The main goal of the workshop is to get people together who are interested in Code Generation in Computational Neuroscience.
On the final day, we will coordinate the writing of a review paper summarizing the current state of the art and used technologies in the field.
Day 1 December 7
The first day will introduce simulators and tools that are commonly used in Computational Neuroscience and employ code generation techniques.
|09:30||Welcome||Jochen M. Eppler|
|17:00||End of day 1|
|18:30||Workshop dinner at Cafe Liebevoll, Jülich|
Day 2 December 8
The second day consists of tutorials for several code generation techniques in the field with hands-on sessions to gather experience with the tools.
|09:30||NESTML tutorial||Inga Blundell + Dimitri Plotnikov|
|11:30||SpiNNaker tutorial||David Lester|
|14:00||Open Source Brain||Padraig Gleeson|
|17:00||End of day 2|
|18:30||Joint dinner at My Thai, Jülich (not paid!)|
Day 3 December 9
The final day has more tutorials and time for an extensive discussion. Those who are interested will start with the review paper in the afternoon.
|09:30||NineML/SpineML tutorial||Alex Cope|
|11:30||Wrap up and discussion|
|13:30||Paper planning session|
|15:00||End of workshop|