Spatiotemporal Dynamics in Neuroimaging: Models and Analysis

An online workshop at CNS2020.


Human neuroimaging with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), electroencephalography (EEG), and magnetoencephalography (MEG) reveals large-scale patterns of activity reflecting the brain’s functional complexity. However, the bulk of work seeking to analyse their dynamics and structure has traditionally focused either on temporal aspects, or on spatial aspects, but rarely the two combined. There is growing awareness in the neuroimaging community that computational neuroscience offers unifying approaches to understand large-scale brain dynamics. Conversely, neuroimaging data is a rich source of inspiration for the modeling community.

This workshop aims to showcase recent advances at the intersection of computational neuroscience and human neuroimaging, with a focus on large-scale spatiotemporal dynamics. Two themes we will cover are: 1. Recent work modeling the neurobiology underpinning neuroimaging data; and 2. Applications and data, highlighting challenges where computational neuroscience has much to offer.



Everywhere on Earth @CNS*2020 Online Register here, it’s free.


Brisbane time: from 21st July @10.00pm to 22nd July @02.30am
Once you register, you’ll get access to the full program and schedule.

How to watch presentations



  • Katharina Glomb, University of Lausanne (Switzerland)
  • John Griffiths, University of Toronto (Canada)
  • Patricio Orio, Universidad de Valparaíso (Chile)
  • Paula Sanz-Leon, QIMR Berghofer (Australia)
  • Johan van der Meer, QIMR Berghofer (Australia)
  • Yujiang Wang, Newcastle University (UK)
  • Changsong Zhou, Hong Kong Baptist University (HK)

Q & A Space

We have opened a space for everyone to ask questions on the topic of spatiotemporal dynamics.