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The Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting

July 17-21 2005, Madison, Wisconsin (USA)

CNS *2005 will be held in Madison, Wisconsin from July 17 - 21. The international Computational Neuroscience meeting (CNS) is a premier forum for presenting experimental and theoretical results exploring the biology of computation in the brain. In 2003, the founding executive committee, composed of Christiane Linster, Todd Troyer, Linda Larson-Prior, Erik De Schutter and Philip Ulinski, created a formal structure in order to guarantee the continuation of this successful meeting. Today, the organization is governed by a 15-20 member rotating board of directors, including an executive committee composed of a president, vice-President, treasurer, chair of the program-committee and local organizer.

Conforming to the CNS tradition, the Board of Directors is composed of an international group of computational neuroscientists including graduate students, postdoctoral associates and faculty. A separate program committee selects the individual presentations for each meeting. We encourage all members of the diverse computational community to contribute to making CNS a fun and productive meeting and to nominate themselves or others to serve on the rotating Board of Directors.

The Computational Neuroscience Meeting is held yearly (around mid-July) in varying locations in North America and Europe. Currently, the meeting is held in Europe once every three years.

More info about CNS*2005 and the organizing committee

Information and administration :

Christiane Linster