INI Colloquia, Spring 2023

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

24.02.23
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Joscha Bach
Intel Labs Cognitive Computing
San Francisco, US
"Deep Learning and General Intelligence: do we need to look for alternatives to current machine learning methods?"
03.03.23
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Rodolphe Sepulchre
University of Cambridge
Cambridge, England
"To know or to predict ? Celebrating 70 years of Hodgkin-Huxley neural modeling in science and engineering."
10.03.23
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Tobias Moser
University of Goettingen
Goettingen, Germany
"Toward optogenetic hearing restoration"
17.03.23
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Stanisa Raspopovic
ETH Zurich, D-HEST
Zurich, Switzerland
"Men-machine interfacing for assistance and rehabilitation"
24.03.23
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Pascal Fries
Ernst Str├╝ngmann Institute (ESI) for Neuroscience
Frankfurt, Germany
"Brain rhythms serve the definition and learning of functional neuronal networks"
31.03.23
No colloquium;motivation=;justification=
07.04.23
Easter holiday, no colloquium;motivation=;justification=
14.04.23
Easter holiday, no colloquium;motivation=;justification=
21.04.23
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Vijay Mohan Namboodiri
University of California San Francisco School of Medicine
San Francisco, USA
"Prospective and retrospective learning in the brain"
28.04.23
CapoCaccia Workshop, no colloquium;motivation=;justification=
05.05.23
CapoCaccia Workshop, no colloquium;motivation=;justification=
12.05.23
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Susann Boretius
Deutsches Primatenzentrum, DPZ
G├Âttingen, Germany
"Functional imaging under anaesthesia - challenges and scientific chances"
19.05.23
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Henning Sprekeler
TU Berlin
Berlin, Germany
"Why presynaptic inhibition?"
26.05.23
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Athena Akrami
Sainsbury Wellcome Center, University of College, London
London, UK
"Learning and exploiting sensory statistics in decision making"
02.06.23
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Eli Nelken
Hebrew University
Jerusalem, Israel
"Task representation in the auditory cortex of freely-moving rats"
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