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University Lectureship in Computational Neuroscience candidate talks
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Máté Lengyel.
2.30pm Claudia Clopath (Columbia): Models of Synaptic Plasticity and its Functional Implications
3.00pm Yan Karklin (NYU): Efficient Coding and Biological Constraints in the Retina
3.30pm Jakob Macke (MPI Tuebingen): Linking the Statistics of Neural Population Activity to Computation and Behaviour
4.00-4.15pm Tea Break
4.15pm Kanaka Rajan (Princeton): Rewiring or Reconfiguration? From Abstract Dynamics to Real Function in Neural Circuits that Learn
4.45pm Henning Sprekeler (Humboldt): A Cellular Mechanism for Systems Memory Consolidation
This talk is part of the Computational Neuroscience series.
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