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Alexander Borst, MPI of Neurobiology, Martinsried: How do neurons compute the direction of motion?
Max-PIanck-Institut für Neurobiologie, Martinsried
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2021
Shimon Marom: Possible-Impossible Dialogue: are Psychology and Neurophysiology incompatible?
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2021
Abigail Morrison: Constraining the reservoir: Heterogeneity and non-random connectivity in reservoir computing
SimLab Neuroscience Jülich Research Center IAS-6 / INM-6 / SimLab Neuroscience Jülich Research Center & Computer Science 3 - Software Engineering RWTH Aachen
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2021
Andreas Thum: From structure to function: what we can learn from the connectome of the Drosophila larva
Verhaltensneurogenetik | Institut für Biologie | Universität Leipzig [Bernstein Seminar]
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2022
Alessio Attardo: Aberrant synaptic dynamics precede disorganization of activity patterns in the hippocampus upon repeated stress exposure
Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology | Magdeburg [Bernstein Seminar]
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2022
Joschka Boedecker: Inverse Q-Learning as a Tool to Investigate Behavior and its Neural Correlates
Neurorobotics Lab | University of Freiburg [Bernstein Seminar]
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2022
Janelle Pakan: From sensation to action: experience-dependent cortical plasticity during task engagement
Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen | Magdeburg [Bernstein Seminar]
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2022
Bernstein-CorTec Award 2021 | Jeanine Laturner: Ocular dominance plasticity in a thalamo-cortical recurrent network model
Special Bernstein Seminar which features the presentation of the the Bernstein-CorTec Awardee MSc Jeanine Laturner on February 9h at 5 pm (CET).
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2021
Antonio Fernandez Ruiz: Hippocampal cellular diversity supports flexible computational demands
Assistant Professor | Nancy and Peter Meinig Family Investigator | Department of Neurobiology and Behavior | Cornell University | USA [Bernstein Seminar]
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2022
Natalie Mrachaz-Kersting: Brain Computer Interfaces in Neurological Conditions
Institut für Sport und Sportwissenschaft der Universität Freiburg [Bernstein Seminar]
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2021