BrainComp2022 - Computational Challenges of Connectivity

Cetraro, Italy,

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Together Neuroscience and Computing are driving forces for research and innovation. They enable new insights into the brain‘s complexity as well as biological information processing and lay ground for progress in Future Computing. Making use of this collaborative effort by bringing together relevant key players in the field of Neuroscience and Future Computing, the workshop on Brain-Inspired Computing (BrainComp) aims to shed a light on the digital transformation of Neuroscience by High Performance Computing (HPC).

The next BrainComp workshop will take place from 19-23 September 2022 in Cetraro (Italy) and is by invitation only. Special focus of this year's edition are the Computational Challenges of Connectivity.


Sponsors and Co-Organizers of the event:

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Programme Committee

Katrin Amunts, Research Center Juelich, Germany
Lucio Grandinetti, University of Calabria, Italy
Thomas Lippert, Research Center Juelich, Germany
Nicolai Petkov, University of Groningen, The Netherlands