Dynamic Coding in Neural Signals Workshop on July 29

The Center of Excellence for Learning in Education, Science and Technology (CELEST) is holding a workshop on its cross-function initiative Dynamic Coding in Neural Signals at Boston University (677 Beacon Street, Room B02) on July 29, 2011. from 1:00 – 5:45 pm. The workshop is free and open to the public. There will be talks by invited speakers from 1 – 4:15, including presentations by Don Katz (“Perceptual processing via coherent sequences of ensemble states”) and Paul Miller (“Stochastic transitions between discrete states in models of taste processing and decision-making”). a student and postdoc poster session will follow, with ample opportunity for discussion between presenters and workshop attendees.

CELEST is a joint venture of scientists at four Boston-area universities including Brandeis and is sponspored by the National Science Foundation. Robert Sekuler, Louis and Frances Salvage Professor of Psychology at Brandeis, is a co-Principal Investigator, and Biology and Neuroscience faculty Gina Turrigiano and Paul Miller are also involved in the center.

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