[Comp-neuro] Methods in Computational Neuroscience course, MBL,
MA: Applications due Mar 8
fairhall at u.washington.edu
Wed Feb 17 00:58:21 CET 2010
Announcing the 2010 Methods in Computational Neuroscience course, to
be held at MBL, Woods Hole, MA from Aug 1 to 19.
The goal of this intensive course is to develop an understanding of
mathematical and computational methods applied to neurobiology by
seeing these tools at work in particular systems. Pairings of
experimentalists and theorists show how collaborative mathematical
approaches have eludicated the computational principles at work at all
levels of neural systems, from single cells to cognition. The course
covers neural coding, dynamical systems applied to single neurons,
dendritic arbors and networks, and learning and memory.
2010 speakers include:
Rava da Silveira
Directed by Adrienne Fairhall and Michael Berry.
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE MARCH 8!
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