Satellite symposium on 27th “Human brain dynamics research in connectome era”

Recent human connectome researches have revealed macro-scale network organizations of human brain. Using diffusion MRI and resting-state fMRI, whole-brain structural and functional network can be identified and it has been found that identified network can predict personal traits such as age, sex, IQ and mental illness. However dynamic interactions on brain network and their functional role have been largely unknown yet. In this symposium, we will discuss current achievements and future direction of human brain dynamics research in connectome era.

Date          : 27th November, Monday, 2017
Time          : 13:00-18:00 Symposium (50 min talk and 10 min discussion)
                    18:00-19:00 Brain-tech Workshop
                    19:00-20:30 Social-gathering

Venue         : ATR, 2-2-2 Hikaridai Seika-cho, Soraku-gun, Kyoto 619-0288 Japan
Organizer   : Okito Yamashita, Ph.D. (Neural Information Analysis Laboratories, ATR)
Fee             : Symposium & Workshop: Free to join.
                     Social-gathering: 1,000 yen
Registration: Please click here to send a registration e-mail.
                     Symposium: No deadline
                     Workshop & Social: Registration CLOSED :Deadline: Nov. 19,             Sunday (The registration will be closed as soon as the number of         participants reaches the capacity.)

PART 1. Brain Dynamics Symposium (Chair: Okito Yamashita)
*Please click the titles to see the abstracts.

13:00-13:10 Opening remarks

13:10-14:10 Sylvain Baillet, Ph.D
Montreal Neurological Institute,
McGill University
“Mechanisms & dynamical structure of brain rhythms: from rest to perception”

14:10-15:10 Okito Yamashita, Ph.D
Computational Brain Imaging, Neural Information Analysis Lab, ATR
“Multi-modal integration approach to understand event-related brain dynamics”

15:10-15:40 Coffee break

15:40-16:40 Roberto D. Pascual-Marqui, Ph.D, PD
The KEY Institute for Brain Mind Research, University of Zurich
Department of Neuropsychiatry, Kansai Medical University

“A narrow review of methods, problems and solutions for the discovery of cortical information flow from EEG/MEG”

16:40-17:40 Keiichi Kitajo, Ph.D
RIKEN Brain Science Institute
“Perturbational and computational approaches to nonlinear human brain dynamics”

17:40-17:45 Closing remarks

PART 2. Brain-tech Workshop (Co-organizer: Keihanna Research Complex)
18:00-19:00 Panel discussion on “Future applications of neuroimaging”
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19:00-20:30 Social-gathering (Drink and food)

The Brain Dynamics Symposium is supported by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology.