INI Colloquia, Fall 2019

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

20.09.19
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Emre Neftci
UC Irvine
Irvine, CA, USA
"Data and power efficient intelligence with neuromorphic learning machines"
27.09.19
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Rava A. da Silveira
University of Basel
Basel, Switzerland
"Coding with Correlated Neurons"
27.09.19
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Rava A. da Silveira
Ecole Normale Supérieur
Paris, France
"Coding with Correlated Neurons"
04.10.19
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11.10.19
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18.10.19
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Greg Wayne
DeepMind Limited Technologies
London, UK
"Long-term Credit Assignment by Mental Time Travel"
25.10.19
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Andrea Volterra
University of Lausanne
Lausanne, Switzerland
"Deciphering astrocyte Ca2+ dynamics with 1D-to-3D two-photon imaging and their circuit-specific action in the hippocampal dentate gyrus"
01.11.19
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Alexa Riehle
Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone, CNRS-AMU
Marseille, France
"Dimensionality reduction or how does the brain make sense of the multitude of incoming information"
08.11.19
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Andrew Straw
Institute of Biology and Bernstein Center, University of Freiburg
Freiburg, Germany
"Neurogenetics and high-throughput virtual reality on freely flying Drosophila"
15.11.19
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Abu Sebastian
Industry Solutions Lab, IBM Research Laboratory Zurich
Rüschlikon, Switzerland
"Deep learning training and inference using in-memory computing"
22.11.19
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Jason Kerr
Forschungszentrum caesar
Bonn, Germany
"Vision stabilization and deep cortical imaging in the freely moving mammal"
29.11.19
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Albert Compte
Sunyer Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBAPS)
Barcelona, Spain
"The synaptic basis of history biases in spatial working memory"
06.12.19
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Kristine Krug
Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics, Oxford University
Oxford, UK
"Circuits, correlations and causality in perceptual decision-making"
13.12.19
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Jakob Heinzle
Translational NeuroModelling Unit
Zurich, Switzerland
"Studying layered processing in humans: Combined generative modeling and high-resolution fMRI"
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