The 2023 edition of the Quantitative Magnetic Resonance (QMRI) Conference will take place online from November 29 to December 1st.
Latest scientific and public events
Registration is now open to attend the Technical Launch of the EEGNet Platform, which will feature a demonstration of the platform and invite questions and new users to participate in the platform.
The 2023 Open Science in Action symposium will take place on November 30 at the Montreal neurological Institute. The symposium will focus on how Open Science is becoming the New Normal in research, featuring speakers from leading international and local initiatives.
The cerebrum team invites you to its lecture series held most Fridays at 3 p.m. from September to April. Cerebrum brings together a group of researchers interested in neuropsychology as well as cognitive and computational neuroscience at the Université de Montréal.
A workshop on neural networks in electrophysiological and functional imaging will take place at the Centre de recherches mathématiques at the Université de Montréal from November 20 to December 1, 2023.
Open Science Office Hours (OSOH) is a new initiative funded by the Tanenbaum Open Science Institute at the Neuro that holds monthly lectures on different topics within open science. OSOH events are free and open to all!
The next in-person edition of the Art of Imaging exhibition will take place at the Montreal Convention Center from October 15-19, 2023, during the Amazing Brain Week and the World Congress of Neurology. The exhibition will be displayed in a public space and is free and open to all!
Registration and submissions for oral presentations are open for a scientific workshop on Vascular and Metabolic Modeling of the Brain at Large Scale that will take place at Université de Montréal on October 12-20.
On September 8th at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal, the IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium 2023 is organizing a satellite symposium focused on the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the context of biomedical ultrasound imaging. Through a grant obtained from QBIN, the registration fee of $100 can be reimbursed to you after the congress for up to 20 members, on a first-come, first-served basis.
On Tuesday July 18, local neuroscientists from Quebec universities will speak about their fascinating research on brain imaging. Talks will be delivered in English and French, and are free to the general public.