Carnegie Mellon University
Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition

Computational Neuroscience Seminar Schedule

Time: Monday noon.
Place: Mellon Institute Rm 115


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Date
Presenter
Food Provider
Papers
Summer 2002



07/15/2002
Yuguo Yu
Evan Smith
Dynamical Origins of Neuronal Adaptation
07/22/2002
Evan Smith
Kui Shen
TBA
07/29/2002
Kui Shen
Scott Marmer
Dong and Atick (ps) | Dan, Atick and Reid (pdf)
08/05/2002
Scott Marmer
Brian Potetz
TBA
08/12/2002
Brian Potetz
Mark Albert
Simon Thorpe (pdfs)
08/19/2002
Mark Albert
Richard Gerkin
Ed Rolls (pdfs)
08/26/2002
Richard Gerkin
Yan Karklin
Nelson pdf
Fall 2002



09/09/2002
Yan Karklin
Stella Yu
Karklin and Lewicki (pdf)
09/16/2002
Stella Yu
Tai Sing Lee
Gao, Black, Bienenstock, Shoham and Donoghue (pdf)
09/23/2002
Tai Sing Lee
Orna Rosenthal
Richmond and Wiener (pdf)
10/02/2002
Orna Rosenthal
Nathaniel Daw
Sham and von der Malsburg (pdf)
10/9/2002
Nathaniel Daw
Mike Lewicki
Schwartz and Simoncelli (pdf)
10/16/2002
Mike Lewicki
Yuguo Yu
Meister and Berry (pdf)
10/23/2002
Yuguo Yu
Evan Smith
Smirnakis and Miester (pdf)


The CNS seminars are held on Mondays at noon in Mellon Institute Rm 115, Carnegie Mellon University. If you would like to be on our cns-vision mailing list, please contact Dr. Tai Sing Lee at tai@cs.cmu.edu. or Dr. Mike Lewicki at lewicki@cs.cmu.edu.