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11th Tamagawa Dynamic Brain Forum (DBF '09: Creativity, Dynamics, and Mutual Interaction) 

The 11th Tamagawa Dynamic Brain Forum (DBF'09) will be held on March 2-4, 2009 at Hotel New-Akao in Atami, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The newborn Forum is organized by Tamagawa Brain Science Institute and Global-COE of Tamagawa, and co-sponsored by Dynamic Brain Platform (Riken, Japan), a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) from the MEXT of Japan, and a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas from MEXT of Japan.
Dynamic Brain Forum 2012 (DBF 2012) 
Neuro-Com has just participated in the edition of 2012 of Dynamic Brain Forum (DBF) in Carmona, Sevilla, during this September 3-6. The DBF was initiated in 1998 by five researchers from the Tamagawa University and its Brain Science Research Center and has organized series of workshops around the world. Those have given the opportunity to theoretical and experimental brain researchers to discuss new findings and concepts related to the dynamics of higher brain function.
insilicoML Module Properties 
Physiome.jp has been established to provide building blocks useful to develop in silico human. The blocks will include mathematical models and experimental data representing physiological functions.
Physiome.jp is a part of the Worldwide Integrative Biomedical Research Cooperation to promote Physiome and Systems Biology. The building blocks (modules, models, biological data) representing biological functions and structure are databased and served as elements in the catalogue of human knowledge. They can be reused for deeper understanding of human physiology, eventually contributing to establishment of in silico medicine and predictive medicine.
Multineuronal Research Resource Project 
More than 20 years have passed by since neuroscientists started to record activities of multiple neurons simultaneously. Although there has been much development in the recording technique, our analysis method of the multineuronal data seems to be still in its early stage. Our purpose of this project is two folds:

1) Promote researchers in other fields (statistics, mathematics, physics, engineering etc.) to get involved into multineuronal data analysis, and activate this still developing research field.

2) Provide necessary information and environment to individual researchers engaging in or planning to start multineuronal research.
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