ICNN2011 - The 3rd International Conference on Cognitive Neurodynamics
Welcoming Remarks
Call for Session Proposals
Paper Submission
Important Dates
Participant information
Information on Sessions
post-conference information
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The study on the neural dynamics for understanding communication in terms of complex hetero systems
RIKEN Brain Science Institute
Tamagawa University Global Center of Excellence (GCOE)
Cognitive Neurodynamics, Springer
FIRST, Aihara Innovative Mathematical Modelling Project
Budapest Semester in Cognitive Science
Japanese Neural Network Society
International Neural Network Society (INNS)
Chinese Society for Neuroscience
Organized Sessiion
Organized Session
No Title Organizer
1 Neural basis of biological timing – circadian clock as a hierarchical multi- oscillator system Ken-ichi Honma (Hokkaido University)
2 Modeling studies of the role of neural dynamics, impulse patterns, oscillations and noise in network synchronization. Hans A: Braun (University of Marburg)
Christian Finke (Oldenburg)
Qishao Lu (Beijing)
3 Integrative, Multi-Level Approaches for the Modelling of Cognitive Dynamics, Mental Functions and Sleep Yoshiyuku Asai (Okinawa)
Svetlana Postnova (Sydney)
Alessandro Villa (Lausanne)
4 Dynamic patterns of neural activity in human information processing Cees van Leeuwen ( RIKEN BSI)
5 Toward understanding of intelligence: Collaboration between neuroscience and robotics Hironori Nakatani (RIKEN BSI)
Hiroaki Wagatsuma (Kyutech)
6 Shaping embodied neurodynamics through physical and social interactions. Hiroki Mori (JST ERATO)
Alex Pitti (JST ERATO)
Takashi Minato ( JST ERATO)
7 What's in a model? Model complexity in the study of neural network phenomena Claus C. Hilgetag (Jacobs University)
Changsong Zhou (Hong Kong Baptist University)
8 Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of Neurodynamics Shun-ichi Amari (RIKEN BSI)
Si Wu (Institute of Neuroscience)
9 Dynamic Brain Forum Ichiro Tsuda (Hokkaido University)
Jan Lauwereyns (Kyushu University)
Call for Session Proposals CLOSED
Proposals for organizing special sessions are welcomed and encouraged by Nov. 1, 2010, in which the names and affiliations of the organizers, topic, and suggested speakers should be indicated. Papers suggested by the organizer must submitted on the same schedule with usual submission, and are also reviewed as usual.

Proposals should be e-mailed to: iccn2011chair@brain.riken.jp

Proposals for organizing the coming ICCN are welcomed and encouraged, in which the names and affiliations of the organizers, dates and venue should be indicated. Strong points and what the organizers can provide should also be indicated. All the financial problems should be solved and dealt with by the organizers. Proposals should also be e-mailed to:

The final decision will be voted by the Editorial Board of “Cognitive Neurodynamics” and announced at the conference ICCN2011.