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Revision as of 09:54, 2 August 2022

Spinoza User Meetings (SUM) consist of a combination of lectures from outstanding national and international scientists in the fields of cognition, neuroscience and neuroimaging, updates on ongoing projects at Spinoza, and instructions on common procedures at Spinoza.

SUMs are Tuesdays from 16:00 to 17:00 (Netherlands time) and everyone is welcome to attend. Meetings are in hybrid format, i.e. both in person and via Zoom.


Date (Host) Title and speaker
15-02-2022 (Serge) Modelling gain-fields in active vision at 7T
Alessio Fracasso
University of Glasgow, UK

01-03-2022 (Serge) A validation framework for neuroimaging software: the case of population receptive fields
Garikoitz Lerma-Usabiaga
Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language

15-03-2022 (Wietske, Nikos) Effects of systemic physiology to the fMRI signal during sleep and wake
Pinar Ozbay
NIH Bethesda, USA

12-04-2022 (Wietske) Spinoza. A paradoxical icon of the Netherlands
Henri Krop
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands

03-05-2022 (Serge) Spinoza presentations @ ISMRM and VSS
Spinoza members with accepted abstracts
Spinoza Centre, Netherlands

10-05-2022 No meeting (ISMRM)

17-05-2022 No meeting (VSS)

07-06-2022 Lunch meeting (12:00) (Tomas & Serge) Using population receptive fields to study perceptual experience
Sam Schwarzkopf
University of Auckland, NZ

07-06-2022 (Wietske & Maarten) 7T MRI for DBS
Erik Middlebrooks
Mayo Clinic, USA

14-06-2022 (Serge) Spinoza presentations @ HBM
Spinoza members with accepted abstracts
Spinoza Centre, Netherlands

21-06-2022 No meeting (HBM)

12-07-2022 (Wietske) Deep learning for reconstructing dynamic MRI data
Kai Lønning
Amsterdam UMC

19-07-2022 (Wietske) The impact of the cerebellum on human brain dynamics
Fulvia Palesi
University of Pavia

August Summer break

06-09-2022 Lunch meeting (12:00) (Wietske) (Ultra-)high field imaging of Multiple Sclerosis
Myrte Strik
University of Melbourne

13-09-2022 (Wietske) Artificial Intelligence in Functional MRI
ISMRM Brain Function Study Group

20-09-2022 (Wietske) Mapping the little brain with big magnets: clinical relevance and future directions
Sheeba Anteraper
Carle Foundation Hospital

27-09-2022 (Serge) Objects in context
Surya Gayet
Utrecht University

11-10-2022 (Wietske & Luisa) UK Biobank
Karla Miller
University of Oxford

25-10-2022 (Wietske & Bobby) The driving forces of Glymphatics
Lydiane Hirschler
Leiden University Medical Centre

01-11-2022 (Serge) Separable pupillary signatures of perception and action during perceptual multistability
Jan Brascamp
Michigan State University, USA

08-11-2022 (Serge) Spinoza presentations @ SfN
Spinoza members with accepted abstracts
Spinoza Centre, Netherlands

15-11-2022 No meeting (SfN)

22-11-2022 (Wietske & Esther) TBD Brain rythms
Dirk Jan Stenvers
Amsterdam UMC, Netherlands

29-11-2022 (Serge) Multisensory processes across the lifespan: from core phenomena to clinical applications
Micah Murray
CHUV Lausanne, Switzerland

17-1-2023 (Marco) Title TBD
Matteo Carandini
UCL, London, UK

Meeting information

Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 836 8595 2269 Password: 457022

For questions, ideas or comments, please email info.