Computational Neuroscience Events


This site: is a central source of information about computational neuroscience events at UW.

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Notable comp neuro talks coming up



If an event is missing from the calendar, please email the maintainer, Richard Decal.
Date
Speaker
Location
Time
Title
Abstract
Host
Dec 17
Anitha Pasupathy
HSB K069
3:30pm
Discriminating partially occluded shapes: insights from visual and frontal cortex


Nov 19
Matt Reynolds
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm
Communication and power for high data rate implanted systems
Link to abstract

Nov 5
Philip Holmes
HSB G417
3:30pm
A multi-area stochastic accumulator model for a visual search and decision task
Link to abstract

Oct 29
Katherine Steele
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm
Synergies and Simulation: Exploring Neuromuscular Control in Individuals with Neurological Disorders
Link to abstract

Oct 27
Mark Frye
HCK 132
12:00pm
Olfactory neuromodulation of motion vision behavior and circuitry in Drosophila
Link to abstract

Aug 1
Hamish Meffin
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:30pm
Retinal Implants: Patient Results and Future Directions
Link to abstract

Jul 16
Tom Richner
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm
Optogenetic & multiple unit investigation of micro-electrocorticography
Link to abstract

Jun 25
Jason Ko
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm
Targeted Muscle Reinnervation (TMR) As a Treatment for Neuromas: From Bedside to Bench and Back to Bedside
Link to abstract

Jun 6
Bill Bialek
Physics C421
12:30pm
Physics problems in early embryonic development
Link to abstract

Jun 5
Bill Bialek
Smith Hall 205
4:00pm


Boeing Distinguished Colloquia
Jun 5
Wyeth Bair
HSB T-439
10:00am
understanding visual cortex: computational models and electrophysiology in the dorsal and ventral pathways


May 28
Bing Brunton
Hitchcock 132
12:00pm
Exploiting sparsity for discovery driven by large scale dynamic measurements of neuronal networks
Link to abstract

Apr 16
Adrian KC Lee
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm
Towards incorporating user's intent in a next-generation hearing aid design
Link to abstract

Apr 15
Sanjeev Arora
691 Gates Commons, Paul G. Allen Center
4:00pm
Overcoming intractability in unsupervised learning
Link to abstract

Apr 4
Yann LeCun
691 Gates Commons, Paul G. Allen Center
3:30pm
Computer perception with deep learning
Link to abstract

Apr 2
Aaron Seitz
PAA 114
3:30pm
Applying perceptual learning to produce broad-based benefits to vision
Link to abstract

Apr 2
John Donoghue
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
2:00pm



Mar 19
William Shain
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm
What is needed to enable chronic, high performance recordings with implantable neuroprosthetics
Link to abstract

Mar 13
Christian Pozzorini
HSB G328
3:30pm
Adaptive coding in single neurons
Link to abstract
Comp Neuro seminar
Mar 3
Russ Angold
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
2:30pm
Exoskeletons: Turning Science Fiction into Reality
Link to abstracts

Feb 24
Christof Koch
Hitchcock Hall 132
12:00pm
The Biology of Consciousness
Link to abstract
Tom Daniel and Horacio de la Iglesia
Feb 20
David Schoppik
HSB G328
10.30am
The Neural Basis of a conserved oculomotor asymmetry
Link to abstract

Feb 20
Kathy Nagel
HSB G417
3.30pm
Synaptic and circuit mechanisms promote broadband coding at depressing synapses
Link to abstract
Comp Neuro seminar
Feb 19
Emo Todorov
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm
Synthesis of complex motor behaviors with optimal control
Link to abstract

Feb 12
Joel Zylberberg
CSE 691
4:30pm
Computational Neuroscience: from the top-down, the bottom-up, and everything in between
Link to abstract

Feb 10
Jason Kerr
HSB K069
10:30am
Rats! What are they looking at? Imaging activity in the freely moving animal

Comp Neuro seminar
Feb 6
Liang Huang
CSE 305
11:00am
Linear-time Algorithms in Natural Language Understanding and Learning
Link to abstract

Feb 4
Noah Simon
PAC 305
12:30pm
On Estimating Many Effect-sizes, Selection Bias, and Local Adaptive Shrinkage
Link to abstract

Jan 23
Floris van Breugel
HSB G417
3:30pm
How a Fly Finds Food: Complex behavior and perception in Drosophila emerges from iterative feedback-regulated reflexes
Link to abstract
Comp Neuro seminar
Dec 11
Eric Rombokas,
Bingni Brunton
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm
Multi-modal Human-Computer Interaction,
Sparse decision making: how to classify using very few sensors
Link to abstract

Dec 5
Michale Fee
HSB G328
10:30am
Neural clocks and noisemakers: Mechanisms underlying the timing of complex learned behaviors
Link to abstract
Fairhall@uw.edu
Dec 4
Yanping Huang
Allen Center, CSE 403
10:30am
General Examination: Learning Efficient Representations for Reinforcement Learning Coupons
Link to abstract

Nov 20
Raj Rao
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm



Nov 14
Horacio de la Iglesia
HSB G328
10:30am
Regulation of daily rhythms by a few thousand clock neurons


Nov 8
Brian Ziebart
CSE 403
12:00pm
Beyond conditionals: structured prediction for interacting processes
Link to abstract

Nov 7
Chris Dyer
CSE 305
11:00am
Translation into Morphologically Rich Languages with a Hierarchical Model
Link to abstract

Nov 4
R. Clay Reid
HSB T747
3:30pm
Structural and Functional Studies of the Visual Cortex


Oct 30
Gina Turrigiano
HSB T747
4:00pm
Self-tuning neurons and firing rate homeostasis in visual cortical networks


Oct 29
Stephen Boyd
EEB 105
3:30pm
Convex Optimization: From Embedded Real-Time to Large-Scale Distributed
Link to abstract

Oct 28
Stephen Boyd
Paul Allen Center - Microsoft Atrium
3:30pm
The Science of Better: Embedded Optimization in Smart Systems
Link to abstract

Oct 24
Bard Ermentrout
HSB G328
10.30am
Heterogeneity & synchronization in the olfactory bulb
Link to abstract
fairhall@uw.edu
Oct 24
Bard Ermentrout
AMath
4:00pm
All the way with Gaston Floquet: A theory for flicker hallucinations
Link to abstract
kutz@uw.edu
Oct 23
Geoffrey Boynton
Physics and Astronomy A-114
3:30pm
Spatial, featural, and temporal cues that capture your attention


Oct 21
Zev Bryant
Physics and Astronomy A-102
4:00pm
Remote control and high-resolution measurement for molecular motors research


Oct 17
Tamara Kolda
Golden 301
4:00pm
Analytical and Algorithmic Challenges in Network Analysis


Oct 17
Paul Rhodes
HSB G417
3:00pm
Evolved machines


Oct 16
Ali Sayed
EEB 125
4:30pm
Bio-inspired cognition: adaptation and learning over networks


Oct 16
Cathleen Moore
Physics and Astronomy A-114
3:30pm
Beyond parsing: some functional consequences for perceptual organization of vision


Oct 16
Joshua Smith
Russell Hall (1414 NE 42nd St), Suite 204
1:00pm



Oct 3
John White
HSB G328
10:30am


Fairhall@uw.edu
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