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21st edition

Brain Week 2019

The Inria Sophia Antipolis - Mediterranean research centre will be involved on several occasions during Brain Week.

  • Date : 8/03/2019 to 18/03/2019
  • Place : Biot, Valbonne, Mouans-Sartoux, Nice
  • Guest(s) : Maureen CLERC - Serena VILLATA - Francis EUSTACHE - Alexandra KONIG - Philippe ROBERT - Luigi ANTELMI - Radia ZEGHARI
  • Organiser(s) : Société des Neurosciences

This international event, organized simultaneously in about 100 countries and more than 120 cities in France, aims to raise awareness among the general public of the importance of brain research. It is an opportunity for many researchers, doctors and student volunteers to meet the public and share with them the advances made in neuroscience research laboratories, to present the challenges for brain knowledge and the implications for our society.

The complete Côte d'Azur program is available online on the dedicated website.

Here is the detailed list of interventions involving scientists from the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Mediterranean Centre (registration required): 

14/03 : Maureen CLERC's conference « Interface cerveau-machine  » - Biot;

15/03 : Conference by Serena VILLATA and Francis EUSTACHE « Intelligence artificielle, écran et mémoire  » - Valbonne;

16/03 : Maureen CLERC's conference and demonstration « Interface cerveau-machine  » - Mouans-Sartoux;

18/03 : Nice CHU Day, the General Public & Health – two conferences « 3 mousquetaires pour le cerveau : recherche enseignements soin  » and « Utilisation de l'intelligence artificielle et l'analyse automatisée du langage pour évaluer les troubles cognitifs et les émotions chez les sujets âgés  » with Alexandra KONIG and Philippe ROBERT;

18/03 : Nice CHU Day, the General Public & Health « Médecine numérique cerveau cognition et comportement : quand les algorithmes viennent au service de la clinique  » with Luigi ANTELMI and Radia ZEGHARI.

Keywords: Memory Artificial intelligence Cognition Conference Brain-machine Digital medicine Brain