Workshop on spatio-temporal neuronal computation

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This workshop is cosponsored by a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (Comprehensive Brain Science Network) from the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture of Japan.
Workshop program
Sept 6th (Mon)
  • ♦Shigeru Shinomoto --- Opening remarks ---
  • ♦Markus Diesmann (RIKEN) Instantaneous non-linear processing by pulse-coupled threshold units
  • ♦Anthony Burkitt (Univ Melbourne) Learning a sparse neural code for temporal sequences
  • ♦Yuji Ikegaya (Univ Tokyo) Spike flow in weak and sparse neuronal networks
  • ♦Hideaki Shimazaki (MIT) Detection of dynamic cell assemblies by the Bayes Factor
11:30-13:30 lunch
  • ♦Yoshio Sakurai --- Introduction ---
  • ♦Moshe Abeles (Bar-Ilan Univ) Compositionality by synfire chains
14:30-15:00 break
  • ♦Chris Trengove (RIKEN) Endogenous activity in large scale cortical networks of coupled synfire chains
  • ♦Jun-nosuke Teramae (RIKEN) Long-tailed EPSP distribution accounts for low-rate asynchronous firings, the up-state, and precise firing sequences in cortical networks.
  • ♦Matthieu Gilson (RIKEN) STDP can generate long-tail weight distributions.
  • ♦Takuma Tanaka (Kyoto Univ) Infomax in recurrent networks: repeated firing sequences and critical behavior

Sept 7th (Tue)

  • ♦Shigeru Shinomoto (Kyoto Univ) Settling the controversy between rate and temporal coding
  • ♦Sonja Gruen (RIKEN) Reflections of assembly activity in the local field potential
  • ♦Gaute Einevoll (NULS) Extraction of thalamocortical network models from multielectrode data
  • ♦Junji Ito (RIKEN) Cross-frequency coupling in eye-movement related LFP activities in freely viewing monkeys
  • ♦Hiroyuki Ito (Kyoto Sangyo Univ) Dynamics of Stimulus-Evoked Spike Timing Correlations in the Cat Lateral Geniculate Nucleus
  • ♦Sonja Gruen --- Closing remarks ---

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