Okazaki International Workshop
on Advanced Time Series Analysis Applied to the Neurosciences
"Okazaki International Workshop on Advanced Time Series Analysis Applied to the Neurosciences" has initially started in 2012 as an international seminar when we celebrated the 20th Anniversary of collaboration between Cuban and Japanese scientists in the neuroscience field at the National Institute for Physiological Sciences, Okazaki. They have been crowned by the 2012 publication of the book "Time Series Modeling of Neuroscience Data" by Prof. Tohru Ozaki, who initiated this madness with Prof. Pedro Valdes-Sosa. During their productive period, many scientists have been activated and contributed to their pioneering works. The light of their linkage grabbed the attention of two renowned professors, Prof. Ryuta Kawashima at Tohoku University and Prof. Norihiro Sadato at the National Institute for Physiological Sciences, for creating a network of neurons working for the Neuroscience. Many young and talented scientists were grown up under the shadow of this protective and prolific tree. With all expectations, after Prof. Ozaki retirement in 2008, this tree continues to grow and produce the fruitful network expanding and gathering many new scientists day by day. Since 2011, we have the joy of enrolling Prof. Roberto Pascual-Marqui in our crew, who is one of the most productive figures in the Neuroscience field, still simple and humble. This workshop is irregular gathering to provide the time and place for further enthusiastic and challenging presentation as well as discussion to continue spreading knowledge and friendship among all interested in making our neural network stronger and tighter. "Okazaki" is the place you should come for this purpose in December 13, 2013. We all look forward to meeting you.