USING NEURON TO MODEL CELLS AND NETWORKS

Satellite Symposium, Society for Neuroscience Meeting

9 AM - 5 PM on Friday, October 18, 2019
Location: Downtown Chicago, site TBA

Speakers to include Ted Carnevale, Robert McDougal

Description

This course is designed for neuroscience experimentalists, theoreticians, and modelers with a wide range of backgrounds. It emphasizes practical issues that are key to the most productive use of NEURON, an advanced simulation environment for realistic modeling of biological neurons and neural circuits. Through lectures and live computer demonstrations, we will address topics that include the following:

Each registrant will receive a comprehensive set of notes that include the latest powerful tips for using Python with NEURON, working with legacy hoc code, and including reaction-diffusion in models.

To make the registration fee as low as possible, the course does not provide catered coffee breaks or lunch; however, a coffee shop and cafeteria are nearby.

Registration is limited to 35 individuals on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Registration Deadline
Friday, October 4, 2019
NO on-site registration will be accepted.

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Address other inquiries to:

Ted Carnevale
phone 203-494-7381
email ted dot carnevale at yale dot edu

About NEURON:

NEURON runs on hardware that ranges from standalone PCs and workstations to massively parallel supercomputers. It is distributed free of charge from https://www.neuron.yale.edu/


Using NEURON to Model Cells and Networks
Satellite Symposium, Society for Neuroscience Meeting
Friday, October 18, 2019
Chicago, IL