Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS)


Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS)

The Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS) organizes the international Computational Neuroscience meeting (CNS) each year. CNS is a premier forum for experimental and theoretical results addressing computation in the brain.

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Started by Markus A. Dahlem. Last reply by Axel Hutt Dec 10, 2010.

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Comment by OCNS; Computational Neuroscience on February 9, 2011 at 6:33am


Dear all,

this year the Computational Neuroscience Conference is located in Stockholm / Sweden ( The theme of the conference is Neuronal network structure and dynamics in function and dysfunction and keynote speakers are

  • Ivan Soltesz, Department for Anatomy & Neurobiology, University of California Irvine, USA
  • Peter Tass, Team 'Brain Pacemaker', Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • Anders Lansner, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

The main meeting starts July 24 and lasts for 3 days. Moreover, some tutorials are offered the day before the main meeting at July 23 and workshops at July 27 and 28 close the event. 

You may find more information on

If you want to participate actively in the conference, you may submit an abstract for a poster or oral presentation ( or propose an own workshop (until May 15). If you would like to present your work at an already registered workshop, you may contact the workshop organizer and apply for a presentation, see the link to the workshops above.

Hope to see you in Stockholm.

Comment by Istvan Bokkon on August 27, 2009 at 9:56am
István Bókkon: Chemical and bioengineer, PhD doctorandus at Semmelweis University, Member of Hungarian Biochemical Society, Associate professor at Vision Research Institute, 428 Great Road Suite 11, Acton, MA 01720 USA

I deal with the natural biophysical substrate of visual perception and visual imagery.The main goal of my research is to prove that intrinsic pictures can be emerged by redox and biophoton processes in retinotopically organized cytochrome oxidase rich neurons of visual areas during visual imagery, visual hallucination, and REM dream pictures within the brain. You can read some of my papers on this website.
I do not claim to solve the secret of consciousness, but propose that the evolution in the higher levels of complexity made possible the intrinsic picture representation of the external visual world by regulated redox and bioluminescent biophotons in the visual system during visual perception and visual imagery.
Comment by Nathan W. Schultheiss on July 29, 2009 at 12:20pm
I posted a few pictures from Berlin on my profile page. Feel free to peruse.

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