Sept. 17: Mark Goldman (UC Davis) "Microcircuits for short-term memory storage and neural integration."
Sept. 24: Stefano Fusi (Columbia) "Computational principles of biological memories."
Oct. 1: Dmitri Chklovskii (Simons) "Can connectomics help us understand neural computation? Insights from the fly visual system."
Oct. 15: Shihab Shamma (Maryland) "Parsing sound sources in realistic auditory environments."
Oct. 29: Jonathan Pillow (Princeton) "Encoding and decoding of decision-related signals from spike trains in parietal cortex."
Dec. 3: Julio Martinez-Trujillo (McGill) "Shaping visual representations in the primate brain."
Feb. 11: James DiCarlo (MIT) "Neural mechanisms underlying visual object recognition."
Feb. 18: Surya Ganguli (Stanford) "A theory of multineuronal dimensionality, dynamics, and measurement."
Mar. 25: Klaas Stephan (Zurich) "Translational Neuromodeling."
Apr. 8: Bard Ermentrout (Pittsburgh) "If space turned out to be time: Resonances and patterns in the visual cortex."
Apr. 22: Anne Churchland (CSHL) "A category-free neural population supports evolving behavioral demands during perceptual decisions."
May 13: Alex Pouget (Geneva) "What limits performance in decision making."
May 15: Jonathan Touboul (College de France) "On Pinwheel-Dipole Topologies in Cat Visual Cortex: Exhaustivity, Parsimony and Balanced Detection."
June 1: Gasper Tkacik (Institute of Science and Technology, Austria) "Beyond sensory bottleneck: Efficient coding of elements of visual form."
June 2: Peter Latham (University College London) "Uncertainty at the synaptic level: faster better learning."