1st HBP Student Conference - Transdisciplinary Research Linking Neuroscience, Brain Medicine and Computer Science

Edited by: Nikola Simidjievski, Andrea Santuy, Miriam Menzel, Jovan Tanevski, Vitali Karasenko, Tara Mahfoud, Viktoria Tipotsch, Theresa Rass, Alois Saria

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 978-2-88945-421-1

Product Name: Frontiers Abstract Book

We are pleased to present the proceedings of the 1st Human Brain Project Student Conference - Transdisciplinary Research Linking Neuroscience, Brain Medicine and Computer Science - held in Vienna, Austria from 8 to 10 February 2017. The conference provides an open forum for exchange of new ideas among young researchers working on various aspects of neuroscience relevant to the Human Brain Project (HBP). The scope of the conference offers a plethora of opportunities for extensive scientific discussions, both intra- and inter-disciplinary, among peers and faculty through a variety of discussion sessions, lectures and social events. We invited original high quality submissions describing innovative research in all research disciplines addressing the HBP research program. Particularly encouraged were submissions with a potential to inspire the research community by introducing new and relevant problems, concepts, and ideas, even if the work was at an early stage of development. The accepted abstracts cover a wide range of topics that emphasize theoretical and empirical foundations as well as novel approaches to specific problems with respect to the subprojects of the Human Brain Project. We would like to use this opportunity to thank all authors for submitting their work to the 1st HBP Student Conference. We hope that the readers will enjoy the selected set of abstracts and that these contributions will inspire and encourage new interactions, discussions and opportunities beneficial to the authors, the Human Brain Project community as well as the communities of neuroscience, brain medicine and computer science.

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