A. Goodarzinick (left) and M. Madadi Asl (right) presented their recent works at 26th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting: CNS 2017, 15-20 July, Antwerp, Belgium. The proceedings of the CNS 2017 is available open access at BMC Neuroscience journal.
Two members of IASBS Theoretical Neuroscience Group, A. Pariz (left) and A. Goodarzinick (right) presented their works at 25th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting: CNS 2016, 2-7 July, Jeju Island, South Korea. The proceedings of the CNS 2016 is available open access at BMC Neuroscience journal.
We just followed our curiosity about the brain. Starting with informal gatherings, we began reading papers and reference books on neuroscience, first with tempting keywords: perception, memory, mind and consciousness. We are now down to earth with neurons, synapses, and neuronal networks. We look for the fundamental rules govern the brain dynamics in different scales. Ultimate goal is still up to the sky and we are still curious. [Photo by: Ali Farnoodi, IASBS 2014]