NSF welcomes input from the scientific and engineering community on priority research areas and supports planning and prioritization workshops across various disciplines and thematic areas.

Upcoming Events

Workshop on Comparative Principles of Brain Architecture and Functions, Nov. 17-18, 2016

BRAIN Initiative “TAD Talks:” Technology Accelerating Discovery, Nov. 14, 2016

Past Workshops

Global Brain Workshop, April 2016

Cracking the Olfactory Code: NSF Ideas Lab, June 2015

Neuromodulation Symposium, April 2015

International Workshop on Clinical Brain Neural-Machine Interface Systems, March 2015

Workshop on the Research Interfaces between Brain Science and Computer Science,
December 2014 (live stream recorded and available; workshop report “A new age of computing and the brain” now online).

iNeuro Project Conference, November 2014

IEEE EMBS BRAIN Grand Challenges Conference, November 2014

New Perspectives on Neurotechnology and Neuroengineering, November 2014

Noninvasive Brain Imaging, July, 2014

Physical and Mathematical Principles of Brain Structure and Function, May 2013

Linking Language and Cognition to Neuroscience via Computation, May 2013

Integrating Approaches to Computational Cognition, May 2013

Integrating Approaches to Computational Cognition -- Supplementary Material: Examples of Existing Work Bridging Cognitive Science and Machine Learning

Grand Challenges in Mapping and Engineering the Brain, August 2013

Phylogenetic Principles of Brain Structure and Function: Brain Maps Across Phylogeny, October 2013

Quantitative Theories of Learning, Memory and Prediction Workshop, May 2014

Physical, Engineering and Biological Limits to Brain Measurement, May 2014