RTG Research Seminar
Meets either Tuesday or Thursday (TBA weekly) at 12:00 PM in Thackeray Hall Rm 703.
- January 12: Ashok Kumar, Functional network reorganization during learning in a brain-computer interface paradigm, PNAS, by Jarosiewicz et al.
- January 19: Dr. Steve Chase, Carnegie-Mellon University, "Visuomotor adaptation observed through a brain-computer interface"
- January 26: Shelby Stanhope, Parallel tempering: Theory, applications, and new perspectives, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2005:3910-3916, by Earl et al.
- February 2: Dr. Gilles Clermont, University of Pittsburgh, "Applications of parallel tempering to estimate posteriors from individual patients' data"
- February 9: Glenn Young, Uninformed individuals promote democratic consensus in animal groups", Science, 334, 1578 (2011), by Couzin et al.; Supporting material
- February 16: Prof. Ian Couzin, Princeton University, "From democratic consensus to cannibalistic hordes: the principles of collective behavior"; abstract.
- February 23: Sarah Lukens, Influenza A virus infection kinetics paper, PLoS Comp. Biol., 2011, 7(2):e1001081, by Smith et al.
- March 1: Dr. Amber Smith, Los Alamos National Laboratory, "Influenza PB1-F2 expression: kinetics of primary and secondary infections".
- March 13: Abby Snyder, Inhibitory feedback promotes stability in an oscillatory network, J. Neural Eng., 2011, 8:065001.
- March 15: Prof. Amitabha Bose, New Jersey Institute of Technology, "Inhibitory feedback promotes stability in an oscillatory network".
- March 22: Prof. Kresimir Josic, University of Houston.
- March 29: NO MEETING
- April 5: David Burstein, Learning to move machines with the mind, Trends in Neurosciences, 2011, 34, by Green and Kalaska
- April 12: Matthew Golub, Carnegie Mellon University, "Internal model estimation in brain-computer interfaces".
- April 19: Jared Barber, An algorithm for finding globally identifiable parameter combinations of nonlinear ODE models using Grobner Bases,
Mathematical Biosciences, 222, 2009: 62-71, by Meshkat, Eisenberg, and DiStefano.
- April 26: Marisa Eisenberg, Mathematical Biosciences Institute of The Ohio State University
- September 6: Stefanos Folias, 'New patterns of activity in a pair of E-I neural fields'
- September 13: Cheng Ly, 'Cellular and circuit mechanims
maintain low co-variability and enhance whisker velocity codes'
- September 20: Sarah Lukens, 'Linking population-level and host-level models of Influenza A virus'
- September 27: Ashok Kumar, 'Slow dynamics and high variability in balanced networks with clustered'
- October 4: Jared Barber, 'Models of Inflammation in the Lung'
- October 18: Zach Kilpatrick, 'Effect of persistent and transient stimuli on spatiotemporal dynamics of neural fields'
- October 25: Robert Rosenbaum, 'The transfer and propagation of correlated neuronal activity'
- November 1: Tracy Stepien, 'Stretch-dependent proliferation in a one-dimensional elastic
continuum model of cell layer migration'
- November 8: Lucy Spardy, 'Investigating interactions between spinal cord networks in scratching and
- November 15: Glenn Young, 'Modeling self-sacrificing
- November 22: Abby Snyder, 'Modeling scratch rhythm in turtles'
- November 29: Shelby Stanhope, 'Posterior Distributions in Parameter Estimation'
- December 6: Jeremy Harris, (food: Stefanos)