fNIRS 2024 is coming to Birmingham!

We are extremely pleased to announce that our candidacy has been selected to organize fNIRS conference in 2024. We have a lot of work to do ahead of us. Keep an eye on this channel. In addition, lab leader Dr Orihuela-Espina has been elected as member of the executive board of the Society for fNIRS.

Off to Boston for fNIRS 2022

The Computational Neuroimaging Lab will be present in fNIRS 2022 in Boston with two abstracts in collaboration with the Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE) in México. Also, we will be defending our bidding to organise fNIRS 2024 in Birmingham.

fNIRS status report

The status report on optical imaging and spectroscopy for the study of the human brain is now out. We were honored to be invited to contribute to this comprehensive picture of the field of optical neuroimaging, which you can now find it listed in our publications.

Dr Orihuela-Espina recognised among best reviewers at MICCAI 2021

Dr Felipe Orihuela-Espina has been given an honorable mention in the 24th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) MICCAI 2021 Outstanding Reviewer Award. MICCAI conference is regarded as a world-leading conference in medical imaging and computer-assisted intervention. https://miccai2021.org/en/MICCAI-2021-OUTSTANDING-REVIEWER-AWARDS.html

Project ideas updated

We have updated our list of project ideas. If you are thinking of doing your BSc or MSc/MRes project at the Computational Neuroimaging Lab, here there are a few ideas. Topological data analysis Probabilistic and statistical analysis Knowledge Representation and Interpretation Data science and data analytics Programming Any of the suggested topics may be considered … Read more

Welcome message!

Welcome to the new website of the Computational Neuroimaging Lab at the University of Birmingham! In the next few days we will be adding new content to the site.