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We are pleased to present the proceedings of the 1st HBP Student Conference - Transdisciplinary Research Linking Neuroscience, Brain Medicine and Computer Science - held in Vienna, Austria from 8 to 10 February 2017.
- Brusini Irene - Dependency of neural tracts' curvature estimations on tractography methods
- Mileski Vanja - Multi-target prediction of motor impairment caused by Parkinson's disease using imaging scans
- Pisanu Claudia - Convergent analysis of genome-wide data suggests association of zinc finger genes with lithium response in bipolar disorder
- Vrizzi Stefano - Probabilistic framework simulating artificially-induced neural plasticity by a bidirectional Brain-Computer-Spinal Cord Interface
- Baumbach Andreas - Bayesian Computing with Spikes
- Billaudelle Sebastian - Short-term plasticity for neuromorphic systems
- Bogdan Petrut - Neurogenesis on SpiNNaker
- Kriener Laura - Neuronal Dynamics: Silicon vs. Biology
- Massi Elisa - Real-time neuromorphic encoding of visual stimuli acquired with a camera through Labview interface
- Diaz-Pier Sandra - Efficiently navigating through structural connectivity parameter spaces for multiscale whole brain simulations
- Mauch Christian - Forging an Ensemble of Neuromorphic Chips into a Large-Scale Neural Network Emulation Platform
- Nilsen André Sevenius - Markers of Consciousness before, during, and after anesthesia - A planned TMS-EEG study
- Schreiber Korbinian - The Play Pen - Accelerated embodiment for accelerated hardware
- Verbist Christophe - The dynamical response properties of cortical neurons in silico
Kocev Dragi - Machine learning for complex and heterogeneous neurological data
1st HBP Student Conference - Transdisciplinary Research Linking Neuroscience, Brain Medicine and Computer Science
8-10 February 2017, Campus of the University of Vienna, Austria
Lecture: Machine learning for complex and heterogeneous neurological data
Speaker: Dragi Kocev, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia