"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.
Books by Terrence Sejnowski: Liars, Lovers, and Heroes: What the New Brain Science Reveals About How We Become Who We Are,...
Introduction: Terry Sejnowski, Program Chair
Larry Abbott, "Multiple Time Scale of Neuronal Information Processing"
Michael Breakspear, "Unpacking the Brain Into Multiscale Space: Methods, Evidence, and Models"
Robert Knight, "Ultra High Gamma in...
Multi-level Brain Modeling
Friday, September 29, 2006Atkinson Auditorium, Calit2, UC San DiegoChair: Terry Sejnowski (Salk/UC San Diego)
Session 1:1:30 PM – Larry Abbott (Columbia University)“Multiple Time Scale of Neuronal Information Processing”2:15 – Kwabena Boahen (Stanford University)“Neurogrid: Emulating a Million Neurons in the Cortex”
Session 2:3:45 PM – Michael Breakspear (University of New South Wales)“Unpacking the Brain Into Multiscale Space: Methods, Evidence and Models”4:30 PM – Robert Knight (UC Berkeley)“Ultra High Gamma in the Human Electrocorticogram”
A selection of course lectures of interest to the TSN viewer.