Announcements of public talks, discussions and exchange formats organized within the Cologne Theoretical Neuroscience Forum as organized by Sacha van Albada, Silvia Daun, Martin Nawrot, Marc Tittgemeyer.

This forum brings together scientific experts in the theoretical and computational neurosciences. Topics cover all areas of basic, translational and clinical neuroscience, reflecting the broad neuroscience community in the Research Area Cologne.

Announcements will be sent via our mailing list for which you can enroll here:
https://lists.uni-koeln.de/mailman/listinfo/theoretical-neuroscience-forum

Upcoming Online Talks

We aim at regular talks on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 17:00 local time (CEST = GMT + 1).

Thursday 10 June 2021, 17:00

Frederike Petzschner

Brown University

Title of the Talk: t.b.a.
Host: t.b.a.

Thursday 08 July 2021, 17:00

Jonathan Rubin

Department of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh


Title of the Talk: t.b.a.
Host: Silvia Daun

Previous Talks

Wednesday 12 May 2021, 17:15

Friedemann Zenke

Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel

Title of the Talk: Finding the needle in the haystack – Functional circuit and network models for neuroscience
Host: Martin Nawrot

Thursday 11 March 2021, 17:00

Thomas Nowotny

University of Sussex

Title of the Talk:
Procedural connectivity and other recent advances for efficient spiking neural network simulations
Host: Martin Nawrot

Thursday 11 February 2021, 17:00

Benjamin Lindner

Theory of Complex Systems and Neurphysics,
HU Berlin and Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin


Title of the Talk:
Neural network models – analysis of their spontaneous activity and their response to single-neuron stimulation
Host: Martin Nawrot

Organizers

Sacha van Albada

Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine – Computational and Systems Neuroscience, Forschungszentrum Jülich & Institute of Zoology, University of Cologne


Silvia Daun

Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine – Cognitive Neuroscience, Forschungszentrum Jülich & Institute of Zoology, University of Cologne

Martin Nawrot

Computational Systems Neuroscience,
Institute of Zoology, University of Cologne

Marc Tittgemeyer

Translational Neurocircuitry, Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research, Cologne & Cologne Excellence Cluster of Aging Research, University of Cologne

This is an initiative of the Collaborative Research Center Motor Control in Health and Disease (SFB 1451) and the Research Training Group Neural Circuit Analysis on the Cellular and Subcellular Level (GRK 1960).