October 8-10, 2018, Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden
The discovery that the developing brain generates spontaneous activity already before the senses become active excited many neuroscientists. Since its discovery, many studies have shown that spontaneous activity is required for normal wiring of the brain. However, only recent technological advances have allowed investigating how spontaneous activity actually drives cellular and molecular processes, such as synaptic plasticity, to prepare the brain for computing sensory inputs. The goal of this meeting is to bring together scientists working in this field from across the world to present and discuss the latest, ideally unpublished, data on the role of spontaneous activity in the developing brain.
Organizers: Christian Lohmann (Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) and Guillermina Lopez-Bendito (Institute of Neuroscience, Alicante, Spain).
Arrival & departure: The meeting will be in Leiden (see map below) and will start on Monday 8th October at 1:00pm and finish with a light lunch on Wednesday 10th October.
Registration for the meeting is now open. To register, visit this form and submit your details. You will get an automatic email confirming your details. Within a few days you should then hear from us whether your registration has been accepted, and if so, asking for payment.
If you are accepted to the meeting, there is early registration deadline of 31st July. The fees for registration are: Corporate 400€, PI 250€, postdocs 200€, students 150€. For late registration (from 1st August until 30th September) fees rise to: Corporate 500€, PI 350€, postdocs 300€, students 250€. Payment can be made by bank transfer.
The registration fee includes registeration to the meeting, lunches, coffee breaks and a gala dinner on the second evening.
To contact us about the meeting, please email email@example.com
- Good low light camera
- Water resistant
- Double the internal capacity
- Lacks clear upgrades
- Same design used for last three phones
- Battery life unimpressive