INI Colloquia, Spring 2022

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

25.02.22
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Hava Siegelmann
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Amherst, USA
"Temporal awareness in machine learning"
04.03.22
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Bernabe Linares-Barranco
IMSE Sevilla (Institute of Microelectonics)
"Event-driven convolution-based processing"
11.03.22
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Sara Solla
Northwestern University, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Evanston, USA
"Low dimensional manifolds for neural dynamics"
18.03.22
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Thilo Stadelmann
Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)
Winterthur, Switzerland
"Addressing scientific debt in deep learning research: four aspects of our neural nets that made us wonder, and what we learned"
25.03.22
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Gasper Tkacik
Institute of Science and Technology Austria
Klosterneuburg, Austria
"Statistical analysis and optimality of biological systems"
01.04.22
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Anna Levina
University of Tübingen
Tübingen, Germany
"Timescales of neural activity, their inference and relevance"
08.04.22
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Ila Fiete
Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT
Cambridge, MA
"Patterns, memory, and maps: the brain’s circuitry for navigating the world"
15.04.22
Holiday, no colloquium;motivation=;justification=
22.04.22
Holiday, no colloquium;motivation=;justification=
29.04.22
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Bing Brunton
University of Washington
Seattle, USA
" Agile movement and embodied intelligence: Computational and comparative considerations"
06.05.22
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Kanaka Rajan
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
New York, USA
"Curriculum learning as a tool to probe learning rules in artificial and biological brains"
13.05.22
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Laszlo Zaborszky
Rutgers University of New Jersey
Newark, NJ, USA
"Large scale organization of the forebrain cholinergic system: Anatomy to function and dysfunction"
20.05.22
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Sara Solla
Northwestern University, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Evanston, USA
"Low dimensional manifolds for neural dynamics"
27.05.22
Holiday, no colloquium;motivation=;justification=
03.06.22
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Michael Long
NYU School of Medicine
New York, USA
"Neural mechanisms of interactive communication"
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