[Comp-neuro] NEST Conference 2020 Program — Registration Deadline Monday 22 June 2020

Hans Ekkehard Plesser hans.ekkehard.plesser at nmbu.no
Tue Jun 16 10:45:18 CEST 2020


Dear Colleagues!

The virtual NEST Conference 2020 on 29/30 June is less than two weeks away and we are happy to invite you to an exciting program of presentations and workshops, which you will find below. The conference will be single track to facilitate interactions and include virtual coffee breakouts to mix and mingle.

Please don't forget to register by MONDAY, 22 June 2020 at https://www.nest-simulator.org/conference. Please note that we now also accept PayPal as a payment method.

See you at the NEST Conference 2020!

Hans Ekkehard Plesser & Susanne Kunkel


Monday 29 June, 2020 (all times are CEST)

  *   09:00 — Welcome & Introduction (Susanne Kunkel)
  *   09:15 — NEST user-level documentation: Why, how and what’s next? (Sara Konradi)
  *   09:35 — Exploring new Fenix resources using NEST (Alexander Patronis)
  *   09:55 — Minibreak
  *   10:00 — Toward a possible integration of NeuronGPU in NEST (Bruno Golosio)
  *   10:45 — Coffee breakout
  *   11:15 — Workshop: NEST multiscale co-simulation (Wouter Klijn)
  *   12:15 — Lunch break
  *   13:15 — Thalamo-cortical spiking model of incremental learning combining perception, context and NREM-sleep-mediated noise-resilience (Chiara De Luca)
  *   14:00 — Minibreak
  *   14:05 — An Integrated Model of Visual Perception and Reinforcement(Petia Koprinkova-Hristova)
  *   14:25 — Partial Information Decomposition Contextual Neurons in NEST(Sepehr Mahmoudian)
  *   14:45 — Coffee breakout
  *   15:15 — deNEST: a declarative frontend for specifying networks and running simulations in NEST (Tom Bugnon)
  *   15:35 — Primate perisylvian cortex in NEST: from reflex to small world (Harry Howard)
  *   15:55 — Minibreak
  *   16:00 — Modeling robust and efficient coding in the mouse primary visual cortex using computational perturbations (Stefan Mihalas)
  *   16:45 — Wrap-up (Hans Ekkehard Plesser)
  *   17:00 — Mingle

Tuesday 30 June, 2020 (all times are CEST)

  *   09:00 — A spiking neural network builder for systematic data-to-model workflow(Carlos E Gutierrez)
  *   09:20 — Insite: A Generalized Pipeline for In-transit Visualization and Analysis(Simon Oehrl)
  *   09:40 — Minibreak
  *   09:45 — NEST Component for Modeling Spiking Neuron-Astrocyte Networks(Jugoslava Aćimović)
  *   10:30 — Coffee breakout
  *   11:00 — Atlas-mapped reconstruction and simulation of the cerebellar Lingula in NEST (Alice Geminiani)
  *   11:20 — Cerebro-cerebellar loops for sensorimotor adaptation (Alberto Antonietti)
  *   11:40 — Minibreak
  *   11:45 — Modeling plasticity inducing stimulation protocols in recurrent neuronal networks with homeostatic structural plasticity (Swathi Anil)
  *   12:30 — Lunch break
  *   13:30 — Dendrites in NEST (Willem Wybo)
  *   13:50 — Just-in-time compilation for NESTML models in NEST Simulator (Charl Linssen)
  *   14:10 — NEST Desktop: A web-based GUI for the NEST Simulator (Sebastian Spreizer)
  *   14:30 — Minibreak
  *   14:40 — Evolving interpretable plasticity rules using NEST (Jakob Jordan)
  *   15:25 — Coffee breakout
  *   15:45 — Workshop: deNEST: a declarative frontend for specifying networks and running simulations in NEST (Tom Bugnon & William Mayner)
  *   16:45 — Closing Remarks

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Prof. Dr. Hans Ekkehard Plesser
Head, Data Science Section

Faculty of Science and Technology
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
PO Box 5003, 1432 Aas, Norway

Phone +47 6723 1560
Email hans.ekkehard.plesser at nmbu.no<mailto:hans.ekkehard.plesser at nmbu.no>
Home  http://arken.nmbu.no/~plesser

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