We cordially invite you to the 2022 COST Summer School.
The aim of the event is to present to you the dataset we have collected in Kraków alongside an introduction to the key analysis methods used. The first three days of the school focus on the structural imaging of the brain: how the anatomical, histological, volumetric, and connective properties of the brain can inform our understanding of the individual differences. The remaining days offer an opportunity to dive into other pivotal aspects of the dataset, that is the resting state functional connectivity and the DNA phenotyping. As the metacognitive aspect of the Kraków’s dataset is substantial, we also plan for a metacognition session. Last, but not least, we will focus on machine learning methods with a particular focus on how these can help us to better understand relationships between the rich array of imaging results and between-subjects differences in behaviour.
23/08 - Structural imaging: DKI, DWI
24/08 - Structural imaging: VBM, sMRI, qMRI
25/08 - Resting-state fMRI, DNA
26/08 - Metacognition
27/08 - Integration of multiple data for prediction of individual differences, machine learning.