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2012 CCN workshop: Computational approaches to brain connectivity

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

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

Speakers and talk titles

Hervé Abdi, University of Texas Dallas

Multi-Table Models for Connectivity Analysis (Parts One and Two)

 

Stephen Strother, University of Toronto

The Ugly, the Bad and the Good of Predictive Modeling for Functional Brain Networks

 

Pierre Bellec, University of Montreal

Multiscale and multilevel bootstrap analysis of stable clusters in fMRI

 

Steve Petersen, Washington University

Large scale functional networks: subnetworks and hubs

 

Koene van Dijk, Harvard University

Resting State Functional Connectivity: Promises and Pitfalls

 

Uri Hasson, Princeton University

Inter-subject functional connectivity: a new tool for exploring the mechanisms of dyadic social interactions

 

Christian Beaulieu, University of Alberta

The KISS principle applied to diffusion tensor tractography of the human brain

 

Yu-Chien Wu, Dartmouth

Diffusion MRI and fiber orientation function

 

Carl-Fredrik Westin, Harvard University

Novel opportunities in diffusion MRI

 

Saad Jbabdi, Oxford University

Recent developments in data acquisition, pre-processing and modelling of diffusion MRI data for human connectomics

 

Barry Horwitz, National Institute of Deafness and other Communication Disorders

Overview of Computational Approaches to Brain Connectivity

Videos of Talks

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Last Updated: 10/27/13