[Neuroimaging] Second International Winter School on Brain Connectomics - October 9-13, 2017

Mauro Zucchelli mauro.zucchelli88 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 2 10:06:44 EDT 2017

Dear all,

I’m writing you to inform about an event that will take place in October in
Verona (Italy) and that may be of interest to you or someone in your group.
After the 1st successful edition of last year, we are pleased to announce
that we will be running the second edition of the School on Brain
Connectomics from 9th to 13th October.

Connectomics is one of the hottest inter-disciplinary topics today: it
links computer science and engineering with life sciences and medicine.
Connection networks grow over functional (fMRI, ASL, EEG, MEG) and
structural (diffusion weighted MRI) data and the integration of the two in
both static and dynamic conditions would shed light on the way our brain
actually works. The goal of the School on Brain Connectomics is to gather
the knowledge in the different fields that are touched by these topics
providing the students a comprehensive view of this research area as well
as awareness about the cutting-edge methodological, experimental and
clinical aspects that are involved. Connectomics bridges signal and image
processing with applied mathematics, graph theory and machine learning.
This year we are happy to host 14 international speakers that are leading
scientists in the respective fields.

School official website:





   9-13 October, 2017



   Department of Computer Science, University of Verona, Italy

Organizing committee:


   Gloria Menegaz (gloria.menegaz at univr.it)

   Alessandro Daducci (alessandro.daducci at univr.it)

   Silvia F. Storti (silviafrancesca.storti at univr.it)

We are now accepting applications. If you are interested in participating
to the school, or you need more information, please do not hesitate to
contact us.

Feel free to forward this invitation to anyone who might be interested!

Best Regards

On behalf of the organizing committee

Mauro Zucchelli
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