Computational motor control is a multidisciplinary research program in which mathematics, engineering, biology, medicine and the cognitive neurosciences all play important roles. This workshop will bring together world leaders in the field of computational motor control including Israeli researchers and distinguished guests. The goal will be to learn about the current state of the field and to identify the directions that will provide the medical and scientific breakthroughs of the next decades.
C7 (Cerebellar-Cortical Control: Cells, Circuits, Computation and Clinic) is an Initial Training Network funded by European Unions FP7 and Marie Curie Actions.
Since 2009, 17 PhD students and Postdoctoral Researchers have trained in 9 of the leading cerebellar research groups in 5 different European countries, developing an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the cerebellum.
This workshop is our effort to present the fruits of their research.