Posters and Demos
Poster and Computer Demo Presentations
This year, we will have 126 poster poster presentations and 25 computer demo presentations.
The following eight abstracts have been selected by the Program Committee to present one slide in four minutes as advertisement for their poster or demo.
|Daniel Haehn||Neuroimaging in the Browser using the X Toolkit||1|
|Timothy O'Keefe||The Informatics Backbone of the Brain Genomics Superstruct Project Open Data Release||1|
|Rembrandt Bakker||Electrophysiology lab automation: a case study||1|
|Shreejoy Tripathy||NeuroElectro: A database describing the electrophysiology properties of different neuron types||1|
|Stephen Larson||The NeuroML C. elegans Connectome||2|
|Hitesh Sabnani||Using the NIFSTD Ontology to Improve PubMed Search Results||2|
|Yuko Okamura-Oho||Integrated Analysis of Anatomical Gene Expression Maps and Co-Expression Networks Using a Database, ViBrism
|Volodymyr Shcherbatyy||A Digital Atlas of Ion Channels Expression Patterns in the Two-Week-Old Rat Brain||2|
The abstract text is limited to 2500 characters, roughly one page. It will be possible to include one image and we encourage submitters to make use of this option. All accepted abstracts will be published online with Frontiers in Neuroscience and thus will receive a DOI.
The maximum space for one poster is 95 cm (horizontal) x 187 cm (vertical). The materials required for mounting posters will be provided. Posters can be mounted Monday, 10 September, at 0.800. All posters should be dismounted Tuesday, 11 September, by 18.30.
Live computer demos offer an opportunity to contributions that would benefit from being demonstrated live rather than by a regular poster presentation.
Each demo station consists of a conference table (1.20 m x 0.70 m), 3 - 4 chairs, a poster board, an electric cord, and internet access via broadband LAN.
In collaboration with Faculty of 1000 we offer the possibility to have your poster hosted in their open access repository. Read more here.