Computational Neuroscience Group Retreat 2005

RETREAT 2003 RETREAT 2005

Thursday October 13th, 2005

9:00AM - 4:00(ish)PM

Longfellow's Wayside Inn, Sudbury, MA

AGENDA
INFORMAL PRESENTATION INFORMATION
LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
REGISTRATION

Please contact
sladieu@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu
with any questions. RSVP required.

AGENDA

Thursday October 13, 2005, 9:00AM - 4:00(ish)PM

Coffee, Chat, and Welcome

Stephanie and Rob will discuss agenda and aims of the retreat.

Individual Informal Presentations

10 minute presentation from each member of the group.

Lunch

Grants

Collaborative efforts usually require the use of more "brains" and resources. Therefore, this portion of our retreat is set aside to outline possible grant opportunities and establish realistic aims and deadlines.

Moving Forward

General discussion of what's next including creating awareness in the Martinos and greater neuroscience community of our united front via a webpage and Brainmap speakers...etc

INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS

Each presentation should address the following three bullet points:

  1. What computational neuroscience means to me.
  2. My current computational projects and interests.
  3. What I envision gaining from, and contributing to, the computational neuroscience group.

The purpose of these presentations is to clarify common interests and themes of importance within our group, and to identify how we can work together to strengthen our research agendas.

LOCATION and DIRECTIONS

Longfellow's Wayside Inn

75 Wayside Inn Road
Sudbury, Massachusetts

Directions

Take Mass. Turnpike (Rt. 90) West to Rt. 128 North. Take exit 26, Rt. 20 West for 11 miles. Go right at large green sign "Wayside Inn Road." The Inn is 1/4 mile down on your right (parking on your left). For additional directions, see the directions page at the Wayside website.

REGISTRATION

Name:
Lab Group:
Email:
Position:
Brief description of your work:
Do you plan to participate in the 10min presentations on our current projects and interests?
   YES    NO
What does computational Neuroscience mean to you?
If you have any comments or suggestions regarding any aspect of this year's retreat, please, speak up!

Please contact sladieu@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu with any questions.

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