Conference Spotlight: Cosyne 2020

Check out these talks and workshops featuring Simons Collaboration on the Global Brain, investigators, fellows and friends.

  • Thursday February 27, 2020plus--large

    Session 1

    7.45p Dissecting modularity and redundancy in multi-regional circuits by population recording and modeling.Byungwoo Kang, Guang Chen*, Nuo Li, Shaul Druckmann**

  • Friday February 28, 2020plus--large

    Session 2

    8.30a  Mehrdad Jazayeri, Computation-through-dynamics for the temporal control of behavior (invited)

    9.15a Flexible neural control of motor units revealed via latent factor models. Najja Marshall, Joshua Glaser, Sean Perkins, Larry Abbott, John Cunningham, Mark Churchland

    9.30a Evidence of a memory trace in motor cortex after short‐term learning. Darby Losey, Jay Hennig, Emily Oby, Matt Golub, Patrick Sadtler, Kristin Quick, Stephen Ryu, Elizabeth Tyler-Kabara, Aaron Batista, Byron Yu, Steven Chase

    9.45a Separation of preparatory neural states when learning multiple arm-movement dynamics.Xulu Sun, Daniel O’Shea, Matt Golub, Eric Trautmann, Stephen Ryu, Krishna Shenoy

    Session 4

    2.00p John Cunningham,Automating parameter inference in theoretical neuroscience (invited)

    3.15p Gradient-based learning with Hebbian plasticity in structured and deep neural networks. Dina Obeid, Cengiz Pehlevan

  • Saturday February 29, 2020plus--large

    Session 6

    9.15a Dissecting feedforward and feedback interactions between populations of neurons. Evren Gokcen, Joao Semedo, Amin Zandvakili, Christian Machens, Adam Kohn, Byron Yu

    9.45a Assembly Structure Expands the Dimension of Shared Variability in Cortical Networks.  Danielle Rager, Sanjeev Khanna, Matthew Smith, Brent Doiron

    Session 9

    5.00p Deep neural network modeling of visuomotor transformations during social interaction. Adam Calhoun, Benjamin Cowley, Jonathan Pillow, Mala Murthy

  • Sunday March 01, 2020plus--large

    Session 10

    8.30a Lisa Giocomo, Multiple maps for navigation (invited)

    9.45a A map of object space in primate inferotemporal cortex. Pinglei Bao, Liang She, Mason McGill, Doris Tsao

    Session 11

    11.15a A map for odors and place in posterior piriform cortex. Cindy Poo, Gautam Agarwal, Niccolo Bonnachi, Zachary Mainen

    11.30a Rapid representational drift in primary olfactory cortex. Carl Schoonover, Andrew Fink, Richard Axel

    Session 12

    2.15p The role of frontal cortex in multisensory decision-making. Philip Coen, Miles Wells, Peter Zatka-Haas, Matteo Carandini, Kenneth Harris