Cognitive Science 200: Large-Scale Problems in Neuroscience
Professor: Patricia Churchland
January 12 - March 16, 2007
Neuro Enigmas II: Large-Scale Problems in Neuroscience
Spectacular progress notwithstanding, many fundamental problems in neuroscience remain unsolved. Neuroscience remains very much a young science, in the sense that it has not yet discovered the general principles governing its target phenomena. Although fruitful ideas of a...
Multi-level Brain Modeling
September 29, 2006
"In order to understand such a very complex system like the brain, we need to have techniques for being able to probe the brain."
An exploration of different techniques used to study brain function on multiple scales, both spatially and temporally.
Cognitive Science 200: The Temporal Dynamics of Learning
Professor: Gary Cottrell
April 13 - June 8, 2007
Cognitive Science 200 is an interdisciplinary seminar of changing topics used as a mechanism for Ph.D. students in the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program and the Cognitive Science Department to achieve breadth. This quarter, the topic is based on our new NSF-sponsored Science of Learning Center, The Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center (TDLC). The...