INI Colloquia, Fall 2018

Irchel Campus, room Y35 F51, 16:00-17:00

21.09.18
Mahesh Karnani
Francis Crick Institute
London, UK
"Inhibitory microcircuits in the claustrum-cortex-hypothalamus axis of behavioural drive"
28.09.18
Sander Bohte
University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam, Netherlands
"Spike-based reinforcement learning in networks with working memory"
05.10.18
Francesco Battaglia
Donders Inst of Brain, Cognition, Behavior, Radboud University
Nijmegen, Netherlands
"Cortico-hippocampal assemblies for memory consolidation"
12.10.18
Michael Schartner
Neuroscience Center, University of Geneva
Geneva, Switzerland
"Unsupervised (MoSeq) and supervised (DeepLabCut) animal tracking"
19.10.18
Gerhard von der Emde
University of Bonn, Institute for Zoology
Bonn, Germany
"Multi-sensory object recognition in weakly electric fish"
26.10.18
Andreas Geiger
University of Tübingen
Tübingen, Germany
"Learning optical flow and affordances for autonomous driving"
02.11.18
Christian Tetzlaff
The Bernstein Center for Computaional Neuroscience
Goettingen, Germany
"The formation and organization of memory representations in adaptive, self-organized neural networks"
09.11.18
Wulfram Gerstner
Laboratory of Computational Neuroscience, EPFL
Lausanne, Switzerland
"Synaptic plasticity and three-factor learning rules"
16.11.18
Cornelius Schwarz
University of Tübingen
Tübingen, Germany
"The computational skin. Tactile perception based on slip movements. "
23.11.18
Philipp Berens
University of Tübingen
Tübingen, Germany
"Cell-type specific dendritic processing in retinal ganglion cells"
30.11.18
Nuno Da Costa
The Allen Institute
Seattle, WA, USA
"A fine structure analysis of inhibitory cell types in mouse V1"
07.12.18
Jenny Read
Newcastle University
Newcastle, UK
"Stereoscopic 3D vision in an insect"
14.12.18
Matteo Carandini
University College London - Cortical Processing Laboratory
London, UK
"From vision to navigation: a journey across mouse cortex"
21.12.18
Antoine Adamantidis
Inselspital University Hospital
Bern, Switzerland
TBA
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