Spotlight presentations

The program committee has selected eight excellent abstracts covering a wide range of topics for spotlight presentations.

Presenters are asked to prepare a 1-slide, 4-minute talk to advertise their poster or demo. These presentations will be held before the poster and demo sessions of Congress days 1 and 2 (September 4 and 5).


Spotlight presentations 12:10-12:30, September 4:

Christian Haselgrove, Department of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA
Poster ID: P053
Title: The Child's Brain: Applications of the Internet Brain Volume Database (IBVD)

Chris Lau, Allen Institute for Brain Science, WA, USA
Demo ID: D16
Title: Visualization and exploration of the transcriptomic landscape of the human brain

Jasmin Leveille, Center of Excellence for Learning in Education, Science, and Technology, Boston University, USA
Demo ID: D33
Title: Learning to see in a virtual world

Marcel Oberlaender, Max Planck Florida Institute, Jupiter
Poster ID: P037
Title: 3D reverse engineering and simulation of signal flow in anatomically realistic neuronal networks

Spotlight presentations 12:10-12:30, September 5:

Rembrandt Bakker, Donders Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands
Demo ID: D13
Title: Plugin architecture for the INCF Scalable Brain Atlas: CoCoMac and beyond

Felipe Gerhard, Brain Mind Institute, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Poster ID: P018
Title: Estimation of functional connectivity using coupled Gamma processes

Ken Sugino, Brandeis University, USA
Poster ID: P070
Title: Automated Atlas Annotation for Transgenic Mouse Lines

Tal Yarkoni, University of Colorado - Boulder, USA
Demo ID: D36
Title: NeuroSynth: a new platform for large-scale automated synthesis of human functional neuroimaging data

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