7th BigBrain Workshop 2023

Registration is now open for the 7th BigBrain Workshop, taking place in the beautiful city of Reykjavik, Iceland, on October 4th to 6th, 2023. This workshop is an opportunity for the neuroscientific community to come together and present their cutting-edge research, discuss future prospects of the BigBrain data and tools, and explore how to better leverage high-performance computing and artificial intelligence to create multimodal, multiresolution tools for the high-resolution BigBrain and related datasets.

We are proud of our confirmed keynote speakers Kári Stefánsson, Paul Thompson, and Maryann Martone.

We are also pleased to announce that this year's BigBrain Workshop will be held in conjunction with an HBHL Training Day, taking place as a full day event on October 4, on-site at the conference venue. 

The event is free of charge but prior registration is required.  

Information about the programme will be updated regularly on the website: 


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