Cosyne 2017 Workshops
Cosyne 2017 Workshops will be held on 27 - 28 February 2017 in Snowbird Ski Resort, Snowbird, Utah.
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27 February 2017 (Day 1)
“Deep learning” and the brain (Day 1): Understanding neural representations with deep neural networks – progress & limitations, Benjamin F. Grewe, Blake Richards, Alex Kell, Amy Christensen, Timothy Lillicrap, Daniel Yamins
Automated Tools for High Dimensional Neuro-Behavioral Analysis (Day 1), Adam Calhoun, Talmo Pereira, Scott Linderman, John Cunningham, Liam Paninski
Allocortex: circuits, coding and general principles, Kevin Franks, Alexander Fleischmann
Neural dynamics of learning: bridging experiments and theory, Kishore Kuchibhotla, Srdjan Ostojic
Gamma: fumes or fundamental? Jess Cardin, Vikaas Sohal
Electrons, fluorophores, and nucleotides: bridging the gaps in high-throughput connectomics, Alex Vaughan, Albert Cardona
Advances in experimental and theoretical studies of astrocyte-neuron interactions, Klaus Obermayer, James Schummers
28 February 2017 (Day 2)
“Deep learning” and the brain (Day 2): Bridging the gap between learning in biological and deep artificial neural network, Benjamin F. Grewe, Blake Richards, Alex Kell, Amy Christensen, Timothy Lillicrap, Daniel Yamins
Automated Tools for High Dimensional Neuro-Behavioral Analysis (Day 2), Adam Calhoun, Talmo Pereira, Scott Linderman, John Cunningham, Liam Paninski
From perception to valuation: Bridging neuro-computational mechanisms of perceptual and economic decisions, Ian Kraibich, Rafael Polania
Error-based learning in short-term and episodic memory, Dimitris Pinotsis, Deborah Talmi
New Methods for Understanding Neural Dynamics and Computation, Jonathan Pillow, Mikio Aoi, Adam Charles
On the dark side - new twists in luminance representation that shed light on the organization of the visual system, Jens Kremkow, Matthias Kaschube
Relevant information: in search of a causal link between neural responses and behavior, Alex Koulakov, Dima Rinberg
Perception and Learning of Temporal Structure in Sensory Streams, Christopher Honey
A series of workshops will be held after the main Cosyne meeting. The goal is to provide an informal forum for the discussion of important research questions and challenges. Controversial issues, open problems, comparisons of competing approaches, and alternative viewpoints are encouraged.
The overarching goal of all workshops should be the integration of empirical and theoretical approaches, in an environment that fosters collegial discussion and debate. Preference will be given to proposals that differ substantially in content, scope, and/or approach from workshops of recent years (examples available below).
Relevant topics include, but are not limited to: sensory processing; motor planning and control; functional neural circuits; motivation, reward and decision making; learning and memory; adaptation and plasticity; neural coding; neural circuitry and network models; and methods in computational or systems neuroscience.
In order to foster discussion within Workshops, organizers should inform invited speakers that a single person should not speak in more than one of the Workshops taking place on the same day.
- There will be 4-8 workshops/day, running in parallel.
- Each workshop is expected to draw between 15 and 80 people.
- The workshops will be split into morning (8.00-11.00 AM) and afternoon (4.30-7.30 PM) sessions.
- Workshops will be held at Snowbird, a ski resort located 30 miles (typically less than an hour) from the Salt Lake City airport. Buses from the main conference will be provided.
Detailed registration costs, etc, will be available here.
Please note: Cosyne does NOT provide travel funding for workshop speakers. All workshop speakers are expected to pay for workshop registration fees. Participants are encouraged to register early, in order to qualify for discounted registration rates. One complementary (free) organizer registration is provided per workshop. For workshops with 2 organizers, the free registration can be given to one of the organizers or split evenly between them.
COSYNE 2017 WORKSHOP CHAIRS
Laura Busse (LMU, Munich) and Alfonso Renart (Champalimaud Center, Lisbon)
cosyne17workshops [at] gmail.com
WORKSHOPS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS: