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!
Please join us at the Symposium: From Cortical Neurocircuits to Consciousness taking place as in-person event from April 11th, 2022 to April 13th, 2022 at the Institut Catholique de Paris, France.
Prof Petra Ritter is holding a talk entitled: "Brain network simulations in disease" on Wednesday, April 13th, 2022 at 16:20 (CET).
About the symposium.
The Symposium: From Cortical Microcircuits to Consciousness aims at bringing together the Human Brain Project’s neuroscientists and invited guests to present their latest achievements in understanding neurocircuit dynamics at micro-, meso- and macro-scales, including the emergence of consciousness. Theories of consciousness will be reviewed and challenged by new findings from brain circuits and behavior. The involvement of neuronal and neuroglial cells in brain functioning, memory, learning, cognition and consciousness in health and disease will be discussed from the experimental and theoretical perspective.
The Symposium will offer a hands-on session on The Virtual Brain, the platform of EBRAINS for constructing and simulating personalised brain network models. EBRAINS is the European research infrastructure for gathering, processing and simulating brain data.
Finally, the Symposium will address the recent advances in neuroethics and neurophilosophy in neuroscience research and society.
Find out more
Are you interested in learning more about the latest achievements in multiscale neurocircuit dynamics with application to consciousness?
To attend the event, visit the official website here.