Scientific activities

Scientific activities




Past Workshops and Conferences (9)

Past Seminars (4)

Workshops and Conferences
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Date Title Venue Participants
2003/10/30 – 2003/10/31 Workshop on Cerebral Plasticity : Imaging and Modelling CRM 84
2005/03/31 – 2005/04/02 Workshop on Bayesian Inference and Functional Brain mapping CRM 30
2005/10/17 – 2005/10/18 Workshop on mathematics in brain imaging and their applications to cognitive and clinical neurosciences IUGM
2006/05/11 – 2006/05/12 Current Issues in functional imaging with optical devices CRM 80
2006/05/23 – 2006/05/23 Workshop between specialists of Brain and Spine Imaging and mathematicians interested in the questions arising from imaging CRM 15
2008/06/04 – 2008/06/04 Workshop on Signal Processing Methods in Brain Imaging Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal
2013/10/21 – 2013/10/24 Workshop on Scale-free Dynamics and Networks in Neurosciences CRM 82
2017/06/12 – 2017/06/14 Translational-Oriented Quantitative Theurapeutic Approaches: A Concerted Effort Université de Montréal 9
2017/11/18 – 2017/11/21 MAIN 2017: Artificial Intelligence & Neuroscience CRM 242

Seminars
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2004/06/03 Valérie Girardin, Laboratoire SCAD, Universite de Caen, France Sur l’entropie pour des chaînes de Markov, semi-markoviennes et cachées Conférence Physnum
2004/11/25 Line Garnero, Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives et Imagerie Cérébrale, Hôpital La Salpetrière, FRANCE Imagerie dynamique de la connectivité corticale en MEG : méthodes et applications à la rivalité binoculaire Séminaire Physnum
2011/05/31 Alain Arnéodo, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon A wavelet-based multiscale methodology to detect replication origins in the human genome Séminaire Physnum
2017/07/25 Bourama Toni, Virginia State and Brown University Nash Limit Cycles in the dynamics of America socio-cultural evolution: A game-theoretical approach Séminaire Physnum