INI Colloquia, Spring 2020

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

21.02.20
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Raoul-Martin Memmesheimer
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Bonn
Bonn, Germany
"Dynamics and spike-based computation in networks of leaky and anti-leaky integrate-and-fire neurons"
28.02.20
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Judith Burkart
University of Zurich, Department of Anthropology
Z├╝rich, Switzerland
"Marmosets as model species in Evolutionary Anthropology and Neuroscience"
13.03.20
Pillow colloquium moved to 08.05;motivation=;justification=
20.03.20
Colloquium will be through remote presentation;motivation=;justification=
Pieter Roelfsema
The Netherlands Institute for Neurosciences, NIN
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
"Visual perception and how to restore it with a visual cortical prosthesis for the blind"
27.03.20
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Claudia Clopath
Imperial College London
London, United Kingdom
"Models of learning and memory"
27.03.20
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Angela Roberts
University of Cambridge
Cambridge, England
"Bridging the Gap in Psychiatric Research: The Importance of Non-Human Primates in the Pathway to Translation"
03.04.20
https://ethz.zoom.us/j/343049545;motivation=;justification=
Arthur Leblois
Bordeaux University
Bordeaux, France
"Does the cerebellum contribute to vocal learning? Insight from songbirds"
10.04.20
No colloquium. Easter;motivation=;justification=
17.04.20
No colloquium. Easter holiday;motivation=;justification=
24.04.20
https://ethz.zoom.us/j/343049545;motivation=;justification=
Sliman Bensmaia
University of Chicago, Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy
Chicago, USA
"Biological and bionic hands: natural neural coding and artificial perception"
01.05.20
No colloquium. CapoCaccia Workshop;motivation=;justification=
08.05.20
https://ethz.zoom.us/j/343049545;motivation=;justification=
Jonathan Pillow
Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Princeton, NJ, United States
"New methods for identifying latent manifold structure from neural data"
15.05.20
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Edward Boyden
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Cambridge, MA, USA
"Tools for analyzing and controlling brains and other complex biological systems"
22.05.20
No colloquium;motivation=;justification=
29.05.20
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Stelian Coros
ETH Zurich, D-INFK
Zurich, Switzerland
"Differentiable simulation models for robotics applications"
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