Sand3 Schedule



Schedule, May 12--13
Friday, May 12, 2006


(break around 10:15)


Session 1:
Neural Dynamics and Plasticity

Clapp Hall Auditorium

No title available - Yang Dan
New Places and New Representations: Examining Hippocampal Plasticity and Learning in Novel Environments - Loren Frank (.ppt file) (.avi file)
Associative learning signals in the monkey medial temporal lobe - Wendy Suzuki
12:00-1:30 Lunch    
(break around 2:45) 
Session 2:
Clapp Hall Auditorium
Analysis of oscillatory spiking in the subthalamic nucleus of Parkinson’s patients using point process models - Uri Eden (speaker), Ramin Amirnovin, Emery N Brown and Emad N Eskandar

Ruling out and ruling in neural codes - Sheila Nirenberg (speaker), Adam L. Jacobs, Gene Fridman, Peter. E. Latham, Robert M. Douglas, Nazia M. Alam and Glen T. Prusky

Substitute: Calculating Information from Neural Data: Why is it interesting? Why is it hard? What can one learn? Jonathan D. Victor (.pdf file)

Adaptive Filtering and Optimal Encoding in the Primary Visual Cortex - Tatyana Sharpee
4:00-5:00  Break  
5:15-7:00 Poster Session at Mellon Institute  
7:00-8:30 Dinner at Mellon Institute   
8:30-9:30 Posters continue   
Saturday, May 13, 2006
9:00-12:00 (break around 10:15)  Session 3:
Multimodality Inference

Clapp Hall Auditorium
No title available - Apostolos Georgopoulos
Probabilistic Algoritms for Selective Signal Extraction and Localization of MEG and EEG data - Sri Nagarajan (speaker) with Hagai T. Attias, Johanna M. Zumer, Kenneth Hild III, Kensuke Sekihara (pdf file)

No title available - Patrick Purdon
12:00-1:30   Lunch at Mellon Institute  
1:30-3:30 Session 4:
ity and Causality
Clapp Hall Auditorium
Cortical Functional Network Organization From Analysis of Local Field Potential Oscillations -Steve Bressler (speaker) with Mingzhou Ding and Yonghong Chen
Bayesian hierarchical network models for multiple spike trains analysis - Fabio Rigat (speaker) with Mathisca de Gunst and Jaap van Pelt (.pdf file)
3:30-4:00   Closing discussion