Topological and geometrical structures in neurosciences

Topology and geometry in neuroscience
chairs of the sessions
Topics
This session will focus on the advances on Algebraic Topology and Geometrical methods in neurosciences (see [1105] bellow, among many others). The field is currently knowing an impressive development coming both:_ from theoretical neuroscience and machine learning fields, like Graph Neural Networks [3042], Bayesian geometrical inference [2729], Message Passing, probability and cohomology [9295], Information Topology [5354,6266,96105] or Networks [8385,9091], higher order nbody statistical interactions [67,74,9495,99,101]
_ from topological data analysis applications to real neural recordings, ranging from subcellular [43,51] genetic or omic expressions [81,101], spiking dynamic and neural coding [125,4547,5052,79], to cortical areas fMRI, EEG [26,6772,7680,8489], linguistic [5461] and consciousness [48,53,102].
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