**Cosyne 2017 Poster Session 1**

**Thursday, February 23, 2017, 8.00p**

**I-1** Exponential increase of storage capacity in an expansive autoencoder: an analytical lower bound. *Alia Abbara, Alireza Alemi *

**I-2** Continuous-time point-process GPFA using sparse variational methods. *Vincent ADAM, Lea Duncker, Maneesh Sahani *

**I-3** A planning game reveals individual differences in strategy that are highly constrained.. *Gautam Agarwal, Tiago Quendera, Marta Ferreira, Zachary Mainen *

**I-4** Codependent synaptic plasticity for stable dynamics and efficient learning. *Everton Agnes, Tim Vogels *

**I-5** C. elegans locomotion is governed by a 6D quasi-Hamiltonian chaotic attractor. *Tosif Ahamed, Greg Stephens *

**I-6** Observing the observer observing: forgetful world modelling in a self-stimulation task. *Sanjeevan Ahilan, Rebecca Solomon, Kent Conover, Ritwik Niyogi, Peter Shizgal, Peter Dayan *

**I-7** Ultra-fast whole brain imaging during behavior in adult Drosophila. *Sophie Aimon, Takeo Katsuki, Logan Grosenick, Michael Broxton, Karl Deisseroth, Terrence Sejnowski, Ralph Greenspan *

**I-8** All-optical mapping of local circuit connectivity in vivo. *Laurence Aitchison, Philippe Castonguay, Jinyao Yan, Adam Packer, Lloyd Russell, Michael Hausser, Srini Turaga *

**I-9** STDP under physiological calcium concentration and implications for memory maintenance. *Johnatan Aljadeff, Yanis Inglebert, Dominique Debanne, Nicolas Brunel *

**I-10** Global representations of goal-directed behavior in distinct cell types of mouse neocortex. *William E Allen, Isaac Kauvar, Michael Chen, Ethan Richman, Liqun Luo, Karl Deisseroth *

**I-11** Medial frontal circuits encode reward context and control consummatory behavior. *Linda Amarante, Marrcelo Caetano, Nicole Horst, Mark Laubach *

**I-12** Somatosensory cortex plays an essential role in forelimb motor adaptation in mice. *Mackenzie Amoroso, Alexander Mathis, Naoshige Uchida *

**I-13** A model of high-acuity vision in the presence of fixational eye movements. *Alexander Anderson, Kavitha Ratnam, Austin Roorda, Bruno Olshausen *

**I-14** Cortical gain adaptation to extract signals from background noise. *Chris Angeloni, Mark Aizenberg, Maria Geffen *

**I-15** Marked point process filter for clusterless, adaptive encoding for real-time decoding. *Kensuke Arai, Daniel Liu, Loren Frank, Uri Eden *

**I-16** Specific activity patterns are reinforced via closed-loop pairing with phasic VTA activation. *Vivek Athalye, Fernando Santos, Jose M. Carmena, Rui Costa *

**I-17** Functional organization of the rat whisker pad. *Rony Azouz, Erez Gugig, Praveen Kuruppath *

**I-18** Subspace alignment by inhibitory plasticity recovers excitation-inhibition balance. *Itamar Landau, Haim Sompolinsky *

**I-19** Beyond reward prediction errors: human striatum updates rule values during learning. *Ian Ballard, Eric Miller, Steven Piantadosi, Noah Goodman, Samuel McClure *

**I-20** Computation of concentration-invariant odor identity in the early olfactory system. *Arkarup Banerjee, Honggoo Chae, Dinu F. Albeanu *

**I-21** Geometry of V1’s response to non-Cartesian versus Cartesian stimuli. *Faisal Baqai, Janne Kauttonen, Pati Stan, Tai Sing Lee, Sandra Kuhlman *

**I-22** Intuitive planning: global navigation of cognitive maps with grid-like global representations. *Alon Baram, Timothy H. Muller, Timothy E.J. Behrens *

**I-23** Cerebellar learning using perturbations. *Boris Barbour, Guy Bouvier, Claudia Clopath, Celian Bimbard, Jean-Pierre Nadal, Nicolas Brunel, Vincent Hakim *

**I-24** Noise-limited inference predicts facilitatory normalization in the visual cortex. *Gregory Barello, Yashar Ahmadian *

**I-25** Information scaling in large neural ensembles from the macaque prefrontal cortex. *Ramon Bartolo, Richard Saunders, Philip Browning, Andrew Mitz, Bruno Averbeck *

**I-26** Pitch recognition with sparse-coding recurrent neural network. *Oded Barzelay, Omri Barak, Miriam Furst *

**I-27** Using bayesian inference to estimate receptive fields from a small number of spikes. *Giacomo Bassetto, Jakob Macke *

**I-28** The carrot or the stick: opposite effects of rewards and punishments on human vigor. *Ulrik Beierholm, Benjamin Griffiths *

**I-29** Stabilizing patterns in time: neural network approach. *Nadav Ben-Shushan, Misha Tsodyks *

**I-30** Better spike encoding with neural nets and boosted trees. *Ari Benjamin, Hugo Fernades, Konrad Kording *

**I-31** Visibility of eigen-distortions of hierarchical models. *Alexander Berardino, Valero Laparra, Johannes Balle, Eero Simoncelli *

**I-32** Standardizing and benchmarking data analysis for calcium imaging. *Philipp Berens, Lucas Theis, Jasmine Stone, Nicholas Sofroniew, Andreas Tolias, Matthias Bethge, Jeremy Freeman *

**I-33** Dale’s principle preserves sequentiality in neural circuits. *Alberto Bernacchia, Jozsef Fiser, Guillaume Hennequin, Mate Lengyel *

**I-34** Modeling the perceptual experience of retinal prosthesis patients. *Michael Beyeler, Ariel Rokem, Geoffrey M. Boynton, Ione Fine *

**I-35** Extracting stable representations of neural population state from unstable neural recordings. *William Bishop, Alan Degenhart, Emily Oby, Aaron Batista, Steven Chase, Byron Yu *

**I-36** Activating distinct neuronal subtypes in auditory cortex differentially affects collicular responses. *Jennifer Blackwell, Mark Aizenberg, Winnie Rao, Ryan Natan, Maria Geffen *

**I-37** Olfactory navigation: information theoretic scene analysis motivating a history-based algorithm. *Sebastian Boie, John Crimaldi, Bard Ermentrout, Margaret McHugh, Katherine Nagel, Jonathan Victor *

**I-38** Recurrent circuitry in piriform cortex implements concentration-invariant odor identification. *Kevin Bolding, Kevin Franks *

**I-39** Encoding and decoding in neural populations with non-Gaussian tuning: the example of 3D motion. *Kathryn Bonnen, Thaddeus Czuba, Adam Kohn, Lawrence K Cormack, Alex Huk *

**I-40** Mapping the latent space of human auditory functional special- ization with binary sparse coding. *Moritz Boos, Joerg Luecke, Jochem W. Rieger *

**I-41** The rates of visual information encoding in parallel retinal bipolar cell pathways. *Bart Borghuis, Charles Ratliff *

**I-42** Examining weight perturbations in plastic neural networks. *Colin Bredenberg, Brent Doiron *

**I-43** Explicit calculation of effective interactions in strongly-coupled networks. *Braden Brinkman, Fred Rieke, Eric Shea-Brown, Michael A. Buice *

**I-44** The Allen Brain Observatory. *Michael Buice, Saskia DeVries, Jerome Lecoq, David Feng *

**I-45** Characterizing nonlinear neuronal computation within a single stage of processing. *Daniel Butts, Gregory E Perrin, Yuwei Cui, Matthew Whiteway, Jonathan Demb, Josh Singer *

**I-46** A goal-driven deep learning approach for V1 system identification. *Santiago Cadena, Alexander Ecker, George Denfield, Edgar Walker, Andreas Tolias, Matthias Bethge *

**I-47** A principled model of robust neural dynamics in premotor cortex.. *Nuno Calaim, Pierre-Etienne Fiquet, Sophie Deneve, Christian Machens *

**I-48** Neural population dynamics of short-term and long-term learning in the primate prefrontal cortex. *Ioana Calangiu, Valerio Mante *

**I-49** Estimating behavioral state for sensorimotor transformations. *Adam Calhoun, Pip Coen, Jonathan Pillow, Mala Murthy *

**I-50** Dynamics of cortical activity during behavioral engagement and auditory perception. *Ioana Carcea, Michele Insanally, Robert Froemke *

**I-51** Sparse synaptic connectivity is required for pattern separation in divergent feedforward networks. *Alex Cayco Gajic, Claudia Clopath, R Angus Silver *

**I-52** Learning modifies the collective dynamics of cortical interneuron networks. *Angus Chadwick, Adil Khan, Jasper Poort, Antonin Blot, Thomas Mrsic-Flogel, Sonja Hofer, Maneesh Sahani *

**I-53** Variational information bottleneck: a general framework for efficient, task-relevant coding. *Matthew Chalk, Olivier Marre, Gasper Tkacik *

**I-54** Continuous-time partitioning of binned spike counts. *Adam Charles, Jonathan Pillow *

**I-55** Articulatory gesture encoding in human sensorimotor cortex during continuous speech production. *Josh Chartier, Gopala Krishna Anumanchipalli, Edward Chang *

**I-56** Unsupervised latent variable extraction from neural data to characterize processing across states. *Rishidev Chaudhuri, Berk Gercek, Biraj Pandey, Ila Fiete *

**I-57** Target masking by natural backgrounds in primate V1 predicts behavioral detection sensitivity. *Spencer Chen, Yoon Bai, Stephen Sebastian, Yuzhi Chen, Wilson Geisler, Eyal Seidemann *

**I-58** Repeated membrane potential patterns in the hippocampus of awake mice are related to spiking *Ilya Kolb, Giovanni Talei Franzesi, Michael Wang, Suhasa Kodandaramaiah, Craig Forest, Edward Boyden, Annabelle Singer*

**I-59** Perturbation of visual salience representation in FEF following inactivation of parietal cortex . *Xiaomo Chen, Marc Zirnsak, Stephen Lomber, Tirin Moore *

**I-60** Emergence of foveal image sampling from learning to attend in visual scenes. *Brian Cheung, Eric Weiss, Bruno Olshausen *

**I-61** Effect of mnemonic strategies on tuning of prefrontal neurons. *Feng-Kuei Chiang, Joni Wallis *

**I-62** Blind nonnegative source separation using biological neural networks. *Dmitri Chklovski, Cengiz Pehlevan, Sreyas Mohan *

**I-63** Predictive coding in area V4 as a mechanism for recognition of partially occluded shapes. *Hannah Choi, Anitha Pasupathy, Eric Shea-Brown *

**I-64** Mapping sensory inputs to behavior using patterned optogenetics. *Edmund Chong, Anthony Oganov, Johannes Kappel, Dmitry Rinberg *

**I-65** Topology of stimulus space via directed network persistent homology. *Samir Chowdhury, Facundo Memoli, Bowen Dai *

**I-66** Model-based analysis of state-dependent modulation in rodent ventral stream. *Amelia Christensen, Jonathan Pillow *

**I-67** Representation and readout of object manifolds . *SueYeon Chung, Daniel Lee, Haim Sompolinsky *

**I-68** Mean and variance adaptation in auditory receptor neurons of Drosophila. *Jan Clemens, Nofar Ozeri, Mala Murthy *

**I-69** Rate-distortion analysis of R1-R6 fly photoreceptors. *Daniel Coca, Carlos Luna Ortiz, Inaki Esnaola *

**I-70** Variability of V1 population responses to natural images reflects probabilistic inference. *Ruben Coen-Cagli, Adam Kohn *

**I-71** Circuit mechanisms for flexible sensorimotor processing in Drosophila. *Raphael Cohn, Aryeh Zolin, Adam Samulak, Ianessa Morantte, Vanessa Ruta *

**I-72** Macaque orbitofrontal cortex shows context-dependent adaptation to changes in minimum value. *Katherine Conen, Camillo Padoa-Schioppa *

**I-73** Closed-loop optimization of neural dynamics: Towards linking neural state and behavior. *Mark Connolly, Robert Gross, Babak Mahmoudi *

**I-74** Economic choices reveal risk aversion and probability distortion in rats. *Christine Constantinople, Carlos Brody *

**I-75** Statistical long-term synaptic plasticity predicts optimal excitation-inhibition balance. *Rui Ponte Costa, Zahid Padamsey, James D'Amour, Nigel Emptage, Robert Froemke, Tim Vogels *

**I-76** Distance covariance analysis. *Benjamin Cowley, Joao Semedo, Amin Zandvakili, Matthew Smith, Adam Kohn, Byron Yu *

**I-77** Two distinct motion detection algorithms regulate turning and walking speed in Drosophila. *Matthew S. Creamer, Omer Mano, Damon Clark *

**I-78** Adaptive neural control counters unexpected reaching dynamics. *Frederic Crevecoeur, Philippe Lefevre *

**I-79** Multisensory control of orientation in tethered flying Drosophila. *Timothy Currier, Katherine Nagel *

**I-80** Spontaneous cortical waves in Area MT of the awake marmoset modulate neural and perceptual sensitivi. *Zachary Davis, Lyle Muller, Terrence Sejnowski, Julio Martinez-Trujillo, John Reynolds *

**I-81** Semantic representation in the human brain during reading and listening to stories and passages. *Fatma Deniz, Alexander Huth, Jack Gallant *

**I-82** Grid cells store local positional information. *Dori Derdikman, Omri Barak, Kate Jeffery, Revekka Ismakov *

**I-83** Task-relevant motor variability is dynamically regulated by reward history. *Ashesh Dhawale, Yohsuke Miyamoto, Maurice Smith, Bence Olveczky *

**I-84** Signal transmission between monkey areas V2 and V4 is causally dependent on phase synchronization. *Eric Drebitz, Lukas-Paul Rausch, Heiko Stemmann, Andreas Kreiter *

**I-85** The temporal tuning of Drosophila motion detectors is given by the dynamics of their input elements. *Michael Drews, Alexander Arenz, Florian Richter, Georg Ammer, Alexander Borst *

**I-86** Scalable variational inference for low-rank receptive fields with nonstationary smoothness. *Lea Duncker, Sneha Ravi, Greg Field, Jonathan Pillow *

**I-87** Control of recollection by slow gamma dominating medium gamma in hippocampus CA1. *Dino Dvorak, Basma Radwan, Fraser Sparks, Zoe Talbot, Andre Fenton *

**I-88** Bottom-up salience drives choice during exploration. *Becket Ebitz, Tirin Moore, Tim Buschman *

**I-89** GSM=SSN: recurrent neural circuits optimised for probabilistic inference. *Rodrigo Echeveste, Guillaume Hennequin, Mate Lengyel *

**I-90** Learning local statistics in serial electron microscopy recordings of neural tissue. *Felix Effenberger, Christopher Hillar, Xiaotang Lu, Richard Schalek, Jeff Lichtman *

**I-91** Cortical neurons regulate dynamics to integrate sensory input into motor plans. *Seth Egger, Chia-Jung Chang, Mehrdad Jazayeri *

**I-92** Dynamic integration onset during perceptual decision making in trained recurrent neural networks . *Daniel Ehrlich, Hyojung Seo, Daeyeol Lee, John Murray *

**I-93** Contribution of cortical On-Off dynamics to spike-count variability and correlations. *Tatiana Engel, Nicholas Steinmetz, Tirin Moore, Kwabena Boahen *

**I-94** Dimensionality and entropy of spontaneous and evoked rate activity. *Rainer Engelken, Fred Wolf *

**I-95** Deep learning approach towards generating neuronal morphology. *Roozbeh Farhoodi, Pavan Ramkumar, Konrad Kording *

**I-96** Cherchez les auxiliaires: interneurons are key for high-capacity attractor networks. *Dylan Festa, Guillaume Hennequin, Mate Lengyel *

**I-97** Oscillations in local field potentials and spike times link the attention network to behavior. *Ian Fiebelkorn, Mark Pinsk, Sabine Kastner *

**I-98** Estimates and updates of reward probabilities in frontal and parietal cortex. *Nicholas Foley, Jacqueline Gottlieb *

**I-99** Thalamus relays choice and reward-related signals to layer 1 of visual cortex . *Marina Fridman, Tiago Marques, Dmitry Kobak, Christian Machens, Leopoldo Petreanu *

**I-100** Fast active set methods for online deconvolution of calcium imaging data. *Johannes Friedrich, Pengcheng Zhou, Liam Paninski *

**I-101** Modeling experience and time pressure in human gameplay. *Gianni Galbiati, Yunqi Li, Bas van Opheusden, Weiji Ma *

**I-102** Population level trial-to-trial variability as a signature of neural dynamics. *Aniruddh Galgali, Valerio Mante *

**I-103** The development of spatial acuity in mouse visual cortex. *Sunil Gandhi, Dario Figueroa Velez, Melissa Davis *

**I-104** Robust estimation of calcium transients by modeling contamination. *Jeff Gauthier, Adam Charles, Jonathan Pillow, David Tank *

**I-105** A biologically plausible neural network for similarity-based clustering. *Alex Genkin, Cengiz Pehlevan, Dmitri Chklovski *

**I-106** Behavioral adaptation to variance in sensory input. *Marc Gershow, Ruben Gepner, Jason Wolk, Digvijay Wadekar *

**I-107** Modeling dispersion improves decoding of population neural responses. *Abed Ghanbari, Ian Stevenson *

**I-108** Probabilistic inference over switching network dynamics.. *Aram Giahi, Xaq Pitkow *

**I-109** Learning a non-linear dynamical system in a recurrent spiking neural network. *Aditya Gilra, Wulfram Gerstner *

**I-110** CaImAn: An open source toolbox for large scale calcium imaging data analysis on standalone machines. *Andrea Giovannucci, Johannes Friedrich, Ben Deverett, Valentina Staneva, Dmitri Chklovskii, Eftychios Pnevmatikakis *

**I-111** Modern machine learning tools for neural decoding. *Joshua Glaser, Raeed Chowdhury, Matthew Perich, Lee Miller, Konrad Kording *

**I-112** Modelling large-scale communities requires effective connectivity. *Katharina Glomb, Adrian Ponce-Alvarez, Matthieu Gilson, Petra Ritter, Gustavo Deco *

**I-113** Neuronal circuit analysis with spike-triggered non-negative matrix factorization. *Tim Gollisch, Jian K. Liu, Helene M. Schreyer, Arno Onken, Fernando Rozenblit, Mohammad H. Khani, Stefano Panzeri *