Topics of interests include but are not limited to:
1. New developments in connectome construction from different imaging modalities
2. Development of data driven techniques to identify biomarkers in connectome data
3. Brain network modeling and formal conceptual models of connectome data
4. Machine learning algorithms and connectome data analysis
5. Evaluation and validation of connectome models
6. New cutting-edge graphic techniques to visualize connectome data
7. High performance computational techniques (include GPU, parallel, and cloud computing
8. Longitudinal connectome data analysis (e.g. brain development and aging studies)
9. Multi-modal and combinatorial fusion of connectome data
10. Computer assisted diagnosis systems and connectomics
Best Paper Award
This year we are proud to announce the best paper award will be sponsored by the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility (INCF). Note: only full length papers are eligible for this award.
The award includes:
1. INCF 2019 conference registration fees will be waived to a student/postdoc that submits and presents an abstract.
2. INCF 2019 conference 30% discount will be given to anyone else that submits and presents an abstract.
3. One kickass coffee cup!
"INCF promotes the field of neuroinformatics and aims to advance data reuse and reproducibility in global brain research".
Best Poster Award
This year we are proud to announce the best poster award will be sponsored by the Computer Science department at the College of Charleston. Note: full length papers and abstracts are eligible for this award.
The award includes the coveted 3d print of Brent's brain on a key chain!
Yes, you will be the talk of the town!!