Special Issue on Connectomes
We are very excited to announce that Brain Connectivity Journal as approved a special issue on connectomics! The deadline for submission is Jan. 5th, 2018. We encourage anyone to submit paper, however in the next several weeks an email will be sent to a select number of accepted CNI papers to submit a journal version of their workshop paper.
Brain Connectivity Journal: Special Issue on Connectomics
Connectomics is the study of whole brain maps of connectivity, commonly referred to as the brain connectome, that focuses on quantifying, visualizing, and understanding brain network organization including their applications in neuroimaging. The primary academic objective is to bring together computational researchers (computer scientist, data scientist, computation neuroscientist) to discuss new advancements in network construction, analysis, and visualization techniques in connectomics and their use in clinical diagnosis and group comparison studies. The secondary academic objective to attract neuroscientist and clinicians to show recent advancements in connectomics, and how connectomics is successfully applied in various neuroimaging applications. MICCAI-CNI 2017 will feature a single-track workshop with keynote speakers, technical paper presentations, poster sessions, and demonstrations of the state-of-the-art techniques, concepts, and applications.