On Nov 29 - Dec 1, the BrainModes Conference 2023 (www.brainmodes.org) will take place at the UKE at Hamburg, organized by Petra Ritter, Claus Hilgetag and Andreas K. Engel.
BrainModes is an annual international meeting focusing on innovative means of understanding complex brain activity and multimodal neuroscience data sets. The objective of these meetings is to foster informal discussion of brain modeling and multivariate data analysis (EEG, MEG, fMRI, etc). The central motif is that of "modes" – how complex brain activity is organized around low dimensional manifolds.
The BrainModes conference 2023 is organized jointly with the European School of Network Neuroscience (euSNN; www.eusnn.eu). The theme of this year’s conference is „Multiscale network dynamics: analysis, modeling, modulation“. Emphasis in the program will be on the following topics: network dynamics and coupling modes; modulation/neurostimulation; multiscale modeling; connectivity and structure; network diseases.
Speakers who have already confirmed their participation are: Richard Betzel (Bloomington), Maurizio Corbetta (Padua), Tobias Donner (Hamburg), Pascal Fries (Frankfurt/Main), Rainer Goebel (Maastricht), Randolph Helfrich (Tübingen), Moritz Helmstädter (Frankfurt/Main), Risto Ilmoniemi (Aalto), Viktor Jirsa (Marseille), Vladimir Litvak (London), Randy McIntosh (Vancouver), Marcel Oberländer (Bonn), Stefano Panzeri (Hamburg), Petra Ritter (Berlin), Pieter Roelfsema (Amsterdam), Bettina Schwab (Twente), Anna Solotkin (Dallas), Valerie Sydor (Philadelphia), Marieke van Vugt (Groningen), Paul Verschure (Nijmegen), Mark Woolrich (Oxford).
Participation in the BrainModes Conference is free, but we ask all participants to register for the meeting. Online registration will open in September.