Upcoming Events

Chalk Talks

26th Annual Joint Symposium on Neural Computation

WHEN: Saturday, June 1, 2019
WHERE: USC, Michelson Center for Convergent Biosciences

Keynote speaker: Terry Sejnowski, Salk Institute
Website: jointsymposium.org

 

2019 Rockwood Memorial Lecture

Date: TBD

Annual / Recurring INC Events

INC Chalk Talk Series

The INC chalk talk series meets bi-weekly as a forum for interactive exchange on all aspects of neural computation. The purpose of these meetings is to foster the collaborative interactions between INC members and with colleagues across campus, and to stimulate new ideas and research initiatives. Each meeting features one of the core or affiliated INC faculty labs/groups, with informal presentation of late-breaking research and new research directions. The meetings are open to the community, and we encourage broad participation across campus. Contact us for further information, or to schedule a presentation.
When: Thursdays bi-weekly Fall through Spring; Where: SDSC East Building, E-145, UCSD

Annual Joint Symposium on Neural Computation
In 1994, INC held the first Joint Symposium on Neural Computation with the California Institute of Technology. This Symposium brought together students and faculty for a day of short presentations. Since then, this Symposium has rotated between San Diego, Caltech, UCI, UCLA and USC. The Symposium now provides members with the latest research efforts over the past year. This all day event held in May is open to the INC members and the Industrial Affiliate Program members.

H. Paul Rockwood Memorial Lectureship
INC sponsors the H. Paul Rockwood Memorial Lectureship held annually. The Rockwood Memorial Lectureship Fund was gifted to the Institute by Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Rockwood in memory of their late son's interest, studies, and work in the neural computation field.

INC Cognitive Neuroscience Spring Retreat
In conjunction with the KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research

EEGLAB Workshop
This annual EEGLAB workshop introduces and demonstrates the use of EEGLAB and EEGLAB plug-in tools for performing analysis of EEG and related data, and includes overview talks on principles of EEG data analysis, detailed method expositions, and practical exercises. The workshops are held throughout the world and each workshop accepts forty to one hundred and fifty attendees. Click here to read an article about the EEGLAB Workshops, and here for last year's event page.

Mozart & The Mind
Mozart and the Mind annually brings together internationally leading figures in the sciences, medicine, and the arts to communicate contemporary research and insights exploring the impact of music on our brain, health, and lives. Learn how former INC members became involved!