Redwood Center Inaugural Symposium
UC Berkeley, October 7, 2005
Note: All talks were videotaped and are available here.
|8:45-9:00|||Bruno Olshausen, Redwood Center, UC Berkeley |
Welcome and introduction
|9:00-9:45||Horace Barlow, Cambridge University |
"The Roles of Theory, Commonsense, and Guesswork in Neuroscience"
|9:45-10:30||Dan Kersten, University of Minnesota "Human Object Perception: |
"Theory, Psychophysics & Imaging"
|11:00-11:45||Sue Becker, McMaster University |
"The role of the hippocampus in memory, contextual gating, stress and depression"
|11:45-12:30||Florentin Worgotter, University of Goettingen |
"Learning in Neurons and Robots"
|2:00-2:45||Panel Discussion |
"The Role and Future Prospects for Math/Computational Theories in Neuroscience"
|2:45-3:30||David Heeger, New York University |
"What fMRI Can Tell Us about How Visual Cortex Works"
|4:00-4:45||Kevan Martin, ETH/UNI Zurich |
"Canonical Circuits for Neocortex"
|4:45-5:30||Terry Sejnowski, Salk Institute |
|5:30-8:30||Reception & Banquet talk |
Jeff Hawkins, Numenta
"Prospects and Problems of Cortical Theory"