Workshop MATRICE, 14 septembre 2015

    From open data to multi-level cerebral dynamics

    The Workshop is an intensive program for docs, post-docs, researchers and clinicians, to promote innovative approaches to issues of open data and systematic and automated analysis of brain databases. The entrance is free.

    Institut des Systèmes Complexes, ISC
    113 rue Nationale
    75013 Paris


    9h: Welcome

    9h30 – 10h: LinkRbrain : multi-scale data integrator of the brain.
    Salma Mesmoudi (MATRICE, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Paris, France).

    10h15 – 10h45: Interactive brain atlases in AFNI: internal and Web-enabled databases.
    Robert Cox (National Institut of Health, USA).

    11h – 11h15: Coffee Break

    11h15 – 11h45: The reconstruction of potentials on the cortex using the inverse problem and genetic algorithms.
    Alejandro Lopez Rincon (Riken Brain Science Institute, Nagoya, Japan).

    12h – 12h30: Automatic review/meta-analysis of PTSD papers.
    Fanny Dégeilh (EPHE-Inserm-Caen Normandie University, Caen, France).

    12h45 – 14h: Lunch

    14h – 14h30: Data collection and processing in the developing Human Connectome Project.
    Jonathan Passerat-Palmbach (Imperial College, London, UK).

    14h45 – 15h15: Sharing in neuroimaging: From data with Brainmap to metadata with ANIMA.
    Sara Genon(Research Centre Jülich, Germany).

    15h30 – 15h45 : Coffee Break

    15h45 – 16h15 : OpenMole : how to distribute neuroscience ?
    Romain Reuillon, Mathieu Leclaire (ISC-PIF,CNRS, Paris, France).

    16h30 – 17h: Open data, Ethics and law in France
    Danièle Bourcier (CERSA,CNRS, Paris, France).

    17h – 17h30: Overall schedule and discussion

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