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Summer workshops

The CCN organizes summer workshops on selected topics in cognitive neuroscience.  The workshops are held at Dartmouth.  Invited speakers bring younger investigators from their laboratories, who are encouraged to present their own work in posters.  Dartmouth faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students are invited to attend the talks and social events and to present posters on their own research.

2016

Predictive coding

Organizers: James Haxby, Hervé Abdi, Lars Mückli, Sam Nastase, and Adina Roskies

Sponsored by the Center for Cognitive  Neuroscience

Dates: August 15 and August 16

Location: The Hanover Inn, Hanover, NH

link to 2016 workshop videos

Past year workshops

2014

Social Perception

Organizers: Jon Freeman, Brad Duchaine, M Ida Gobbini

Co-sponsored by the CCN and the Center for Social Brain Sciences at Dartmouth

 link to 2014 workshop videos

Decoding population responses

Organizers: James Haxby, Hervé Abdi, Hany Farid, Swaroop Guntupalli, Peter Tse

Co-sponsored by the CCN and the Neukom Institute for Computational Science

link to 2014 workshop videos

AFNI workshop

Organizers: M Ida Gobbini and Sam Nastase

2011

Population coding of high-level representations

Organizers: James Haxby, Hany Farid, Peter Tse

Co-sponsored by the CCN and the Neukom Institute for Computational Sciences

 link to 2011 workshop videos

2012

Computational approaches to brain connectivity

Organizers: James Haxby, Hervé Abdi, Yu-Chien Wu, Swaroop Guntupalli

Co-sponsored by the CCN and the Neukom Institute for Computational Sciences

 link to 2012 workshop videos

Last Updated: 9/7/16