The interpretation of brain functional signals (fMRI, EEG, MEG, Optical imaging) necessitates models of the neuronal bioelectrical activity and the metabolic processes. It is by now essential to confront models with the various type of data that allows to explore more accurately temporal and spatial distribution of brain activity. These models consist, for instance, in coupled PDE's and other non-linear equations that represent, at various scales of the processes, the electrophysiology in relationship with vascular and hemodynamic. The workshop will make the point on the current avenues in modeling with respect to the various modalities in non-invasive functional brain imaging.

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This workshop has received financial support from MITACS.