Seminars

Here we provide a list of seminars organized by the Computational Neuroscience Initiative Basel (CNIB). This is a joint initiative of Arjun Bharioke, Claire Meissner-Bernard, Fiona Muellner, Everton Agnes, Rava A. da Silveira, and Friedemann Zenke.

Upcoming Seminars

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  • Tue 24 November 2020 — Online
    Yoram Burak, Hebrew University, Jerusalem (web site)
    TBA
  • Tue 15 December 2020 — Online
    Robert Rosenbaum, University of Notre Dame, Indiana (web site)
    TBA
  • Tue 19 January 2021 — Online
    SueYeon Chung, Columbia University, New York (web site)
    TBA

Past Seminars

Years | 2020 | 2019

2020

  • Thu 20 August 2020
    Note: Joint event with Basel Seminar in Neuroscience
    Nicole Rust, UPenn, USA
    TBA (details)
    This event was canceled due to ongoing COVID19 situation.
  • Thu 16 July 2020
    Note: Joint event with Basel Seminar in Neuroscience
    Mehrdad Jazayeri, MIT, USA
    TBA (details)
    This event was canceled due to ongoing COVID19 situation.
  • Mon 06 July 2020
    Note: This event will be held at a later date.
    Richard Naud, University of Ottawa, Canada
    TBA (details)
    This event was canceled due to ongoing COVID19 situation.
  • Mon 22 June 2020
    Note: This is a virtual talk on Zoom.
    Viola Priesemann, MPI for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Germany
    Information flow and spreading dynamics in neural networks and beyond (details)
  • Tue 09 June 2020
    Note: Hosted on Zoom by Prof. Alex Schier (Biozentrum)
    Everton Agnes, University of Oxford, UK
    Flexible, robust, and stable learning with interacting synapses (details)
  • Fri 05 June 2020
    Note: Joint event with Basel Seminar in Neuroscience
    Larry Abbott, Columbia University, USA
    TBA (details)
    This event was canceled due to ongoing COVID19 situation.
  • Wed 18 March 2020
    Peter Dayan, MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Germany
    Replay and Preplay in Human Planning (details)
    This event was canceled due to ongoing COVID19 situation.
  • Thu 20 February 2020
    Note: This talk is organized by the FMI students and post-docs.
    Nao Uchida, Harvard, USA
    A normative perspective on the diversity of dopamine signals (details)

2019

  • Thu 05 December 2019
    Elad Schneidman, Weizmann, Israel
    Learning the code of large neural populations using random projections (details)
  • Wed 27 November 2019
    Wulfram Gerstner, EPFL, Switzerland
    Eligibility traces and three-factor learning rules (details)
  • Wed 13 November 2019
    Emre Neftci, UC Irvine, USA
    Data and power efficient intelligence with neuromorphic hardware (details)