First Center for Neuroscience and Machine Learning NeuroNex Workshop, January 25, 2018

First Center for Neuroscience and Machine Learning NeuroNex Workshop, January 25, 2018

The goal of the workshop is to develop statistical and analytical tools to infer and interpret multivariate interactions from neural data. Our first workshop will introduce the problems we aim to address, the statistical and mathematical tools as well as the types of data we will use to answer them. Trainees or researchers interested in collaborating or joining the project are encouraged to attend.

BioScience Research Collaborative, Room 1060 A/B

Agenda:

9-9:30        breakfast/introduction to NeuroNex
9:30-10      Robert Rosenbaum Correlated Variability in Balanced Networks
10-10:30    Xaq Pitkow Coarse-grained Neural Computation
10:30-11     break
11-11:30      Genevera Allen Integrative Graphical Models
11:30-12     Jacob Reimer Introduction to DataJoint
12-1             lunch
1-1:30         Krešo Josić Linking Structure and Activity in Networks of Spiking Neurons
1:30-2         Andreas Tolias The Fabric of the Neocortex
2-2:15         break
2:15-2:45   Ankit Patel Learning Event-Driven Retinomorphic Representations for Video Tasks
2:45-3        wrap up

  • January 25, 2018
    8:30 am - 3:00 pm
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