Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Cortical Dynamics

The HBP Partnering Project SloW Dyn, a FLAG-ERA Project, in collaboration with the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia and in collaboration with the EITN (European Institute of Theoretical Neuroscience, Human Brain Project) are organizing a one day workshop on:

Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Cortical Dynamics

Location: Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Corso Bettini 31, Rovereto, Italy

Date: Friday September 22nd, 2017

Fully booked

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Preliminary programme

Time Title Speaker Affiliation
09:00 Introduction to the SloW Dyn project: Exploring cortical dynamics through the study of slow waves Mavi Sanchez-Vives ICREA-IDIBAPS, Barcelona
09:35 Novel optical technologies to read and manipulate cortical activity patterns with high spatiotemporal resolution Tommaso Fellin IIT, Genoa
10:10 The relationship between cross-cell coupling and the timescales of population coding across cortex Stefano Panzeri IIT, Rovereto
10:45 Neuronal processing of visual object information in rat visual cortex Davide Zoccolan SISSA, Trieste
11:20 Coffee Break
11:50 Performance of an ambulatory dry-eeg device for auditory closed-loop stimulations in the home environment Eden Debellemaniere Rhythm, Paris
12:25 Modulation of cortical connectivity in humans when going from rest to task Maurizio Corbetta University of Padua
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Cell-to-cell and local field potential correlations are greatly enhanced during slow-wave sleep Alain Destexhe CNRS, Paris
14:35 Cerebellar dynamics across scales: from cells to microcircuits and neurorobots Egidio D'Angelo University of Pavia
15:10 Structural diversity of the cerebral cortex Ruth Benavides-Piccione Cajal Institute, Madrid
15:45 Organization and dynamics of intrinsic neural activity in the rodent brain Alessandro Gozzi IIT, Rovereto
16:20 Coffee Break    
16:50 Low-dimensional dynamics of cortical assemblies for a multiscale brain Maurizio Mattia ISS, Rome
17:25 Dissecting the features of the neuronal code that matter for information and behavior Ruben Moreno-Bote UPF, Barcelona
18:00 End of meeting    
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