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Welcome to XXVI International Conference "Neuroinformatics-2024"


The international conference "NEUROINFORMATICS" is the annual multidisciplinary scientific forum dedicated to the theory and applications of artificial neural networks, the problems of Neuroscience and Biophysics systems, adaptive behavior and cognitive researches. The scope is wide, ranging from theory of artificial neural networks, machine learning algorithms and evolutionary programming to neuroimaging and neurobiology.

The conference program includes plenary session, basic and poster sessions, workshops on the state-of-the-art of neuroinformatics.

The conference includes the contest for the best young scientists' papers and the contest for the best solution of the partner company's task by youth teams

The chair of the conference is Kryzhanovsky B.V., Corresponding Member of RAS.

The working languages are English and Russian. Reports can be submitted in English or in Russian.

Selected papers included in the conference program and presented in English are planned for publication in Springer's "Studies in Computational Intelligence" (SCI) series (indexed in Scopus and WoS), as well as in special issues of "Cognitive System Research" (Scopus Q1), "Optical Memory and Neural Networks" (Scopus Q3), and also in "Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedeniy. Prikladnaya Nelineynaya Dinamika" journal (Scopus Q3, WoS, RSCI).

Submission deadline: April 05 – June 10, 2024

We invite all neural network researchers worldwide to join us on October 21-25, 2024 at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) at Russia, Moscow Region, Dolgoprudny, 9 Institutskiy per..

For participation in the conference events, please, register here and mark your participation on personal page before October 18, 2024!

Conference telegram channel: @neuroinfo_ai

Российская нейросетевая ассоциация Российская академия наук Министерство образования и науки Российской Федерации МФТИ НИЯУ МИФИ НИИСИ РАН МАИ Институт перспективных исследований мозга МГУ
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