2014/cns14

Computational Neuroscience Talks

Members: Alain de Cheveign, Ashley Kleinhans, Erik Billing, Cheston Tan, Chetan Singh Thakur, Jorg Conradt, Ching Teo, Daniel Neil, David Karpul, Wolfram Erlhagen, Estela Bicho, Cornelia Fermuller, Greg Cohen, Giovanni Di Liberto, Guillaume Garreau, Giovanni Maffei, Julien Martel, Jamal Molin, Jonathan Tapson, Jessica Thompson, Marcela Mendoza, Marcello Mulas, Manu Rastogi, Mathis Richter, Andrew Mundy, Mark Wang, Nicolas Oros, Ernst Niebur, Michael Pfeiffer, Paul Verschure, Ryad Benjamin Benosman, Sadique Sheik, Stephen Deiss, Shih-Chii Liu, siohoi ieng, shashikant koul, Tim C. Pearce, Timmer Horiuchi, Tony Lewis, Thomas Murray, Tobi Delbruck, Thomas Trappenberg, Victor Benichoux, Vikram Ramanarayanan, Andre van Schaik, Xavier Lagorce, Yves Boubenec, Yulia Sandamirskaya, Yezhou Yang

Organizer: Terrence Sejnowski (Salk Institute)

During the week of July 7-12 (the second week of the workshop), a series of advanced seminars on computational neuroscience will take place.

List of speakers

Terry Sejnowski Salk
Barry Richmond NIMH- NIH
John Allman Caltech
Andrea Chiba UC San Diego
Javier Movellan UC San Diego
Michael Stryker UCSF
Steve Zucker Yale
Kati Gothard UA Tucson

Computational Neuroscience Talks: Schedule for second week of workshop

Sunday, July 6

*8 pm - John Allman (Caltech)

"Transcriptomics of cognitively healthy aging and dementia"

Monday July 7

* 9-10.30am -Terrence Sejnowski (Salk)

"A molecular and computational dissection of gamma oscillations in the brain"

*8 pm - Andrea Chiba (UCSD)

"iRat and my Rat: An untailed tale"

Tuesday, July 8

*9 am - Barry Richmond (NIMH)

"Comparing locus coeruleus noradrenaline function to dopamine"

* 8 pm - Katalin Gothard (UA Tucson)

"The central role of the amygdala in social behavior"

Wednesday, July 9

*9 am - John Doyle (Caltech)

"Universal laws and architectures in brains (and bugs, nets, grids,...)"

*8 pm - Javier Movellan (UCSD)

"Automating facial expression recognition"

Thursday, July 10

*9 am - [[Person Steve Zucker]] (Yale)

"The world is rich in high-order structure: how might neurons learn it?"

*8 pm - 'Mike Stryker' (UCSF)

"A neural circuit that controls plasticity and the gain of sensory responses in mouse visual cortex"