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  • Keynote announcement

    Viktor Jirsa, PhD

    Institut de Neurosciences
    des Systemès

    Elisabeth Bik, PhD

    Microbiome Digest

    Danilo Bzdok, MD, PhD

    Mila - Quebec Artificial
    Intelligence Institute

    Timo Dicksheid, PhD

    Jülich Research Center

    Hanchuan Peng, PhD

    SEU-ALLEN
    Joint Center
  • Brain Meets AI
    Pioneering the Future of Neuroinformatics

Neuroinformatics Assembly

The INCF Assembly is a unique venue where neuroscience standards developers, infrastructure providers, and software developers have the opportunity to interact with the research community to share the latest advancements in neuroinformatics.

For the first time since 2019, we're going to host an in-person Assembly, and we've chosen Austin, Texas.
Assembly will run from Sep 23-25, with training activities from Sep 26-27.

Theme for this year is Brain Meets AI: Pioneering the Future of Neuroinformatics.

Brain Meets AI: Pioneering the Future of Neuroinformatics

Harnessing groundbreaking instruments and methodologies, we are mapping brain architecture and functionality at an extraordinary resolution and scale, producing vast datasets. This surge of information demands innovative computational approaches and broad collaborations, setting the stage for AI-driven discovery. The 2024 INCF Assembly will highlight the transformative impact of state-of-the-art technology and collective ingenuity on our comprehension of the brain. Immerse yourself in the cutting edge of brain science, where innovative tools, shared expertise, and the pursuit of understanding meet to decode the essence of intelligence.

Session 1
FAIR neuroscience
Session 2
Technologies for large-scale computation and team science
Session 3
Applications of AI to neuroscience research
Session 4
Closing the discovery loop and digital twins

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Who should attend?

The INCF Assembly caters to two main groups: 

  • Neuroscience and/or neuroinformatics researchers interested in learning how to implement FAIR data management and sharing practices in their research, tools, and infrastructures.
  • Standards developers, infrastructure providers and software developers interested in learning about the latest advancements in the state of the art, increasing community adoption of their infrastructures and software, improving their craft, and those dedicated to working collaboratively with the community to develop solutions that support open, FAIR neuroscience.

”I just wanted thank you and others in INCF on behalf of the ARTEM-IS team for inviting us to present our workshop at the INCF assembly and organising the meeting of all Working Groups. Not only that both were great opportunities for us and we have gotten new ideas from them, but we also felt very welcome and pleasant at the entire event, even though it was online.” - Anđela Šoškić, Co-chair, ARTEM-IS Working Group.