2018 Neural Computation and Engineering Connection Registration
The 2018 Neural Computation and Engineering Connection (NCEC) will be on the afternoon of Thursday, January 18, 2018 and all day Friday, January 19, 2018.

Registration is free but required. The last day to register is Monday, January 8th.

Thursday's main NCEC events will be at the CSNE (Russell Hall Suite 204, 1414 NE 42nd St.) from 11:15am-4:30pm. Thursday evening will end with a launch event and reception in the Health Sciences Building for the new UW Computational Neuroscience Center (5-7:30pm). Friday's events will be all-day at the Husky Union Building (HUB) room 250, with an evening reception in HUB 145.

More information about the schedule can be found at: http://uwin.washington.edu/ncec/

Contact Alison Mehravari, amehrava@uw.edu, with any questions.

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Do you plan to attend the NCEC events on Thursday 1/18 from 11:15am-4:30pm (at the CSNE)? *
Includes a poster session over lunch, a keynote lecture by Allison Okamura (Stanford), and short talks by UWIN and Computational Neuroscience fellows.
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Do you plan to attend the launch event and reception for the new UW Computational Neuroscience Center on Thursday 1/18 from 5-7:30pm (at the Health Sciences Building)? *
Do you plan to attend the second day of NCEC events on Friday 1/19 from 8:00am-7:00pm, at the HUB? *
Includes a discussion of neuroethics over breakfast, keynote lectures by Takaki Komiyama, Vivian Mushahwar, Loren Frank, Ila Fiete, and David Reinkensmeyer; talks by UW faculty members Azadeh Yazdan, Amy Orsborn, Sheri Mizumori, and Nino Ramirez; and talks by senior UWIN postdocs. Ends with an early evening reception.
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