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Academic YearDate
Location
Total Attendees
Gender
Speaker First NameSpeaker Last NameCurrent PositionAffiliationTitle
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2021-20226/24/2022FBiyu HeAssistant ProfessorNYU Langone
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2021-20226/17/2022Matthew BotvinickGoogle
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2021-20226/10/2022RémiMonassonEcole Normale Supérieure & CNRS
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2021-20226/3/2022MichaelFrankStanford
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2021-20225/27/2022FTalia LernerNorth Western University
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2021-20225/20/2022FGalMishneUniversity of California San Diego
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2021-20225/13/2022VirtualYoramBurakThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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2021-20225/6/2022Taro ToyoizumiRiken
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2021-20224/29/2022Srdjan OstojicÉcole normale supérieure
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2021-20224/22/2022FCristina SavinNYU
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2021-20224/15/2022SandroRomaniHHMI Janelia Research Campus
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2021-20224/8/2022FMaryam Shanechi ShanechiUniversity of Southern California
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2021-20224/1/2022FAnn HermundstadJanelia
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2021-20223/25/2022Jan DrugowitschHarvard
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2021-20223/18/2022FLeila WehbeCarnegie Mellon University
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2021-20223/11/2022FJaneWangGoogle DeepMind
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2021-20223/4/2022NickSteinmetz Washington University
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2021-20222/25/2022FMaria de la Paz FernandezBarnard College
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2021-20222/11/2022Haim SompolinskyHarvard
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2021-20222/4/2022FRachelWilsonHarvard
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2021-20221/28/2022FHannahChoiGeorgia Tech
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2021-20221/21/2022FClaudiaClopathImperial College
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2021-20221/14/2022FAzadeh Yazdan Washington University
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2021-20221/7/2022FGinaTurrigiano Brandeis University
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2021-202212/17/2021VirtualFAnnaJafapour Washington University
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2021-202212/3/2021FCindyPooChampalimaud-Lisbon
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2021-202211/19/2021FIla FieteMIT
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2021-202211/12/2021Gustavo Deco Pompeu Fabra
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2021-202211/5/2021FSonja Hofer Sainsbury Wellcome Center, UCL
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2021-202210/29/2021VirtualFBarbara WebbUniversity of Edinburgh
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2021-202210/22/2021L5-084André FentonNYUMemory, learning to learn, and cognitive control
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2021-202210/15/2021VirtualGeoffrey HintonUniversity of TorontoHow to represent part-whole hierarchies in a neural net
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2021-202210/1/2021L5-084FEvelina FedorenkoAssociate ProfessorMITThe language system in the human brain
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2021-20229/24/2021L3-07965Cengiz PehlevanAssistant ProfessorHarvardInductive bias of neural networks
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2021-20229/17/2021Virtual69BlakeRichardsAssistant ProfessorMcGill UniversityThe functional specialization of visual cortex emerges from training parallel pathways with self-supervised predictive learning
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2021-20229/10/2021Virtual73JohnMurrayAssociate ProfessorYaleMulti-Task Representation and Learning in Neural Networks and Humans
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2020-20216/25/2021Virtual49FAnnaSchapiroAssistant ProfessorUniversity of PennsylvaniaLearning distributed representations in the human brain
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2020-20216/11/2021Virtual69TimothyBuschmanAssistant ProfessorPrincetonNeural Dynamics of Working Memory
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2020-20216/4/2021Virtual56KwabenaBoahenProfessorStanfordThe Future of Artificial Intelligence: A 3D Silicon Brain
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2020-20215/28/2021Virtual53FKayTyeProfessorSalk InstituteNeural Representations of Social Homeostasis
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2020-20214/30/2021Virtual59FTatyana SharpeeProfessorSalk InstituteHyperbolic geometry of the olfactory space
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2020-20214/23/2021Virtual66FKimberly StachenfeldResearch Scientist DeepMindGraph Representation Learning in the Hippocampal-Entorhinal Circuit
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2020-20214/13/2021Virtual136FMarlene CohenProfessorUniversity of PittsburghNeuronal population coding: from vision to decision
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2020-20214/6/2021Virtual134Tirin MooreAssociate ProfessorStanford UniversityRobust Encoding of Abstract Rules by Distinct Neuronal Populations in Primate Visual Cortex
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2020-20214/2/2021Virtual65FAnneChurchlandProfessor
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Neural circuits for decision-making: does excitatory cell class matter?
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2020-20213/26/2021Virtual46FKanaka RajanAssistant ProfessorIcahn School of Medicine at Mount SinaiHow Brain Circuits Function in Health and Disease: Understanding Brain-wide Current Flow
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2020-20213/19/2021Virtual65FCarsen StringerGroup LeaderHHMI Janelia Research CampusExtracting highly precise cortical signals using non-linear dimensionality reduction
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2020-20213/12/2021Virtual60Demba BaAssistant Professor
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Interpretable AI in Neuroscience: Sparse Coding, Artificial Neural Networks, and the Brain
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2020-20212/19/2021Virtual68FGrace Lindsay
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit/Sainsbury Wellcome Center at the University College of London
Task-trained networks learn different recurrent visual processing strategies than bio-inspired ones
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2020-20212/5/2021Virtual61FSaraSollaProfessorNorthwesternLow dimensional manifolds for neural dynamics
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2020-20211/29/2021Virtual36FCarina CurtoProfessor Pennsylvania State UniversityModularity of attractors in inhibition-dominated TLNs
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2020-20211/15/2021Virtual94Jonathan PillowProfessor PrincetonInferring the dynamics of learning from sensory decision-making behavior
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2020-20211/8/2021Virtual44FChengchengHuangAssistant ProfessorUniversity of PittsburghNeuronal variability and spatiotemporal dynamics in cortical network models
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2020-202112/18/2020Virtual84MehrdadJazayeriAssociate ProfessorMITHierarchical reasoning by neural circuits in the frontal cortex
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2020-202112/11/2020Virtual49NicolasBrunelProfessor Duke University School of MedicineCharacteristics of sequential activity in networks with temporally asymmetric Hebbian learning
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2020-202112/4/2020Virtual54ManeeshSahaniProfessor University College LondonThe dynamics of robustness in motor cortical circuits
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2020-202111/20/2020Virtual67KonradKordingProfessorUPennComputational morphologies
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2020-202111/13/2020Virtual70FTatianaEngelAssistant ProfessorCold Spring Harbor LaboratoryComputational frameworks for integrating large-scale neural dynamics, connectivity, and behavior
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2020-202111/6/2020Virtual66NathanielDawProfessorPrincetonTractable planning: prioritization and reuse
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2020-202110/30/2020Virtual54FBingBruntonAssociate ProfessorUniversity of WashingtonFields and flows in neural dynamics
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2020-202110/23/2020Virtual48FDanielaWittenProfessorUniversity of WashingtonQuantifying uncertainty in spikes estimated from calcium imaging data
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2020-202110/16/2020Virtual77Christopher HarveyAssociate ProfessorHarvard Medical SchoolCortical networks for flexible decisions during spatial navigation
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2020-202110/9/2020Virtual46AsohanAmarasinghamAssociate ProfessorCUNYFinely-timed spikes and monosynaptic inference
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2020-202110/2/2020Virtual41AnkitPatelAssistant Professor
Baylor College of Medicine and Rice University
Understanding Neural Networks as Splines
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2020-20219/25/2020Virtual91KrishnaShenoy
Hong Seh and Vivian W. M. Lim Professor of Engineering
Stanford UniversityIntra-cortical Brain-computer Interfaces: From basic science and engineering to clinical trials
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2020-20219/18/2020Virtual99Peter DayanDirector
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
Modelling and Manipulating Behaviour Using Recurrent Networks
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2020-20219/11/2020Virtual64FEveMarder
University Professor and the Victor and Gwendolyn Beinfield Professor of Neuroscience
Brandeis UniversityDifferential Resilience to Perturbations of Circuits with Similar Performance
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2020-20219/4/2020Virtual40DanielSoudryAssistant Professor TechnionAlgorithmic Bias Control in Deep learning
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2019-20206/26/2020Virtual51NuoLiAssistant Professor Baylor College of MedicineNeural mechanisms of volitional movement
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2019-20206/12/2020Virtual39FJulijanaGjorgievaTechnical University of MunichEmergence of local and global organization of synaptic inputs on cortical dendrites
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2019-20205/19/2020Virtual23EvertonMageeUniversity of OxfordFlexible, robust, and stable learning with interacting synapses
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2019-20205/15/2020Virtual70JeffreyBaylor College of Medicine
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2019-20205/8/2020Virtual63ChristianMachensChampalimaud FoundationSpiking networks as convex programs
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2019-20204/24/2020Virtual48AshokLitwin-KumarColumbia UniveristyMathematics of SIR and related epidemic models
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2019-20204/17/2020Virtual77BrunoOlshausenUC BerkeleyPerception as Inference
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2019-20202/21/2020L5-08478FMackenzieMathisHarvardDeep Learning Tools for Measuring Animal Behavior
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2019-20202/14/2020L5-084102TimBehrensOxfordAbstraction and inference in the prefrontal hippocampal circuitry.
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2019-20201/31/2020L5-08446JoshuaVogelsteinJohn HopkinsLifelong Learning
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2019-20201/17/2020L5-08447FKathleenCullenJohns HopkinsNeural Representations of Natural Self-Motion: Implications for Perception & Action
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2019-20201/10/2020L9-065110FPatriciaChurchlandUC San DiegoThe impact of social neuroscience on moral philosophy
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2019-202012/20/2019L5-08449JoseCarmenaUC Berkeley
Brain-Machine Interfaces: Leveraging plasticity, machine learning & neurotechnology to treat neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders
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2019-202012/13/2019L5-08435AdrianHaithJohn HopkinsHabit formation in human motor skill learning
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2019-202012/6/2019L5-08489JohnKrakauerJohns HopkinsStrange interactions in the motor system
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2019-202011/26/2019L7-119RomanBauerNewcastle UniversityComputational modelling of neural tissue development
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2019-202011/22/2019L5-08476RoozbehKianiNYUThe geometry of the representation of decision variable and stimulus difficulty in the parietal cortex
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2019-202011/15/2019L9-06586FIlanaWittenPrincetonStriatal circuitry for reward learning and decision making
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2019-202011/8/2019L5-08453FStephaniePalmerU ChicagoHow behavioral and evolutionary constraints sculpt early visual processing
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2019-202011/1/2019L5-08458BrendenLakeNYUCompositional generalization in minds and machines
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2019-202010/25/2019L5-08485DavidSussilloGoogle Brain GroupUniversality and individuality in neural dynamics across large populations of recurrent networks
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2019-202010/11/2019L5-08455IlMemming ParkStony Brook UniversityLow-dimensional nonlinear neural dynamics models of neural computation
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2019-202010/4/2019L5-08465RezaShadmehrJohns HopkinsPopulation coding in the cerebellum
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2019-20209/27/2019L5-08456EricShea-BrownUniversity of WashingtonWhat makes high-dimensional networks produce low-dimensional activity?
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2019-20209/20/2019L5-08429FSriSarmaJohns HopkinsRisk-taking bias in human decision-making is encoded via a right-left brain push-pull system
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2019-20209/13/2019L5-08447FAnnKennedyCaltechStimulus-specific neural encoding of a persistent, internal defensive state
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2019-20208/30/2019L5-084FMargaretLivingstoneHarvardThe development of specialized modules for recognizing faces, scenes, text, and bodies: what you see is what you get
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2019-20208/23/2019L5-084DavidTheurelMITThe role of hippocampal sequences in deliberative control: Theory, hypotheses and computation
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2019-20208/16/2019L5-084FTatjanaTchumatchenkoMax Planck Institute for Brain ResearchStatistical laws underlying intracellular dynamics in neurons
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2019-20208/6/2019L5-084CalebHoltUniversity of OregonCortical dynamics drive the simultaneous growth of smooth maps and salt-and-pepper organizations
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2019-20207/18/2019L5-084SamuelSoberEmory UniversityNeural, muscular, and computational mechanisms of skilled motor control