Please join the Computational Neural Engineering Training Program for the Georgia Tech/Emory Neural Engineering Center Research Expo this June to showcase the wide range of research achievement in the Atlanta neural engineering community. The Research Expo will be hosted by the GT/Emory Neural Engineering Center and welcomes poster presentations on research relating to neural engineering and computational neuroscience.
Please see below for event details. Light refreshments will be provided at the expo.
What: Georgia Tech/Emory Neural Engineering Center Research Expo (research talks by Fellows in the NIH T32 Computational Neural Engineering Training Program (CNTP) + a poster session open to all for research in the metro Atlanta area relating to neural engineering and/or computational neuroscience)
When: June 10th, 1:15PM – 2:15PM (talks from CNTP fellows), 2:30PM – 5:00PM (poster session)
Where: IBB 1128 Atrium at Georgia Tech
Why: To learn about the wide variety of research achievements in Atlanta (and for mingling with refreshments!)
Register To Attend:
>> To attend the GT/Emory Neural Engineering Center Research Expo, please register at this link here: https://forms.gle/sE3xd8DAbvkZ3rYq7.
To enter the poster session, all attendees must register at this link. This registration form also takes dietary restrictions and accessibility accommodations into account.
Apply To Present A Poster:
Applications for poster presentations at the Research Expo are now OPEN! Applications are open to any undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, research staff, or faculty members in the metro Atlanta area. Poster presentations must be relevant to neural engineering and/or computational neuroscience topics.
To present a poster at the To present a poster at the GT/Emory Neural Engineering Research Expo, please apply through the registration form. By indicating your interest in a poster presentation on the form, you will be automatically directed to the Poster Presentation Application. You can find the Registration/Poster Presentation Form here: https://forms.gle/QLtyRWtWqTxju5Bi8.
The organizing team will respond with a confirmation email if you have been accepted to present, which will also include more logistical information about the poster session. Poster awards will also be presented by the CNTP Annual Events Committee.
The deadline to apply for a poster presentation is June 1st.
NOTE: All CNTP Trainees are especially encouraged to present a poster at the Research Expo to showcase the wide variety of computational techniques, engineering methods, and neuroscience tools that they utilize to help answer their research questions.
Location & Venue:
The Research Expo will take place in the atrium of the Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Biosciences at Georgia Tech (IBB) on Georgia Tech’s campus.The address is provided below.
Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Biosciences at Georgia Tech
315 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332, United States
To reach the IBB atrium, enter the building on the main level and you will find the atrium in front of the Nectar cafe.
For any accessibility accommodation requests regarding arriving to the venue, please contact Yasmine Bassil at email@example.com.
Contact The Organizers:
See the below sections for additional relevant information for the Research Expo. Additionally, please contact Yasmine Bassil (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reach the Research Expo Organizing Team with any questions. Thank you!
Annual Events Committee of the Computational Neural Training Program (CNTP)
Yasmine Bassil, Farhan Rahman, James Zhuang, Yichao Zhao, Zach Mobille, Lena Ting, Amanda Scott, Terry Kauffman