Archives 2009


  • 18.12.2009 Friday, 9h00 (sharp), SV1717a
    Hynek Hermansky, The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland (USA),
    host: Prof. Jose del R. Millan
    Hearing: Humans and Machines
  • 27.11.09 Lemanic Neuroscience Annual Meeting (Homepage)

    • 20.11.09 Friday, 12h15, BC01
      Robert Legenstein, Institute for Theoretical Computer Science, TU Graz (Homepage)
      A reward-modulated Hebbian learning rule can explain experimentally observed network reorganization in a brain control task

    • 13.11.09 Friday, 12h15, BC01
      Tim Vogels, Columbia University, Biological Sciences (Homepage )
      Gating Multiple Signals through Detailed Balance of Excitation and Inhibition in Spiking Networks

    • 12.11.09 Thursday, 12h15, AAB032
      Werner Hemmert, Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Munich (Homepage)
      Coding of speech into nerve-action potentials

    • 30.10.09 Friday, 12h15, BC01
      Matthew Cook, Institute of Neuroinformatics, ETH Zürich (Homepage )
      Relational Architectures

    • 23.10.09 Friday, 12h15, BC01
      Nicolas Marcille, LCN, EPFL (Homepage )
      Modeling feature-integration in human vision with drift diffusion models

    • 16.10.09 Friday, 12h15, BC01
      Jörg Lücke, FIAS, Frankfurt, Germany (Homepage)
      Generative Models of Nonlinear Component Superpositions for Unsupervised Learning from Visual and Auditory Data

    • 09.10.09 Friday, 12h15, BC01
      Claudia Clopath, Laboratory for Computational Neuroscience, EPFL (Homepage)
      Modeling synaptic plasticity across different time scales: the influence of voltage, spike timing, and protein synthesis

    • 02.10.09 Friday, 12h15, BC01
      Sebastian Gerwinn, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany (Homepage)
      Bayesian Decoding of Leaky-Integrate-and-Fire Neurons

    • 25.09 .09 Friday, 12h45, BC01
      Gediminas Luksys, Divisions of Molecular Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, Basel University
      Stress, individual differences and norepinephrine in the prediction of mouse behavior using reinforcement learning

    • 18.09.09 Friday, 12h15, BC01
      Henning Sprekeler, Laboratory for Computational Neuroscience, EPFL (Homepage)
      Reward-modulated spike timing-dependent plasticity requires a reward prediction system

    • 11.09.09 Friday, 12h15, AAB032
      Boris Vladimirskiy, Department of Physiology, Bern University, Switzerland (Homepage)
      Hierarchical novelty-familiarity coding in the early visual cortex

    • 25.08.09 Tuesday, 12h15, AAB032
      Daan Wierstra, IDSIA Lugano, Switzerland (Homepage)
      Natural Evolution Strategies

    • 18.08.09 Tuesday, 14h15, AAB032 (date & time might change)
      Xavier Leinekugel, ENI-Bordeaux (Homepage)
      Cell assemblies in the rat CA3 recurrent network: do we really need oscillations?

    • 06.07.09 Monday, 12h15, AAB032
      Filip De Smet, Gent University, Belgium (Homepage)
      Clustering behavior in systems of coupled oscillators and networks of mutually attracting agents

    • 19.6.09 Friday, 12h15, AAB032
      Romain Brasselet, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris (Homepage)
      Fast encoding/decoding of haptic microneurography data based on first spike latencies

      8.6.09 Monday, Time: 15.00, AAB032
      Pietro Berkes, Volen Center for Complex Systems, Brandeis University, Boston (Homepage)
      Neural evidence for statistically optimal inference and learning in primary visual cortex

      15.5.09 Friday, 12h15, AAB032
      Peter Latham, Gatsby, London (
      Implications of chaotic dynamics for neural coding

      07.05.09 Friday, 11h15, AAB032
      Farzad Farkhooi, Freie Universität Berlin
      Spike Frequency Adaptation Reduces Neural Ensembles Noise

      20.3.09 Thursday, 14h15, AAB032
      Henry Abarbanel, University of California, San Diego (
      Dynamical State and Parameter Estimation

    • 19.3.09 Thursday, 14h15, AAB032
      Moritz Helias, Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (BCCN), Albert-Ludwig University Freiburg, Germany (
      Structural plasticity controlled by calcium based correlation detection

    • 24.02.09 Tuesday, 16h15, AAB032
      Colin Molter, RIKEN – Brain Science Institute – Japan (
      Hippocampus: Computation for Memory – Computational and experimental insights

    • 7.1.09 Wednesday, 12h15, AI1153
      Robert Froemke, Center for Integrative Neuroscience University of California, San Francisco (
      A synaptic memory trace for cortical receptive field plasticity