NeuroEngineering Research Lab
Seminars and Conferences
NeuroEngineering Related Seminar Series
Given the interdisciplinary nature of NeuroEngineering, there are a variety of NeuroEngineering-related seminars going on across campus:
- Brain and Mind Club
- Contact: Prof Seong-Seng Tan, Thursdays 5–6pm in 2nd floor boardroom of the Alan Gilbert Building. Monthly. Covers everything related to the neuroscience and philosphy of the brain and the mind.
- Bio21 Institute Seminars
- Covers everything to do with Biotechnology, plus a few other things.
- Bionics Institute Seminars
- Covers bionic vision, bionic hearing and neurobionics. Contact: Matt Petoe, MPetoe@bionicsinstitute.org
- Electrical Engineering Seminars
- Seminars covering everything to do with Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
- Howard Florey Seminars
- Contact: Ross Bathgate, firstname.lastname@example.org or Julie Atkin, email@example.com. Tuesdays 1pm in Howard Florey Institute Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor. Weekly. Usually covers experimental neuroscience.
Annual Conference Series
- Organization for Computational Neuroscience Conference
- Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems
- Epilepsy Congresses
- International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
- International Conference Series on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing
- International Joint Conference on Neural Networks
- Neural Information Processing Systems Conference
- Society for Neuroscience Conference
- Telluride Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop
Professor David Grayden
T: +61 3 8344 5234