CBM sponsored events and relevant talks


  • Tim Behrens and James Whittington “The Tolman Eichenbaum machine and models of hippocampal entorhinal interactions“, Mon, Jan 6 2020, 10.am to 12 p.m., 164 Angell Carney Innovation Zone
  • Mitsuo Kawato, “Computational neuroscience for causal tools in humans”, Mon, April 1 2019, 12 p.m., Metcalf Research Building, Friedman Auditorium
  • Zhaoping Li,A new path to understanding vision from the perspective of the primary visual cortex”, Thurs June 7 2017, 4pm, CIT 368, 115 Waterman St.
  • Nancy Kopell, “Rhythms, Routing, Resonance, and Rule-based Decisions”, Mon May 21 2018, 12pm, Metcalf Rm 305
  • Beyond Deep Learning Workshop, Fri April 6, 2018, 4-6:30pm Friedman Auditorium
  • Jason Ritt, “Advancing neurocontrol for applications to active touch”, Mon 3/26, 12pm Metcalf Rm 305
  • Klaas Stephan, “Translational Neuromodeling, Computational Psychiatry and Computational Psychosomatics”, Wed March 14, 2018, 4pm Friedman Auditorium
  • Beyond Deep Learning Workshop, Thurs January 18 – Friday January 19, 2018, 2-4pm Friedman Auditorium


  • Jonathan Cohen, “Capacity Constraints in Cognitive Control:  Toward a Rational Explanation”, Tue May 9, 4pm, Friedman Auditorium
  • Chad Giusti, “Topological notions of structure in neural population activity”, Thurs Feb 16, 2pm, Marcuvitz Auditorium  
  • BIBS lunch, “Computation in Brain and Mind Grand Challenges: discovery through competition”, Thurs Oct 20, 12pm, Chancellor’s Dining Room
  • Joshua Vogelstein“Discovering the Nature of Nonlinear Relationships”, Wed Sept 14, 2016, 12pm, 182 George St Room 110.


  • Alan Stocker Tue Mar 8, 2016, 4pm, Friedman Audutorium (Metcalf Building), “Bayesian observer models based on efficient sensory representations” 
  • G Bard Ermentrout Tue Mar 1, 2016, 2:30pm 170 Hope St Room 108 “Space: The final frontier, Spatiotemporal dynamics in neural fields”
  • Noah GoodmanWed Oct 14, 2015, 4pm, Friedman Auditorium (Metcalf Building), Uncertainty in language and thought”
  • Moritz DegerWed Aug 19, 2015, 12pm, Sydney Frank Hall Rm 318, “Dynamics and Estimation of Large-Scale Spiking Neuronal Network Models”
  • Stephen Schiff Fri Feb 5, 2015, 3pm, Friedman Audutorium (Metcalf Building), “Unification in the observation and control of spikes, seizures, and spreading depression”. 
  • Daniel Wolpert  Wed Jan 29, 2014, 4pm, Friedman Auditorium (Metcalf Building), “Probabilistic models of sensorimotor control and decision making” 
  • Ila Fiete Wed April 9, 2014, 4pm, Friedman Auditorium (Metcalf), “The underlying dynamics of grid cells”
  • Peter Latham  Fri May 2, 2014, 3pm, Friedman Auditorium (Metcalf), “Synaptic noise: Feature or bug?”
  • Peter Dayan Sept 12, 2012, 4pm, Friedman Auditorium (Metcalf),

    “Competition and Cooperation between Model-free and Model-based Reinforcement Learning”

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