Cutting edge(s): Brain networks in health and disease

Aktivität: Teilnahme an oder Organisation einer VeranstaltungKonferenzorganisation und -teilnahmeForschung

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Theme of the symposium
While the locationist view has largely been discarded in modern neuroscience and the view on the brain as a network structure is prevailing, many questions are open: How much of the information is truly coded within distributed neuronal assemblies, how much computation is carried our locally? What is the proper strategy to describe complex network structures and dynamics? What are the proper statistics to describe differences between or within networks over time? How much of neurological or psychiatric pathology can be explained by network analyses? How tightly linked are network structure and function? How far can network models carry our understanding of the brain in health and disease? How generalizable and potentially useful are neuro-inspired network concepts for other fields and vice versa?
Cutting edge(s): Brain networks in health and disease