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Brain Structure from Molecular to Neural Circuit
March 14-16, 2010 @ CO-OP INN KYOTO

"Systems Neurobiology" is one of the increasingly important area of research to understand brain and nervous systems as an integrated multi-scale system from molecules to behavior. Systems Neurobiology Spring School in 2010 is an intensive three days workshop by international leading scientists, for the purpose of discussing how the brain functions. The school is intended for researchers working on Mathematical Modeling of Neuronal Computation, Basic Experiments with Molecular Biology, Physiology, Neurobiology and Metrological Studies such as Nanotechnology.


  • James Bower (University of Texas, San Antonio, Neuro-Brain SuperComputing Whorkshop 2010)
  • Geoffrey J Goodhill (University of Queensland)
  • Alex Kolodkin (The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine)
  • Andreas Schaefer (Max-Planck Institute)
  • Ryuichi Shigemoto (National Institute of Physiological Sciences, Neuro-Brain SuperComputing Whorkshop 2010))
  • Nelson Spruston (Northwestern University)


  • Shin Ishii (Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University)
  • Kyonsoo Hong (New York Univerisity School of Medicine)


  • Yuichi Sakumura (Graduate School of Informatics, Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Shoji Komai (Graduate School of Biological Sciences, Nara Institute of Science and Technology)


  • Grant-in-Aid for Scienctific Research on Property Areas, "Deepening and Expansion of Statistical Mechanical Informatics" (DEX-SMI)
  • Japanese Nerural Network Society
  • Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)

What's new history

  • Update Dr. Bower's Lecture (4 Mar.)
  • Update members page (21 Feb.)
  • Update Dr. Shigemoto's Lecture (18 Feb.)
  • Update Dr. Kolodkin's Lecture (15 Feb.)
  • Update schedule (10 Feb.)
  • Update Lecture of Dr. Nelson Spruston (3 Feb.)