2020 Neural Computation and Engineering Connection Registration
The 2020 Neural Computation and Engineering Connection (NCEC) will be half a day (~11:30am-6pm) on Thursday, January 30, 2020 and all day (~8:30am-6pm) on Friday, January 31, 2020.

Registration is free but required. The last day to register is Thursday, January 16, 2020.

Thursday's events will be at the Husky Union Building (HUB) rooms 332 and 334, starting with a poster session during lunch, followed by student talks, a keynote lecture by Karunesh Ganguly (UCSF), and a panel discussion on ethics in neuroscience.

Friday's events will be all-day at the Bill & Melinda Gates Center (CSE2) Zillow Commons, and will include: keynote talks by Terry Sejnowski (Salk Institute), Eva Dyer (Georgia Tech) and Michel Maharbiz (UC Berkeley), talks by UW faculty Ione Fine (Psychology), Nathan Kutz (Applied Math), Hesam Jahanian (Radiology), and David Gire (Psychology), and talks by senior UWIN postdoctoral fellows. NCEC will end with a late afternoon reception on Friday.

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

Contact Alison Mehravari, amehrava@uw.edu, and Jessica Huszar, huszarjm@uw.edu, with any questions.
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Includes a poster session during lunch, student talks, a keynote lecture by Karunesh Ganguly (UCSF), and a panel discussion on ethics in neuroscience.
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