Program

June, 6th, Wednesday

9.30 – 10.00 – Registration and meet together

10.00 – 10.40 —  Ernest Montbrió – Kuramoto model for excitation-inhibition-based oscillations

10.40 –  11.00 —  Coffee Break

11.00 – 11.40 — Olivier  Faugeras — Neural networks do not become asynchronous in the large size limit when synaptic weights are correlated: there is no propagation of chaos

11.40 — 12.20 — Simon Thorpe – Finding repeating patterns – a key to biological intelligence?

12.20 — 13.00 — Eva Löcherbach — Phase transition for infinite systems of spiking neurons 

13.00 – 13.10 –  Arnaud Lefranc – Director of IAS – Presentation of the Institute of Advanced Studies

13.00 — 14.30 Lunch + Poster Session

14.30 — 15.10 — Thierry Mora — Blindfold learning of a neural metric

15.10 — 15.50 — Simona Olmi — Death and rebirth of neural activity in sparse inhibitory networks

15.50 — 16.20 — Coffee Break 

16.20 – 17.00 —  Olivier Marre — Closed-loop estimation of retinal network sensitivity by local empirical linearization

17.00 – 18.00 Poster Session

June, 7th, Thursday

10.00 – 10.40 — Matthias Hennig — Null-spaces in neural encoding and plasticity

10.40 –  11.00 —  Coffee Break

11.00 – 11.40 —  Yulia Timofeeva —  Action potential counting at giant mossy fiber

11.40 — 12.20 — Ekkehard Ullner — Self-sustained collective irregular dynamics

12.20 — 13.00 — Frederic Chavane – The role of cortical waves in shaping dynamically the processing of visual information

13.00 — 14.30 Lunch + Poster Session

14.30 — 15.10 — Alain Destexhe —  Mean-field models of propagating waves in visual cortex

15.10 — 15.50 — Matteo di Volo —  A general framework for conductance-based mean field models of adaptive cortical networks

15.50 — 16.20 — Coffee Break

16.20 – 17.00 —  Diemut Regel  — Anomalous Collective Dynamics Induced by Pulse-Coupling? –  from asymmetric frequency locking to chaos

17.00 – 18.00 Poster Session

June, 8th, Friday

10.00 – 10.40 — Moritz Helias — Indications for optimality of motor cortex

10.40 –  11.00 —  Coffee Break

11.00 – 11.40 — Bruno Cessac – Multi scale dynamics in retinal waves

11.40 — 12.20 — Raoul-Martin Memmesheimer – Growing critical: Self-organized criticality in a developing neural system

12.20 — 13.00 — Stefano Luccioli — Modeling driver cells in developing neuronal networks

13.00 — 14.30 Lunch + Poster Session

14.30 — 15.10 — Farzad Farkhooi  — How relevant is connectivity patterns for the mean-field dynamics of the balanced state?

15.10 — 15.50 — Francesca Mastrogiuseppe — Linking connectivity and dynamics in low-rank recurrent neural networks

15.50 – 16.00 — Conclusions

 

 

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