Neurotheory Seminar Series

Unless stated otherwise, seminars are at 11:00 a.m in the 5th floor conference room (room L5-084) of the Jerome L. Greene Science Center.

Spring 2017

Friday, 13 Jan 2017
Eftychios Pnevmatikakis
Simons Foundation
CalmAn: An open source toolbox for large scale calcium imaging data analysis on standalone machines
Friday, 20 Jan 2017
Mehrdad Jazayeri
Temporal control of self-initiated movements by speed of cortical dynamics
Friday, 3 Feb 2017
CANCELED: Emery Brown
This seminar has been canceled and will be rescheduled for a later date.
SPECIAL TIME: Thursday, 9 Feb 2017
Yasser Roudi
Kavli Institute
The grid cell network: simply a pattern completing attractor or a path integrating continuous attractor?
Friday, 17 Feb 2017
Ankit Patel
Rice University
A probabilistic framework for deep learning: understanding convnets and moving beyond
Friday, 3 Mar 2017
Alireza Alemi
ENS Paris
Learning dynamical systems with local synaptic rules in efficient balanced networks
Friday, 10 Mar 2017
Gaby Maimon
Rockefeller University
A circuit architecture for angular integration in Drosophila
Friday,24 Mar 2017
Jeffry Isaacson
UC San Diego
Cortical circuits underlying audition
Friday, 31 Mar 2017
Florin Albeanu
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Understanding the function and specificity of feedforward and feedback signals in olfaction
Friday, 7 Apr 2017
Stephen Scott
Queens University
Rapid motor "decisions" when moving in a complex world
Friday, 14 Apr 2017
Adam Kohn
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Corticocortical signaling in the primate visual cortex
Friday, 28 Apr 2017
Alfonso Renart
The cost of control in perceptual decision making
Friday, 5 May 2017
Xiao-Jing Wang
New York University
Baby steps towards understanding neural dynamics and cognition in the global brain
Friday, 12 May 2017
David Kleinfeld
UC San Diego
Coupled oscillations in the brainstem for active sensing and phase encoding
Friday, 19 May 2017
Sabine Kastner
Neural dynamics of the primate attention network

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