This article, published in Nature Machine Intelligence, focuses on conferences adopting virtual formats. With COVID-19 preventing in-person meetings, at least temporarily, the time is ripe to explore the feasibility and advantages of virtual conferences.
In the field of computational neuroscience, researchers have embraced the challenge, with ambitious plans to move online in a new series of conferences and a summer school. Christopher Rozell, a professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was on the organizing committee for Neuromatch 2.0, which took place May 25-27, 2020. To read the entire article in Nature Machine Intelligence, please see https://www.nature.com/articles/s42256-020-0182-5.
Last revised May 27, 2020