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Connectomics and Network Neuroscience: From Topology to Dynamics

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  • UserProf Olaf Sporns
  • ClockTuesday 12 January 2021, 15:00-16:00
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Networks (connectivity) and dynamics are two key pillars of network neuroscience – an emerging field dedicated to understanding structure and function of neural systems across scales, from neurons to circuits to the whole brain. In this presentation I will review current themes and future directions, including structure/function relationships, use of computational models to map information flow and communication dynamics, and a novel edge-centric approach to functional connectivity. I will argue that network neuroscience represents a promising theoretical framework for understanding the complex structure and functioning of nervous systems.​

This talk is part of the Making connections- brains and other complex systems series.

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