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Joint BCCN Freiburg-Berlin Workshop on Point Processes in Neuroscience 2009

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Aim

The goal of this workshop is to foster the use of stochastic point process theory in Computational Neuroscience, and to exchange ideas how to employ univariate and multivariate point processes in practical applications. Stochastic point processes suggest themselves as phenomenological models of spike trains 
♦ to classify the behavior of neurons recorded in electrophysiological experiments 
♦ as statistical models that suggest certain perspectives of spike train analysis 
♦ to provide surrogate data for the statistical analysis of spike recordings and hypothesis testing 
♦ discrete dynamical systems with interesting properties not shared by systems using continuous variables.

Participants

Stefano Cardanobile, Freiburg
Moritz Deger, Freiburg
Farzad Farkooi, Berlin
Eilif Muller, Lausanne
Oliver Muthmann, Freiburg
Martin Nawrot, Berlin
Volker Pernice, Freiburg
Imke Reimer, Freiburg
Stefan Rotter, Freiburg
Benjamin Staude, Freiburg
Carl van Vreeswijk, Paris

Time & venue

March 16-18, 2009
Jugendhaus St. Barbara, Buchenbach

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