Mar 22 – 25, 2023: NWG Meeting

March 22 – 25, 2023:15th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society (NWG) in Göttingen, Germany Poster presentation by Anna-Maria JürgensenTitle: Prediction error drives olfactory learning and conditioned behavior in a spiking model of Drosophila larva Poster presentation by Cansu AricanTitle: The mushroom body output encodes behavioral decision during sensory-motor transformation Poster presentation by Ibrahim TuncTitle: Data-driven […]

Sep 12 – 13, 2022: ANN Meeting

September 12 – 13, 2022:6th Meeting of the ANN in Bonn, Germany“Evolution of the arthropod brain – from development to structure” Talk by Martin NawrotTitle: Structural and functional substrate for intraglomerular signaling in the insect antennal lobeDate: Sep 12, 22, 17:30 Poster presentation by Magdalena SpringerTitle: A computational model of olfactory processing in the fly […]

Sep 6 – 8, 2022: Neuromorphic Algorithms Meeting

September 06 – 08, 2022:Neuromorphic Algorithms Meeting in Göttingen, Germany Talk by Martin NawrotTitle: Basic cellular and circuit mechanisms of dynamic sensory processing and plasticity as building blocks for spiking algorithms. Application Deadline: June 30, 2022 The meeting will take place in-person in Volpriehausen nearby Göttingen. Further information here: https://neal2022.tetzlab.com/

Aug 31 – Sep 03, 2022: ECRO Meeting

August 31 – September 03, 2022:ECRO XXXII Annual Meeting Bernstein in Berlin, Germany Poster presentation by Prof. Martin NawrotTitle: Prediction error coding underlying adaptive olfactory behavior in Drosophila melanogaster.Date: Thu, 1 Sep, 15:30 – 17:00, Poster Session No. 1-59,Planck Lobby & Meitner Hall Further information on the ECRO meeting:https://coms.events/ecro2022/index.html

Jul 24 – 29, 2022: ICN Conference

July 24 – 29, 2022:International Congress Neuroethology in Lisbon, Portugal Poster presentation by Cansu AricanTitle: Mushroom body output population activity allows for odor-cued behavioral prediction Poster presentation by Ibrahim TuncTitle: Neuronal noise and heterogeneity increase the dynamic range for encoding electrosensory stimuli Further information: https://neuroethology2020.com