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List of Interesting Papers

CNBC Computational Neuroscience Group

Time: Wednesdays, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Place: Mellon Institute 115 Conference Room
Current Schedule

Date Presenter Food Provider Papers Presentation
11/1/2006 Tai Sing Lee Matt Smith Schneidman, Berry, Segev, Bialek (2006) "Weak pairwise correlation imply strong correlated network states ...";

11/8/2006 Matt Smith Doru Balcan Schlens et al (2006) "The structure of multi-neuron firing patterns in primate retina"

11/15/2006 Doru Balcan Sofia Cavaco Schneidman, Bialek, Berry (2003) "Synergy, Redundancy, and Independence in Population Codes"

11/22/2006 Thanksgiving vacation

11/29/2006 Sofia Cavaco Ryan Kelly Thesis proposal practice

12/13/2006 Ryan Kelly Stom Tepleton Pillow et. al (2005) "Prediction and Decoding of Retinal Ganglion Cell Responses with a Probabilistic Spiking Model"
1/10/2007 Stom Tepleton Jason Samonds Wu D-A, Kanai R, Shimojo S (2004) "Steady-state misbinding of colour and motion"

1/24/2007 Jason Samonds Daniel Leeds Johnson DH (2004) "Neural Population Structures and Consequences for Neural Coding"

1/31/2007 Daniel Leeds Brian Potetz Nagel and Doupe (2006), "Temporal Processing and Adaptation in the Songbird Auditory Forebrain"

2/7/2007 Brian Potetz Mike Lewicki Howe, Lotto, Purves (2006) "Comparison of Bayesian and empirical ranking approaches to visual perception"


Notes
The official order list is kept here.
If you are presenting, please try to send an announcement to the cns group (cns-vision@cnbc.cmu.edu) by the Friday before the meeting. Also remember to update this web page, which is located on condor in /home/httpd/www/cns/index.html.
If you are getting food, plan for 12 people and try to have the food there before noon.

The CNS seminars are open to the public and are held on Wed at 12:00pm 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.