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ICANN 2005 special workshop on Neuroinformatics

Andrzej Wróbel
ICANN 2005
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks
September 11-15, 2005
Warsaw, Poland

Call for Papers

ICANN 2005 special workshop on Neuroinformatics

Scope & Topics:

Neuroinformatics is a new research field devoted to the development of
neuroscience data and knowledge bases together with computational models
and analytical tools for the sharing, integration and analysis of
experimental data and the advancement of theories of nervous system
function. The growing NI community organizes itself on the occasion of
the conferences devoted to its many basic research areas to discuss
different point of views on experimental data, ontology, meta data,
analytical tools and computational models of the nervous system. The
primary data would include experiments and experimental conditions
concerning the genomic, molecular, structural, cellular, networks,
systems and behavioral level, in all species and preparations in both
normal and disordered states.

Due to activity of many national activities and special OECD program NI
spreads gradually around the world. This workshop brings together some
of the European and Japanese projects in this area, as well as
interested research workers from other centers.

The session is being organized in Toruń, September 15th after ICAAN
Conference in parallel to other workshops. Topics of interest include
new analytical methods decomposing electrical field potentials recorded
in the brain and internet tools supporting international cooperation in
this area. The contributors who have already volunteered to the program

Dr Daniel Wojcik (Nencki Institute, Warsaw)
Decomposition of evoked potentials in the brain

Dr Stéphane Gaëtan Roux (Ecole Normale superieure de Lyon)
Wavelet analysis of frequency composition dynamics
of stimulus-evoked potential with respect to respiratory cycle.

Prof Andrzej Nowak (Warsaw School of Social Psychology and Florida
Atlantic University)
Feedback circuits in neural models

Dr Maciej Kaminski (Warsaw University)
Multichannel EEG analysis

Dr Piotr Durka (Warsaw University)
A methodological unification of electreencephalography

Prof. A. Cichocki (Riken BSI, Tokyo)
New tools and perspectives for human brain computer interface based
on EEG and

Prof Shiro Usui (Riken BSI, Tokyo)
Modeling approach and neuroinformatics in vision science

Prof. K. Blinowska (Warsaw University)
Neuroinformatics in the net.

The list is not closed and interested contributors are welcome. You may
also choose to send a paper without oral presentation during the workshop.

Submission of Papers:

Papers for the workshop will be published in the Springer Lecture Notes
in Computational Intelligence, focused on the workshop theme. To make
the book more attractive each volume should have a clearly defined topic
and may contain additional, invited papers as well as papers of tutorial

Important dates:
30 April, 2005: Deadline for paper submission (full papers).
30 May, 2005: Notification of acceptance.
15 June, 2005: Deadline for Camera Ready Papers.

Workshop organizers and chair:

Shiro Usui
Neuroinformatics Lab.,
Riken Brain Science Institute
2-1 Hirosawa, Wako 351-0198, Japan

Andrzej Wróbel
Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology
3 Pasteur Street, 02-093 Warsaw, Poland