Conference

CNIB lecture, 7th of June 2022 : Integrators in short- and long-term memory, Mark Goldman, UC Davis Center for Neuroscience

June 7, 2022

Basel (Switzerland)

INTRODUCTION

Join the Computational Neuroscience Initiative Basel (FMI Basel) to learn about the last advances in computational neuroscience!

In his research, Mark uses computational models to bridge the gap between the activity of single neurons and functional output of neurobiological networks. His models have addressed a variety of network functions, such as persistent neuronal activity in working memory networks, cerebellar control of oculomotor responses, or the role of oscillations in short-term memory storage.


Mark is a professor at the UC Davis Center for Neuroscience, where he holds the Joel Keizer Chair in Theoretical and Computational Biology.

 

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PROGRAM

Tuesday, the 7th of June 2022

17h00-18h15 (Seminar)
Integrators in short- and long-term memory
 
 
Linear network theory, with applications to memory networks

DATES AND VENUE

Tuesday, the 7th of April 2022

Zoom event : a zoom link is sent by e-mail to all Neurex members

 

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For additional information, please visit the CNIB website: www.fmi.ch/CNIB.

 

Online : a zoom link is sent by e-mail to all Neurex members