Computational Brain Imaging Workshop 6 May 2016 (Friday)
MRI and EEG/MEG offer exciting opportunities to study the human brain in-vivo. However, the measurements are typically high-dimensional and noisy. Consequently, human neuroscience relies heavily on computational techniques from machine learning, statistics, signal processing and graph theory to process, analyze and yield scientific discoveries.
A Headstart in the Pharmaceutical & Biotech Industry
An event where young professionals & students can gather and share the experiences of working in various areas of the pharmaceutical/biotech industry. Free registration for Students and YPs (Young Professionals).