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On October 9, the new INCF Malaysia Node hosted their annual workshop on Intelligent Signal and Imaging for Biomedical Applications, attended by just over 100 people. The workshop included the official launch of the Node, attended by the Deputy Minister for Higher Education. INCF's Executive Director Linda Lanyon made a presentation and took part in the press conference and discussions with the Deputy Minister. INCF Japan Node’s Yoko Yamaguchi and INCF Victoria Node’s David Abbott gave presentations about work in their Nodes.
The end of year issue of the INCF Newsletter was published on December 15. It highlights the recent Governing Board meeting, which marked a decade of INCF activities. You can also read about the 2nd Belgian Neuroinformatics congress, the official launch of the INCF Malaysia Node, and the first release of Neurodata Without Borders' data format for neurophysiology. As usual, we highlight recent papers and upcoming conferences.
The INCF Belgian Node arranged the 2nd Belgian Neuroinformatics Congress on December 4 in Leuven. The congress met very enthusiastic reception from the Belgian Neuroscience community. Over 80 participants gathered, with about 40 posters in total. The congress was sponsored by FWO, IMEC, the Catholic University of Leuven, University of Ghent and University of Antwerp. Poster abstracts can be viewed on the event page. There is also an image gallery with photos from the event.
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