Neuromatch 3.0

2020.10.26 | MITT

Neuromatch 3.0

2020.10.23 | MITT

A conference made for the whole neuroscience community

Based on the successful mind-matching session at the Cognitive Computational Neuroscience (CCN) conference and previous Neuromatch conference with more than 6k attendees, we decided to create an online unconference for all neuroscientists. We are building a better online experience for neuroscience conferences by making them more open, inclusive, and democratic.

Registration & Submission

Registration date · Anytime before October 30

Submission date · October 7, 2020 | We welcome all abstracts in any topic area within neuroscience!

Main Conference · October 26 - 30, 2020

Agenda · Available on Static Agenda | Agenda | Abstract Browser

Registration Fees · $25 | Pay after registration on payment page, fee waiver is available, free for non-scientists

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Program Committees

  • Theme A: Development, Neurodegenerative Disorders and Injury
  • Guillermina López-Bendito (Instituto de Neurociencias UMH-CSIC, Alicante Spain), Rosa Cossart (INSERM, Group leader at INMED), Denis Jabaudon (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Gaia Novarino (IST Austria)
  • Theme B: Neural Excitability, Synapses, and Glia
  • Attila Losonczy (Columbia University), Judit Makara (Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungary), Ragnhildur Thora Karadottir (Cambridge University), Robert Froemke (NYU Grossman School of Medicine)
  • Theme C: Sensory & Motor Systems, and Physiology/Behavior
  • Peter Strick (University of Pittsburgh), James Finley (University of Southern California), Lena Ting (Emory University), Kunlin Wei (Peking University), Jackie Schiller (Technion University, Israel)
  • Theme D: Cognition Motivation and Emotion
  • Manuel Mameli (University of Lausanne), Eve DeRosa (Cornell University), Andre Fenton (NYU), Ute Habel (University of Aachen)
  • Theme E: Computation and Techniques
  • Christiane Linster (Cornell University), Polina Anikeeva (MIT), Doug Weber (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Theme F: History, Education and Society
  • Nancy Kanwisher (MIT), Adrienne Fairhall (University of Washington)