“Tackling Computational Challenges in Neuroscience with MATLAB”
Thurs Sept 28, 2017 09:30am-04:30pm.
de Grandpré auditorium, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University
- 9:30-09:45 - Welcome & speaker introductions (Sylvain Baillet)
- 09:45-11:00 - What’s New in MATLAB for Neuroscience: includes machine learning, neural data science, MATLAB Online (Vijay Iyer: Neuroscience Community Liaison)
- 11:00-11:15 - Coffee break
- 11:15-11:45 - Plotly for Collaborative, Open Research, Jack Parmer (CEO, Plotly)
- 11:45 - 12:45 Lunch & Networking (free pizza)
- 12:45-2:00 - Parallel and Distributed Computing with MATLAB I: Local workflows (Sergio Obando: Application Engineer)
- 2:00-2:15 - Coffee break
- 2:15-2:45 - MATLAB Resources at McGill and beyond: (Jerry Brusher: Education Technical Marketing)
- 2:45-4:30 - Parallel and Distributed Computing with MATLAB II: Cluster/cloud workflows (Sergio Obando: Application Engineer).
with Jerry Brusher, Education Technical Marketing - Vijay Iyer, Neuroscience Community Liaison - Sergio Obando, Application Engineer
Objectives: Neuroscientists at all scales, from the cellular to the cognitive and behavioral, are facing increased computational demands. Join us for an overview of how today’s MATLAB can ease these challenges, with specific tools for machine learning, parallel computing, research collaborations, and more. We will also take a deeper dive into how MATLAB tools can be used to scale your applications with parallel and distributed computing and to tackle problems with Big Data.