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Computational Brain Connectivity Mapping
The CoBCoM Winter School Workshop is targeted at graduate students, early career and senior researchers interested and working in structural and functional brain connectivities via multi imaging modalities including diffusion MRI, functional MRI, MEG, and EEG.
Place : Palais des congrès, Antibes-Juan les Pins
- Computational Brain Connectivity Mapping
- Inria - Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
- ERC AdG "CoBCoM
As set out by national research and innovation strategy, the alliances are in charge of transforming the strategic aims into consistent sets of programmes, thanks to the reflection and coordination of the different players involved in research. Inria is a founding member of Allistene, a member of Aviesan and an associate member of the Ancre alliance.
European Research Council 2017
Associate research professor at the Athena project-team at Inria Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée, Demian Wassermann has just received a prestigious 2017 "Starting Grant" from European Research Council (ERC).Specialist on mathematical and computational modelling of the brain, he is going to pursue his research in the formalisation of current anatomical knowledge into a domain specific language (DSL). Meeting with the new laureate, who tells us about his carreer and projects.
- Inria - Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée Research Centre
- Computational neuroanatomy
Maureen Clerc, a researcher in the Athena project team at Inria, has been awarded the Pierre Faurre* Prize by the French Academy of Sciences in recognition of her work on the modelling and interpretation of electrical signals in the brain.
The purpose of the ATHENA project-team, created in July 2010, is to explore the central nervous system (CNS, brain and spinal cord) using computational imaging and the support of two major categories of methods: diffusion MRI (dMRI) and magneto-electroencephalography (MEEG). This team is led by Rachid Deriche.
Emmanuel Caruyer worked his thesis while working as part of the Athena project team directed by Rachid Deriche, at the Inria research centre at Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée. He will receive the ATRIF (French Association for the Recognition and Interpretation of Forms) 2013 prize during the RFIA (Recognition of Form and Artificial Intelligence) conference to be held from June 30th to July 4th in Rouan.
honours and prizes
Rachid Deriche, director of research and head of the project team "Athena" from Research Center Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée, has received the title of Honorary Doctor (honoris causa) from the University of Sherbrooke. The title was awarded at the academic certificates conferment ceremony held on September 20 at the University of Sherbrooke.