BrainModes 2008: Neural oscillations and (multi-)frequency locking
December 12-13, 2008, VU University Amsterdam
For the special issue on Brainmodes in the Journal of Neuroscience Methods, click here.
“BrainModes” is an annual scientific summit which seeks to explore innovative means of understanding complex brain activity and multimodal neuroscience data sets. The inaugural meeting was held in Berlin last November (see http://www.berlin-neuroimagingcenter.de/workshop) with the aim to foster an interdisciplinary, open-minded discussion of brain modeling and multivariate data analysis (EEG, MEG, fMRI, etc). The central motif is that of “modes” – that is, understanding how complex brain activity is organized around low dimensional manifolds. The year’s central objectives are neural oscillations and (multi-)frequency locking.
P. Ritter (petra.ritter [at] charite.de)
Berlin Neuroimaging Center and Department of Neurology, Charité
Charitéplatz 1, 10117 Berlin, Germany
M. Breakspear (mbreak [at] unsw.edu.au)
School of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales, Black Dog Institute
Hospital Road, Randwick, New South Wales, 2031, Australia
- Pictures of the BrainModes2008 meeting
- Background and objective
- Confirmed participants