Neuroinformatics and Computational Neuroscience

Neuroinformatics is the scientific study of information processing by the nervous system from a computational point of view. It is associated with philosophy (computing theory of the mind), psychology (theory of information processing) and computer science (natural calculations, calculations inspired by biology), among others. Computational neuroscience (also called theoretical neuroscience or mathematical neuroscience) is a branch of neuroscience that uses mathematical modeling, theoretical analysis, and abstraction of the brain to understand the principles of monitoring brain growth, composition and physiology.


  • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Neuroscience
  • Neural Modeling and Simulation
  • Neuroimaging Informatics

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