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Past Events

30.01.19 - Pierre Yger (CR at Institut de la Vision, Paris) - Fast and accurate spike sorting for thousands of channels

23.01.19 - Josef Ladenbauer (Ecole Normale Superieure Paris, TU Berlin) - Statistical inference for mechanistic models of neural populations based on spike-train data

16.01.19 - Jakob Macke (TU München) - Teaching neural networks to perform statistical inference on models of neural networks

18.11.18 - Sophie Bagur (ESPCI, Paris) - Go/No-Go task engagement enhances population representation of target stimuli in primary auditory cortex

31.10.18 - Tobias Leva (MDC Berlin) - Large scale electrophysiology with Neuropixel probes

23.10.18 - Tara Keck (University College London) - Synaptic dynamics in mouse visual cortex following sensory deprivation

17.07.18 - Owen Mackwood (TU Berlin) - Homeostatic and functional implications of interneuron plasticity

10.07.18 - Bill Podlaski (Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour, University of Oxford) - Enhanced capacity and dynamic gating in a model of context-dependent associative memory

03.07.18 - Júlia Gallinaro (BCCN Freiburg) - Associative properties of a structural plasticity rule based on firing rate homeostasis

27.06.18 - Yoram Burak (ELSC Jerusalem) - Shaping neural circuits by high order synaptic interactions.

19.06.18 - Tim O'Leary (University of Cambridge) - System size as a regulatory feedback signal in synapses.

12.06.18 - Katha Wilmes (Imperial College London) -  Roles of inhibitory interneurons in plasticity.

29.05.18 - Matthieu Gilson (Center for Brain and Cognition at Universitat Pompeu Fabra) - Framework to extract and interpret biomarkers the spatio-temporal structure of fMRI data.

22.05.18 - Alberto Bernacchia (University of Cambridge) - The non-sequential state of cortical circuits

15.05.18 - Friedemann Zenke (University of Oxford) - What can we learn about synaptic plasticity from spiking neural network models?

30.01.18 - Jaime de la Rocha (Cortical Circuit Dynamics Group, Barcelona) - UP-DOWN cortical dynamics reflect stochastic state transitions in bistable cortical circuits

23.01.18 - Gianluigi Mongillo (Cen­tre de Neu­ro­physique, Phys­i­olo­gie et Patholo­gie - Uni­ver­sité Paris Descartes) - Inhibitory connectivity defines the realm of excitatory plasticity

16.01.18 - Srdjan Ostojic (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris) - Linking connectivity, dynamics and computations in recurrent neural networks

09.01.18 - Daniel Bush (UCL, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience) - Mechanisms, Dynamics and Function of the Rodent Grid Cell Network


12.12.17 - Tilo Schwalger (Laboratory of Computational Neuroscience, EPFL) - Mesoscopic dynamics of spiking neural networks

11.07.17 - Inna Slutsky (Tel Aviv University)

04.07.17 - Alfonso Renart (Champalimaud) - The Cost of Control in Perceptual Decision Making

27.06.17 Alexis Dubreuil (Paris) - A sensorimotor hub driving phototaxis in zebrafish

30.05.17 Romain Cazé (Imperial College London) - Dendrites enable a robust mechanism for neuronal stimulus selectivity

23.05.17 Marije ter Waal (Radboud University) - Buzzing brains in a busy world: could synchronization between circuits underlie dynamic neural communication?

16.05.2017 Tatjana Tchumachenko (MPI Frankfurt) - Shaping Network Dynamics via Individual Neurons

02.05.2017 Rui Costa (University of Oxford) - Statistical excitatory and inhibitory long-term synaptic plasticity

14.02.2017 Oliver Brock (TU Berlin)

24.01.2017 Benjamin Blankertz (TU Berlin)

17.01.2017 Stephan Sigrits (FU Berlin)


13.12.2016 John-Dylan Haynes (Charite Berlin)

22.11.2016 Matthew Larkum (HU Berlin)

08.11.2016 Susanne Schreiber (HU Berlin)

22.07.2016 Christina Buetfering (University College London) - Parvalbumin interneurons provide grid cell–driven recurrent inhibition in the medial entorhinal cortex.

08.07.2016 Sami El-Boustani (EPFL) - Stimulus-dependent inhibitory action of mouse V1 interneurons.

27.05.2016 Jochen Triesch (IZN Frankfurt) - Where's the Noise? Key Features of Spontaneous Activity and Neural Variability Arise through Learning in a Deterministic Network.

23.05.2016 Brent Doiron (U Pittsburgh) - Self-organized circuit structure in networks of spiking neurons with plastic synapses.

21.03.2016 Tim O'Leary (University of Cambridge) - Neuromodulation, circadian rhythms and nervous system robustness.

12.02.2016 Robert Guetig (MPI Goettingen) - Spiking neurons can discover predictive features by aggregate-label learning.

05.02.2016 Walter Senn (University of Bern) - Learning by the dendritic prediction of somatic firing.

22.01.2016 Cristina Savin (IST Austria) - Unsupervised learning in neural circuits: emergent computation through the interaction between different forms of plasticity.

08.01.2016 Yonatan Loewenstein (Hebrew University) - Modeling operant learning: from synaptic plasticity to behavior.


09.12.2015. Torsten Betz (PhD defence) - Arguments for a new early vision model of lightness perception.

04.12.2015 Claudia Clopath (Imperical College London) - Emergence of functional connections in neural networks with synaptic plasticity.

04.11.2015 Ken Miller (Columbia University) - The stabilised supralinear network: A simple circuit mechanism underlying multi-input integration in sensory cortex. Part of the BCCN monthly lecture series.

30.10.2015 Michael Graupner (CNRS, Paris Descartes) - Biophysical models of synaptic plasticity.

26.-27.10.2015 The workshop on Active Perceptual Memory took place in Berlin: Link

26.10.2015 Sukbin Lim (University of Chicago, NYU Shanghai) - Inferring learning rules from distributions of firing rates in cortical neurons.

01.10.2015 Imre Vida  (Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin) - Cellular diversity and mutual inhibitory interaction in cortical GABAergic networks.

14.07.2015 Pedro Goncalves (Gatsby, UCL) - Dynamics of an oculomotor
integrator revealed by instantaneous ontogenetic perturbations.

07.07.2015 Lorenz Goenner (TU Chemnitz) - Place-cell sequences signal
behavioural goals: A model of goal memory in cortico-hippocampal

30.06.2105 Elisa Tartaglia (Institut de la Vision, Paris) - Modulation of
network excitability by persistent activity: How working memory affects
the response to incoming stimuli.

23.06.2015 Klaus Wimmer (IDIBAPS, Barcelona) - Network dynamics underlying
the relationship between neuronal and behavioural variability.

17.06.2015 Jean-Pascal Pfister (Uni and ETH Zurich) - Matching storage and
recall in spiking neural networks.

09.06.2015 Valerio Mante (University of Zurich) - A new look at gating:
selective integration of sensory signals through network dynamics.

05.05.2015 Guillaume Hennequin (Cambridge University) - Why should motor
cortex normally be nonnormal?

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