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Arthur Leblois (Centre de Neurophysique, Physiologie et Pathologie; Université Paris Descartes) | The role of striatal feedforward inhibition in the maintenance of absence seizures
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016
David Bilkey (Department of Psychology and Brain Health Research Centre, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand) | Changes in hippocampal plasticity, activity and memory in a rat model of schizophrenia
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016
Luc P.J. Selen (Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands ) | Deciding, acting and adapting in an uncertain world
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016
Tatjana Tchumatchenko (Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt am Main) | Inference of synaptic connectivity and input profiles from contrast invariant firing rates
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016
Jens Kremkow (State University of New York and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) | Principles underlying sensory map topography in primary visual cortex
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016
David Franklin (Technical University of Munich, Department of Sport and Health Sciences) | Feedforward and feedback learning in sensorimotor control
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016
Ferdinando Mussa-Ivaldi (Northwestern University, Chicago) | The engineering of motor learning: From basic neuroscience to clinical applications
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016
Jyotika Bahuguna (Research Centre Jülich) | Functionally classifying an ensemble of healthy and pathological basal ganglia network models
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016
Robert Gütig (Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine, Dept. of Theoretical Neuroscience) | Spiking neurons can discover predictive features by aggregate-label learning
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016
Special Bernstein Lecture – Niels Birbaumer: Free will and brain machine interfaces: are they compatible?
Located in Talks and Events / Bernstein Seminar / 2016