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State of the Art Methods for Brain Data Analysis

A workshop for computational, theoretical and cognitive neuroscientists taking place on July 6 at City— Universıty of London.



This hybrid workshop will discuss the state of the art methods in brain imaging and how they inform our understanding of the neural basis of behaviour and cognition. It will review techniques that allow us to access large-scale brain networks, based on deep neural networks, dynamical systems and probabilistic inference. It will also provide updates about how recent developments allow us to map and modulate brain activity and understand how information processing breaks down in disease.


The workshop will be of interest to computational and cognitive neuroscientists who are keen on brain imaging, computational psychiatry and network-level dynamics. It is organised by the PinotsisLab, part of the Center for Mathematical Neuroscience & Psychology  and the Department of Psychology at City—University of London.

Registration is free. To register,  please fill in this form. For any questions, please email

When & Where

  • Hybrid format (f2f and online)

  • July 6th, 2022 09:50 - 17:00 London Time (GMT+1)

  • B200 Lecture Theatre, University Building, 2nd Floor, see also here

  • Zoom details will be emailed to registered participants


  • John Ashburner, UCL

  • Aldo Faisal, Imperial

  • Gene Fridman, Johns Hopkins

  • Alan Jasanoff, MIT

  • Marcus Kaiser, Nottingham

  • Mark Woolrich, Oxford



This is the list of talks to be held at the workshop. By clicking on the arrow next to the speaker name, you can find the title and abstract of the talk.


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