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Introduction to Computational Neuroscience


Upcoming events:

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.

20/21 February 2020
(Thursday, Friday)


Seminar, Thu, 11:30:

Workshop, Fri, 11:30:

 
Nao Uchida | Harvard, USA


A normative perspective on the diversity of dopamine signals

Reinforcement learning and dopamine » Sandwiches provided, please register!

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» Poster for the event

17/18 March 2020
(Tuesday, Wednesday)

 
Peter Dayan | Max Planck Institute for biological cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany
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» Poster for the event

4/5 June 2020
(Thursday, Friday)

 
Larry Abbott | Columbia University Medical Center, New York, USA
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Location: FMI, Room 5.30 (seminar) and 5.39 (workshop)

Organizers: Arjun Bharioke, Claire Meissner-Bernard, Fiona Muellner

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


Previous events 2019

4/5 December 2019

Seminar:


Workshop:
Elad Schneidman | Weizmann Institute of Science, Reehovot, Israel

Spike-timing based neuronal processing: Applications to vision and speech

Where and when is the next spike? Gradient learning in spiking-neurons

» Poster for the event
27th November 2019   Wulfram Gerstner | Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
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Eligibility traces and three-factor learning rules
13th November 2019   Emre Neftci | University of California, Irvine, CA, USA
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Data and power efficient intelligence with neuromorphic hardware
2/3 May 2019

Seminar:


Workshop:
Robert Gütig | Charité - Universitätsmedizin, Berlin

Spike-timing based neuronal processing: Applications to vision and speech

Where and when is the next spike? Gradient learning in spiking-neurons

» Poster for the event
9/10 April 2019


Seminar:


Workshop:
Zhaoping Li | Max Planck Institute for biological cybernetics, Tübingen

A new path to understanding vision: theory and experiments

Computational modeling of neuro-circuits: case studies in vision, olfaction and locomotion

» Poster for the event


FMI ACCESS
Please access the FMI at its Porte at Maulbeerstrasse 66. At the Porte, visitors should state their names and affiliations. They will check the names and ask the visitor to write their last names on a sticker and let the visitor through. Please take the elevators to the seminar room on the 5th floor. In order to avoid a last minute crunch and delays to the seminar, it is strongly advised to show up at the Porte about 10 minutes before the beginning of the seminar.
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