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!
Prof Petra Ritter will be among a high-level panel of leaders in science, technology, on-the-ground action and policy at the McGill Precision Convergence Webinar Series: "Towards Sustainable Software For Research and Societal Impact at Scale".
The event takes place on Thursday, December 2nd, 2021 from 11 am to 1 pm EST (5 pm CET).
The keynote lecture presented by Daniel S. Katz, followed by the panel discussion, focus on how the many data platforms, currently developed and deployed, can be (1) bridged in some novel ways and (2) linked with other tools of human and artificial intelligence used in the many society systems that create contexts, (3) both preceding embedded in real-time in real-world transformation with key markers to support effective navigation toward a better future, be it in science, action and policy.
McGill Precision Convergence Webinar Series is built upon the HPC Covid-19 consortium, initiated by IBM, NSF and others - which is, now, being building upon in a national reserve for other crises, including these tied to climate changes. The intent is to advance post-covid, domain-specific, collaboratives for world reset to convergence economy.
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Are you interested in the recent activities in research software areas, including FAIR for research software principles, software citation, the Journal of Open Source Software, and software career paths?
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Abstract of the webinar series with presentation of the speakers can be found in the following information sheet.
Watch the replay of the McGill webinar here.