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Introduction to Computational Neuroscience


Upcoming event

15 December 2017
(Friday)

 
Walter Senn | University of Bern, Switzerland

Walter Senn’s research aims at understanding how complex psychological phenomena – like perception, learning, and memory – can be generated by ensembles of neurons within the brain. His work focuses on the theoretical mechanisms that can generate learning, memory, and other phenomena by interactions within networks of neurons.
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Seminar
11:30 - 12:30
Cortical microcircuits that implement error-backpropagation in the brain
Workshop
12:45 - 14:15
Lagrangian mechanics describing the dynamics and learning in cortical microcircuits
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Location: FMI, Room 5.30

Organizers: Arjun Bharioke, Aleena Garner, Fiona Müllner, Benjamin Titze

In this lecture series, outstanding researchers will present central topics in computational and theoretical neuroscience. All speakers will give both a research talk and a general introduction to a computational neuroscience topic.

Questions, suggestions?
CNIB contact address: computational.neuroscience@fmi.ch


Previous events 2017/2018

8 September 2017


Seminar:
11:30 - 12:30

Workshop:
12:45 - 14:45
Tatyana Sharpee | Salk Institute for Biological Sciences, San Diego, CA, USA

Part 1: Optimizing neural information capacity;
Part 2: Complex, non-linear feature selectivity and position invariance in visual cortex


Integrating computational and experimental work

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FMI ACCESS
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