29th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting
Secured by Professor Anthony Burkitt
The purpose of the Annual Meeting is to create a scientific and educational forum for everyone to learn about, to share, contribute to and advance the state of knowledge in computational neuroscience.
Computational neuroscience combines mathematical analyses and computer simulations with experimental neuroscience, to develop a principled understanding of the workings of nervous systems and apply it in a wide range of technologies. OCNS promotes meetings and courses in computational neuroscience and organises the Annual CNS Meeting which serves as a forum for young scientists to present their work and to interact with senior leaders in the field.