2015/cns15

Computational Neuroscience Talks

Members: arindam basu, Alain de Cheveign, Ashley Kleinhans, Andreas Andreou, Brandon Carroll, Carina Graversen, Yi Chen, Diederik Paul Moeys, David Reverter Valeiras, David Anderson, Daniel Wong, Emina Alickovic, Emily Graber, Eric Hunsberger, Emre Neftci, Francisco Barranco, Francisco Cervantes Constantino, Cornelia Fermuller, Guillaume Garreau, Giovanny Sanchez-Rivera, Garrick Orchard, John Harris, Paul Isaacs, john arthur, Jens Hjortkjr, Jonathan Tapson, Jie Jack Zhang, Kate Fischl, Kan Li, Elizabeth Margulis, Mark Wang, Ernst Niebur, Nima Mesgarani, Peter Diehl, Peter Hastings, Michael Pfeiffer, Paul Merolla, Philip Tully, Sergio Davies, Shih-Chii Liu, Suraj Honnuraiah, shashikant koul, Soumyajit Mandal, Tobi Delbruck, Ulrich Pomper, Yezhou Yang, Zhaokang CHEN, Zonghua Gu

Organizer: Terrence Sejnowski (Salk Institute)

During the week of July 5-8 (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
Todd Coleman UC San Diego
John Doyle Caltech
Mayank Mehta UCLA
Kati Gothard UA Tucson

Computational Neuroscience Talks: Schedule for second week of workshop

Sunday, July 5

*8 pm - Terrence Sejnowski (Salk)

"Sleep spindles and memory consolidation"

Monday July 6

*9 am - Mayank Mehta (UCLA)

"What is a place cell?"

* 8 pm - Katalin Gothard (UA Tucson)

"What is the job of the most interconnected structure of the primate brain?"

Tuesday, July 7

*9 am - John Doyle (Caltech)

"Finally, the right theory. But you tell me." (see also wiki:2015/ula15)

*8 pm - Barry Richmond (NIMH)

"Using molecular tools to study cognitive functions in monkeys. DREADDs and

reward contrast effects at different loci."

Wednesday, July 8

*9 am - 'Todd Coleman' (UCSD)

"Interactive neuroscience: Challenges and opportunities"

*8 pm - John Allman (Caltech)

"Dementia - A Tail of Cholesterol, Spines and Cancer"

Thursday, July 9

*4 pm - John Doyle (Caltech)

"ULA: Universal laws and architectures: discussion and details" (see also wiki:2015/ula15)