit the official website at https://helsinkibrainandmind.fi
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If you are interested in attending the Data & AI for Neuroscience Seminar and engaging with cutting-edge advancements in AI and brain research, we encourage you to visit the official event website. There, you can access the program and register for this stimulating seminar.
Join us for an enlightening seminar that promises to facilitate collaboration, inspire breakthroughs, and accelerate advancements in the field of neuroscience. Be sure not to miss Prof. Petra Ritter's captivating talk on "Towards an Intelligent Virtual Human Brain."
The "Data & AI for Neuroscience" event brought together a diverse group of participants to engage in insightful discussions about the multifaceted aspects of data in neuroscience. This gathering provided a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and explore the challenges and opportunities surrounding data from various perspectives. The seminar presentations were meticulously recorded, allowing those interested to access and revisit the valuable insights shared during the event.
You can watch the recordings, including Prof. Ritter's talk, by visiting this link.