Discussion & Group Seminar - Claudius Gros

» Complex and Dynamical Systems «

Place:  as given, or online
Time:  as given
Notice:  The group seminar is partly joined with the NeuroBioTheo seminar,
which is organized together with Jochen Triesch,
and the Joint Dynamical Systems Discussion Seminar,
together with Cluj (Romania) and Bremen.

Friday, March 18 2022, 14:00 Zoom Link Zoltan Toroczkai Modeling real-world networks with degree-preserving processes
Friday, March 11 2022, 15:00 Zoom Link Rainer Engelken Time-dependent dynamic mean-field theory

Friday, May 28 2021, 11:00 Zoom Link György Karolyi Climate change and dynamics: Snapshot attractors and saddles in time varying system
Wednesday, May 19 2021, 10:00 Zoom Link Elisa Becker-Foß Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning
Friday, May 07, 2021, 11:00 Zoom Link Claudius Gros A devil's advocate view on 'self-organized' brain criticality
Wednesday, April 28, 2021, 10:00 Zoom Link Oren Neumann OpenSpiel: introduction to a new reinforcement learning framework
Friday, April 23, 2021, 11:00 Zoom Link Maria Ercsey-Ravasz Robust and consistent quantification of functional brain networks with neuroimaging
Wednesday, April 21, 2021, 10:00 Zoom Link Carolin Roskothen Spieltheoretische betrachtung von Neid in einer wettbewerbsorientierten Gesellschaft. Die Entstehung eines klassenseparierten Zustandes
Thursday, April 8, 2021, 11:30 Zoom Link Claudius/Daniel Gros Covid-19: The race between vaccination and mutations

Monday, 2.03.20; 10:00 (FIAS) Tristan Stöber Mutual inhibition and selective neuromodulation within the CA3-CA2 system can prioritize sequences for replay
Wednesday, 12.02.20; 10:30 (office) Lukas Schneider Evidence that cultural processes are accelerating
Thursday, 06.02.20; 10:30 (office) Maximilian Maerz Interaction between proton and magnetic sail
Thursday, 30.01.20; 10:30 (office) Fabian Farina Graph neural networks
Wednesday, 29.01.20; 10:30 (office) Claudius Gros Self-induced class stratefication
Thursday, 23.01.20; 10:30 (office) Alex Michalik Variational autoencoders
Wednesday, 22.01.20; 10:30 (office) Michael Nowak Hexapod gait generation
Thursday, 16.01.20; 10:30 (office) Fabian Schubert Local Learning Rules for Recurrent Neural Networks
Wednesday, 15.01.20; 10:30 (office) Oren Neumann Curiosity-Driven Learning
Tuesday, 15.10.19; 10:00 (FIAS) Annamaria Vezzani Neuroinflammatory pathways as treatment targets  and biomarker candidates in epilepsy
Friday, 04.10.19; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Jan Wissmann Mutual Information for the Identification of Synchronization in Chaos

Monday, 12.09.19; 12:00 (FIAS) Enzo Tagliazucchi Semi-empirical models of global brain states
Tursday, 15.08.19; 13:00 (FIAS) Yonatan Loewenstein Why idiosyncratic choice bias is (almost) inevitable
Monday, 15.07.2019; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Maximilan Maercz Magnetic sails
Wednenday, 10.07.19; 11:15 (Phys __.426) Bulcsu Sandor State transition networks for encoding complex dynamics
Tuesday, 09.07.19; 13:00 (FIAS) Günter Radons Laminar Chaos - A New Type of Chaos in Systems with Variable Delay
Tuesday, 09.07.2019; 10:15 (Phys 01.114) Fabian Farina Random Boolean Networks - Attractor length and basin of attraction on small system realizations
Monday, 01.07.2019; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Alexander Michalik Interaction between sensors and self-organization for two-wheeled robots
Monday, 17.06.2019; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Theresa Stratmann Moving in Dynamic Landscapes: A Case Study of the Mongolian Gazelle (Procapra gutterosa) in the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia
Monday, 03.06.2019; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Oren Neumann Algorithm overview: AlphaZero and LSTM machines
Monday, 27.05.2019; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Lukas Schneider Changes in times scales of music and literature charts
Tuesday, 21.05.19; 13:00 (FIAS) Oliver Britton Investigating the role of Nav1.8 in human dorsal root ganglion neuron excitability with experimentally-calibrated populations of computational models
Monday, 20.05.2019; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Fabian Schubert Homeostatic Variance Regulation for the Optimization of Echo State Networks
Tuesday, 07.05.19; 13:00 (FIAS) Rodrigo Echeveste Cortical-like dynamics emerge in recurrent neural networks optimized for sampling-based probabilistic inference
Monday, 29.04.19; 13:00 (FIAS) Arthur Franz Toward Artificial General Intelligence (AGI): a mathematically grounded approach
Tuesday, 16.04.19; 13:00 (FIAS) Simon Rumpel A basis set of logic operations for the recombination of neocortical cell assemblies
Thursday, 11.04.19; 14:00 (FIAS) Misha Tsodyks Fundamental law of human memory recall

Tuesday, 22.01.19; 13:00 (FIAS) Benoit R. Cottereau Cortical plasticity and eye diseases: the influence of experience on spatial vision
Monday, 10.12.18; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Michael Nowak Hexapod locomotion via a dynamical systems approach
Monday, 3.12.18; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Hendrik Wernecke What you need to know about the dimension of chaotic attractors
Tuesday, 27.11.18; 13:00 (MPI Katz) Matthias Hennig An information theoretic perspective of developmental pruning
Monday, 26.11.18; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Marvin Göbel Notes on Convolutional Neural Networks
Monday, 19.11.18; 14:00 (Phys 01.114) Oren Neumann Modeling intelligence with the knapsack problem
Wednesday, 14.11.18; 13:00 (FIAS 0|101) Gianluigi Mongillo Different sites for synaptic storage and their impact on network's memory capacity
Monday, 12.11.18; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Tim Koglin Progress in obtaining self-organized dynamics in robots
Monday, 5.11.18; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Lukas Schneider Collection and analysis of bestseller lists
Friday, 2.11.18; 16:00 (FIAS 0|101) Rava da Silveira Theoretical approaches to human online inference
Monday, 29.10.18; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Fabian Schubert Functional implications of segregated dendrites for learning
Monday, 22.10.18; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Oren Neumann Investigating the Hall anomaly in the t-J model
Monday, 15.10.18; 14:15 (Phys 01.114) Emanuele Varriale Test driven development

Wednesday, 18.07.18; 14:00 (office) Fabian Schubert Learning of Time Sequences through Plasticity in Externally Driven Networks
Wednesday, 18.07.18; 10:30 (office) Emanuele Varriale Plausibility of learning algorithms
Tuesday, 17.07.18; 14:00 (office) Marvin Göbel Some Results on Critical Stochastic Lattice Systems.
Tuesday, 17.07.18; 10:30 (office) Hendrik Wernecke Time-delay systems beyond constant delay - a short overview
Monday, 18.06.18; 15:00 (office) Michael Nowak Routes to locomotion
Thursday, 07.06.18; 14:00 (office) Tim Koglin Attempts on obtaining self-organized robots
Tuesday, 24.04.18; 13:00 (FIAS) Silvia Daun Mathematical modeling of the neural control of insect locomotion
Friday, 20.04.18; 13:00 (FIAS) Dante R. Chialvo Life at the edge, complexity and criticality in biological function
Friday, 13.04.18; 13:30 (office) Mario Bijelic Challenges in adverse weather and their potential harm to deep learned object detectors
Tuesday, 10.04.18; 13:00 (FIAS) Sebastian Bauer Mesial temporal lobe epilepsy – is there a link between hippocampal cytokine release and EEG features?

Date/Time Speaker Topic
Thursday, 15.02.18; 10:30 (office) Frederike Kubandt A chain of self-organized two-wheeled robots
Tuesday, 6.02.18; 10:30 (office) Hendrik Wernecke Chaos in time delayed dynamical systems
Tuesday, 30.01.18; 13:00 (MPI) Tatiana Engel Discovering dynamic computations in the brain from large-scale neural recordings
Tuesday, 30.01.18; 10:30 (office) Marvin Göbel Scaling Laws, Phase Transitions and the Renormalization Group
Tuesday, 23.01.18; 10:30 (office) Fabian Schubert Nonlinear Interaction of Distal and Proximal Synaptic Currents and its Implications for Coincidence Detection and Learning
Tuesday, 16.01.18; 13:00 (FIAS 0.100) Hermann Cuntz Scaling behaviour of neural structure derived from optimal wiring principles
Tuesday, 16.01.18; 10:30 (office) Tim Koglin "Mehrarmige Banditen" im Machine Learning
Thursday, 11.01.18; 13:00 (FIAS 0.100) Toby Walsh Limits on Artificial Intelligence
Friday, 24.11.17; 10:00 (FIAS 0.101) Manuel Schottdorf Key-innovations in the circuit design of visual cortex
Wednesday, 8.11.17; 13:00 (FIAS 0.101) Timo Nachstedt The Processing and Storage of Information in Neuronal Memory Systems Across Time Scales
Tuesday, 7.11.17; 13:00 (FIAS 0.101) Ralf Der Proactive synapses for self-referential brain-body systems
Tuesday, 31.10.17; 13:00 (Katz room/MPI) Guillaume Drion Cellular control of network rhythmic activity
Tuesday, 24.10.17; 13:00 (Giersch 0|07 and 0|08) Tim Hahn Multivariate Predictive Models in Psychiatry - Promises, Problems, Perspectives -- canceled --
Tuesday, 17.10.17; 13:00 (Giersch 0|07 and 0|08) Frederic von Wegner Information-theoretical analysis of patterns of cortical electrical activity

Date/Time Speaker Topic
Friday, 22.09.17; 11:00 (office) Emanuele Varriale Stroke in neuronal networks
Wednesday, 20.09.17; 15:00 (Phys 1.114) Zoltan Neda Predicting the final collective mode for Kuramoto rotators in a ring-like topology
Friday, 11.08.17; 11:15 (office) Kornelius Sücker --cancelled--
Tuesday, 25.07.17; 15:15 (office) Michael Nowak Dynamics of a simulated two-wheeled robot with neurally inspired controller
Tuesday, 18.07.17; 10:00 (FIAS) Felix Effenberger Understanding dendritic branching statistics using maximum entropy models
Thursday, 13.07.17; 10:00 (office) Lukas Plogmacher Neurons with a modulatory subsystem and cross channel correlation
Tuesday, 11.07.17; 15:15 (01.114) Fabian Schubert Force-learning: a learning-paradigm for training coherent activity patterns from chaotic network dynamics
Tuesday, 11.07.17; 13:10 (MPI) Henry Kennedy The Spatially-Embedded Brain
Thursday, 06.07.17; 10:00 (office) Philip Trapp Balance of excitation and inhibition in fully adapting autonomous networks
Tuesday, 04.07.17; 15:15 (01.114) Hendrik Wernecke From autonomous to non-autonomous dynamics
Thursday, 29.06.17; 11:00 (office) Blucsu Sandor On the generation of transient state dynamics
Tuesday, 27.06.17; 13:00 (FIAS) Christoph von der Malsburg Outlines of a Vision Architecture
Monday, 26.06.17; 13:00 (Girsch, 0|08) Wilhelm Braun Evolution of moments and correlations in non-renewal escape time processes
Tuesday, 20.06.17; 13:00 (FIAS) Tatjana Tchumatchenko Shaping Network Dynamics via Individual Neuron
Tuesday, 13.06.17; 13:00 (FIAS) Katharina Zarnack High-throughput screening for splicing regulatory elements
Tuesday, 30.05.17; 13:00 Constantin Rothkopf Linking brain and behavior through computational models
Tuesday, 23.05.17; 13:00 Quan Wen Gap junction networks within the motor circuit of C. elegans facilitate undulatory wave propagation
Tuesday, 9.05.17; 13:00 David Poeppel Speech is special and language is structured
Tuesday, 18.04.17; 13:00 Henning Sprekeler Learning (where) to be quiet: Receptive field formation by excitatory and inhibitory plasticity

Date/Time Speaker Topic
Tuesday, 28.02.17; 13:00 Christian Tetzlaff Input-dependent formation and interaction of memories in self-organized neural circuits
Thursday, 23.02.17; 10:00 Roman Engelhardt Fractional Fouriertransform
Thursday, 09.02.17; 10:00 Fabian Schubert Diffusive Homeostasis in a Self-Organizing Recurrent Neural Network - Spatially dependent Interaction as a Determinant of Neural Activity and Plasticity
Tuesday, 07.02.17; 13:00 Kathrin Viol Nonlinear Dynamics of the Psychotherapy Process
Tuesday, 31.01.17; 13:00 Elmar Rücker Learning to Plan through Reinforcement Learning in Spiking Neural Networks
Tuesday, 31.01.17; 11:00 Tilo Schwalger Mesoscopic dynamics of interacting populations of spiking neurons
Tuesday, 24.01.17; 13:00 Leo van Hemmen Internally Coupled Ears (ICE): The cool part of sound localization
Thursday, 19.01.17; 10:00 Antonia Hufnagl Sequence and Grammar Learning with a Self-Organizing Recurrent Neural Network
Tuesday, 17.01.17; 13:00 Kai Gansel Detecting higher order temporal (hot) patterns in parallel spike trains - concepts, problems, and practical approaches
Tuesday, 13.12.16; 10:00 Joseph Lizier Transfer entropy in continuous time, with applications to jump and neural spiking processes
Tuesday, 29.11.16; 10:00 Eleonora Russo Detecting cell assemblies at multiple time scales with arbitrary lag constellations
Thursday, 24.11.16; 10:00 Tim Koglin Using Fisher Information for competitive learning
Tuesday, 22.11.16; 10:00 Tom Tetzlaff Effect of Alzheimer's disease on the dynamics and computational performance of recurrent neural networks
Thursday, 17.11.16; 10:00 Lukas Plogmacher Learning ability of single neurons with short term plasticity and information theory incentives
Thursday, 10.11.16; 10:00 Laura Martin Neuronally inspired controlling of robots in interplay with its body and environment
Thursday, 03.11.16; 10:00 Fabian Farina Synchronization of a single integrate-and-fire neuron simulating an excitatory network

Date/Time Speaker Topic
Tuesday, June 28, 2016; 13:00, FIAS Dmytro Grytskyy Mutual interplay of activity and connectivity in networks of point neurons
Tuesday, June 21, 2016; 13:00, FIAS Sven Goedeke The effect of noise on the transition to chaos in random neural networks
Tuesday, June 14, 2016; 13:00, FIAS David Fitzpatrick Visualizing the cellular and synaptic architecture for orientation selectivity in visual cortex
Tuesday, May 17, 2016; 13:00, FIAS Fred Wolf Ultrafast neuronal dynamics and the biophysics of nerve impulse generation
Tuesday, May 3, 2016; 13:00, FIAS Helen Baron Formation and storage of memory: can we infer the underlying microcircuit processes in humans?
Tuesday, April 19 2016; 13:00, MPI-BR, Huxley room F.1.200 Fereshteh Lagzi Dynamics of Competition between subnetworks of spiking neuronal networks in the Balanced State

Date/Time Speaker Topic
Wednesday, March 9, 2016; 13:00, FIAS Hartmut Neven How can Artificial Intelligence benefit from Quantum Resources?
Tuesday, March 8, 2016; 14:00, FIAS Peter Birkholz Progress in articulatory speech synthesis
Tuesday, Feburary 9, 2016; 13:00, FIAS Georgi Tushev Challenges and limitations in driving behaviour
Tuesday, January 19, 2016; 13:00, FIAS Daniel Braun Information-theoretic bounded rationality - basic principles and applications
Tuesday, December 15, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Cyril Hanus Cell biology of the dendrite - Specialization of Biosynthetic Membrane Trafficking for Neuronal Form and Function
Tuesday, December 8, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Wieland Brendel Learning to represent signals spike by spike
Tuesday, December 1, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Dana Ballard How we can see
Tuesday, November 10, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Alberto Bernachi Dale's principle and the temporal ordering of neural activity
Tuesday, November 3, 2015; 13:00, Biozentrum N100-114 Christian Tetzlaff The interaction of plasticity processes across time scales and their role in memory dynamics
Tuesday, October 27, 2015; 13:00, MPI lecture room Ralf Galuske Hierarchies revisited: Unexpected roles of top-down influences on visual processing in primary visual cortex
Tuesday, October 13, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Heiko Luhmann Early development of neocortical circuits: From transient (subplate) cells to cortical oscillations

Date/Time Speaker Topic
Thursday, August 13, 2015; 11:00, office Laura Martin Complex dynamics of simulated rolling robots
Tuesday, July 14, 2015; 13:00, MPI Michael Denker Analyzing the spatial organization of motor cortical beta oscillations of the LFP using emerging tools that support complex, reproducible analysis workflows
Tuesday, July 7, 2015; 13:00, MPI Kay Hamacher Entropy concepts in genomics, biophysics, and other fields
Tuesday, June 30, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Sean Lee A biologically inspired stereo algorithm: featuring within-scale mutual inhibition and multi-scale summation
Thursday, June 25 2015; 11:00, Phys _0.102 Dimitrije Markovic Computational mechanisms underlying decision making in complex environments
Tuesday, June 23, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Luis M. Martinez Optimal spatial sampling of retinal mosaics
Tuesday, June 16, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Yashar Ahmadian Neural variability and gamma rhythms in the loosely balanced regime of cortex
Tuesday, June 9, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Johannes Letzkus Neuromodulation of layer-1 interneurons
Tuesday, June 2, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Jozsef Fiser Sampling: a probabilistic approach to cortical computation, learning, and development
Thursday, May 28 2015; 11:00, office Bulcsu Sandor Nengo: Neuro-Engineering Framework
Tuesday, May 26, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Sacha van Albada Addressing limits to network scaling by working towards full-scale cortical models
Tuesday, May 19, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Georg Martius Information driven self-organization of robotic behavior
Wednesay, May 13 2015; 11:00, office Hendrik Wernecke Chimera States
Tuesday, May 12, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Dirk Ostwald Variational Bayes - Theory and Applications
Thursay, April 30, 2015; 11:00, office Rodrigo Echeveste Generation of complex natural behaviour from simple principles
Wednesday, April 29, 2015; 11:00, Otto-Stern, S2 Melissa Vo Reading Scenes: The Use of Scene Grammar in Guiding Attention in Real-World Environments.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Martin Butz Can Compositional Concepts be Represented by an Artificial Neural Network Architecture?
Tuesday, April 14, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Felix Effenberger Discovery of salient low-dimensional dynamical structure in neuronal population activity using Hopfield networks

Date/Time Speaker Topic
Tuesday, February 17, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Sabine Fischer Three-dimensional spheroids as a tumour model
Tuesday, February 10, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Andreas Vlachos Cellular and molecular mechanisms of repetitive magnetic stimulation (rMS)-induced synaptic plasticity
Thursay, February 5, 2015; 11:00, office Bulcsu Sandor A novel prototype dynamical system
Tuesday, January 20, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Melissa Vo (cancelled) Reading Scenes: When Scene Grammar Guides Attention in Real-World Environments
Thursay, January 15, 2015; 11:00, office Hendrik Wernecke Adiabatic Fixed Points in Small Neural Networks
Tuesday, January 13, 2015; 13:00, FIAS Rodrige Echeveste Complementary approaches to Synaptic Plasticity: Objective Functions and Biophysics
Friday, January 9, 2015; 11:15, FIAS Alex Kacelnik Spooky problem solving and decision making in birds
Tuesday, December 26, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Manuel Schottdorf Random wiring, ganglion cell mosaics, and the functional architecture of the visual cortex
Tuesday, December 2, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Farzad Farkhooi Sparse coding and dynamic suppression of variability in balanced cortical networks
Tuesday, November 18, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Karl Gegenfurtner Vision and eye movements
Thursday, November 12, 2014; 11:00, office Nibras Suleman Update on BA
Tuesday, November 4, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Raoul-Martin Memmesheimer Learning precisely timed spikes
Wednesday, October 29, 2014; 16:15, Physics Building 1.114 Zoltan Neda Optimization induced spontaneous synchronization
Tuesday, October 28, 2014; 13:15, OSZ S4 Benjamin Torben-Nielsen Context-aware modelling of neuronal morphologies and circuits
Tuesday, October 21, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Peter Jedlicka Biologically realistic models of dendritic and synaptic plasticity in the hippocampus
Tuesday, October 14, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Alexander Bird Multivesicular synaptic depression and the postsynaptic response

Date/Time Speaker Topic
Thursday, July 17, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Tatjana Tchumatchenko When do higher order spike correlations vanish?
Wednesday, July 2, 2014; 15:00, office Bulcsu Sandor Cognitive models of working memory - II
Thursday, June 28, 2014; 15:00, office Bulcsu Sandor Cognitive models of working memory - I
Tuesday, June 17, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Cristina Savin The sampling hypothesis: theory and experiment
Tuesday, June 10, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Robert Guetig Neuronal processing of continuous sensory streams
Tuesday, May 27, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Ingo Bojak Neural population models: Biological realism and dynamics
Tuesday, May 20, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Enzo Tagliazucchi Brain networks
Thursday, May 15, 2014; 14:30, office Hendrik Wernecke Slow points in dynamical systems
Tuesday, May 13, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Markus Dahlem Migraine: A dynamical disease
Tuesday, May 6, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Danko Nikolic Practopoiesis
Friday, April 25, 2014; 13:00, MPI Ginestra Bianconi Statistical ensemble of complex networks

Date/Time Speaker Topic
Thursday, February 27, 2014; 14:30, office Bulcsu and Rodrigo Highlights of "The Dynamic Brain" conference (cont.)
Thursday, February 20, 2014; 14:30, office Bulcsu and Rodrigo Highlights of "The Dynamic Brain" conference
Tuesday, February 11, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Christian Leibold, Sequence Memory Networks and Hippocampal Sharp-Wave Ripples
huesday, February 4, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Christian Kell Lateralized speech processing - please mind the gap between theory and experiment
Thursday, January 30, 2014; 14:30, office Bulcsu Sandor Dynamics of neural networks with transient synaptic plasticity rules (cont.)
Tuesday, January 28, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Manfred Kössl Neural coding of time information in echolocating bats
Tuesday, January 21, 2014; 13:00, MPI Demian Battaglia Collective dynamics of multi-scale circuits shapes functional interactions
Thursday, January 16, 2014; 14:30, office Bulcsu Sandor Dynamics of neural networks with transient synaptic plasticity rules
Tuesday, January 14, 2014; 13:00, FIAS Jochen Steil Continuous Neural Association for Efficient Robot Learning
Tuesday, December 17, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Michael Wibral Neural Information Dynamics as seen by MEG
Thursday, December 12, 2013; 14:30, office Fabian Schubert Examinations on a two-dimensional spiking neuron model - bifurcation and neuronal excitability
Tuesday, December 10, 2013; 13:00, MPI Marc Timme When less is more: Non-monotonic spike sequence processing in neurons
Thursday, December 5, 2013; 14:30, office Christoph Beberweil Attracting states and limiting cycles in a two-neuron systems
Tuesday, December 3, 2013; 13:00, MPI Gaby Schneider A multiple filter test for the detection of rate changes in spike trains
Thursday, November 28, 2013; 14:30, office Jonathan Enders Is learning guiding evolution? The Baldwin Effect
Tuesday, November 26, 2013; 13:00, MPI Susanne Schreiber Population codes and temperature dependence - general mechanisms of neuronal coding explored in the grasshopper auditory periphery
Thursday, November 21, 2013; 14:30, office Rodrigo Echeveste Trace model for STDP (spike time dependent placitity)
Tuesday, November 5, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Stephan Eule Quantifying the random fixation of deleterious mutations in asexual populations - The rate of Muller's ratchet
Tuesday, October 25, 2013; 13:00, MPI Jakob Macke Inferring neural population dynamics from multiple partial measurements of the same circuit
Tuesday, October 15, 2013; 13:00, MPI Kristina Nielsen Using two-photon microscopy to take a closer look at the functional organization of monkey V

Tuesday, June 9, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Guillermo Luduena A Self-Organized Neural Comparator
Tuesday, July 2, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Sen Cheng The Neural Mechanisms of Episodic Memory Storage and Consolidation
Tuesday, June 25, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Henning Sprekeler A cellular mechanism for systems memory consolidation
Tuesday, June 18, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Norbert Krüger Deep Hierarchies in Human and Computer Vision
Tuesday, June 11, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Michael Wibral Information Dynamics in Neuroscience (Cancelled)
Tuesday, June 4, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Michael Herrmann Benefits from Criticality in Robots, Swarms and Neural Systems
Tuesday, May 28, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Barbara Drossel Statistical physics of networks: from the genome to ecosystems
Tuesday, May 21, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Alberto Bernacchia Memory traces of stimuli during strategic behavior
Tuesday, May 14, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Gillian Queisser Synapse to Nucleus Communication: Modeling Intracellular Calcium Dynamics
Tuesday, May 7, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Peter König Guidance of eye movements
Tuesday, April 23, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Matthias Bethge How much do we need to know about the statistics of natural images?
Wednesday, March 6, 2013; 15:30, Andreas Geißler Generalising Kasteleyns dimer representation of the classical Ising problem
Tuesday, February 12, 2013; 16:15, room: 01.114 Robert Rüger Sandpile Model
Tuesday, January 22, 2013; 13:00, FIAS Claudius Gros Generating functionals for complex systems
Tuesday, December 18, 2012; 13:00, FIAS Dimitrije Markovic Self-organized criticality
Tuesday, August 07, 2012; 11:15 Mathias Linkerhand Lateral thinking, from the Hopfield model to cortical dynamics
Tuesday, July 10, 2012; 16:15, room: 01.120 Claudius Gros Trailing memory in continuous time
Tuesday, June 26, 2012; 13:00, room: 02.114 Pietro della Briotta Parolo Can we save the Wisdom of the crowd?
Wednesday, April 25, 2012; 15:15, room: 2.116 Mikhail Prokopenko Information dynamics at the edge of chaos
Wednesday, April 18, 2012; 11:15 Guillermo Luduena Models in cognitive science

  contact: C. Gros