2023 Computational Neuroscience Next Generation Symposium

2023 Computational Neuroscience Next Generation Symposium

September 11, 2023

Eight selected senior graduate students from the US and Europe, who are using primarily theoretical and computational techniques to study the principles of brain organization and function, came to WashU to share their thesis work, learn about WashU’s stellar research environment, and expand their scientific network.

2023 MCCN — Making Connections in Computational Neuroscience

2023 MCCN — Making Connections in Computational Neuroscience

May 9, 2023

Making Connections in Computational Neuroscience (MCCN) brings together Washington University trainees and faculty to present and learn about work of relevance to theoretical and computational neuroscience at WU, with the hope of identifying new connections and collaborations.

CTCN / Statistics & Data Science Seminar: Robert Kass

CTCN / Statistics & Data Science Seminar: Robert Kass

December 11, 2023 at 11 a.m.

Data Analytic Identification of Interacting Neural Populations: Ideas and Issues

CTCN Seminar Series: Cyprien Tamekue Woundja

CTCN Seminar Series: Cyprien Tamekue Woundja

November 7, 2023 at 9 a.m.

On the mathematical replication of the MacKay-type effects via control of the Amari-type equation

CTCN Seminar Series: Janine Bijsterbosch, PhD

CTCN Seminar Series: Janine Bijsterbosch, PhD

November 21, 2023 at 4 p.m.

NeuroTranslate: using transformers and geometric deep learning to translate between brain representations

CTCN Seminar Series: Jeff Zacks, PhD and Tan Nguyen

CTCN Seminar Series: Jeff Zacks, PhD and Tan Nguyen

February 20, 2024 at 4 p.m.

Uncertainty-driven updating enables human-like segmentation and categorization of naturalistic activity

CTCN Seminar Series: Keith Hengen, PhD

CTCN Seminar Series: Keith Hengen, PhD

December 5, 2023 at 4 p.m.

Peering into the Operating System: Sleep and Disease

CTCN Seminar Series: Naoki Hiratani, PhD

CTCN Seminar Series: Naoki Hiratani, PhD

October 24, 2023 at 4 p.m.

What kind of binding mechanisms are implemented in the brain?

CTCN Seminar Series: Robert Wong

CTCN Seminar Series: Robert Wong

February 13, 2024 at 4 p.m.

Preventing data leakage in neural decoding

CTCN Seminar Series: Tatiana Engel, PhD

CTCN Seminar Series: Tatiana Engel, PhD

March 19, 2024 at 4 p.m.

Identifying mechanisms of cognitive computations from spikes

CTCN Seminar Series: Tom Franken, MD, PhD

CTCN Seminar Series: Tom Franken, MD, PhD

December 19, 2023 at 4 p.m.

Border ownership and grouping in primate visual cortex

Mindfulness Mechanisms and Methods Meeting

Mindfulness Mechanisms and Methods Meeting

October 5-6, 2023

The CTCN at WashU is a sponsor of the M4 in St. Louis.

Physics Colloquium: Anqi Wu, PhD

Physics Colloquium: Anqi Wu, PhD

April 3, 2024 at 2:45 p.m.

Addressing challenges in modeling and understanding neural connectivity with generalized linear models

PI Workshop on Autonomy in Humans, Animals and Machines

PI Workshop on Autonomy in Humans, Animals and Machines

September 22, 2023

This workshop will explore topics in human-machine interaction, brain-inspired AI, models of decision-making behavior, and competence and robustness in autonomous systems, among other related topics. The workshop is open to WUSTL PIs only.