This short course provides a week long introduction to the field of computational neuroscience. Theoretical studies of brain functions have focused on the information processing properties of individual neurons, neural circuits and networks, and systems. Computational neuroscience seeks to study these functions as revealed by neurophysiological experiments through computational means, and, as such, is high interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary. Our program brings together experimentalist, modelers, and theoreticians to illustrate the diverse approaches and disciplines that make up computational neuroscience.
The 2014 SJTU short course is sponsored by the SJTU Institute of Natural Sciences, the SJTU Zhiyuan College, and the Chinese Society for Neuroscience (Committee on Computational Neuroscience and Neural Engineering).
Room 601, Pao Yue-Kong Library, Minhang Campus, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Please register online. [Apply Online]
Preference is given to, but not limited to, applicants with a basic understanding of ordinary differential equations and probability and a working knowledge of Matlab.
No registration fee. Participants should cover their own lodging and meals.
|Dec. 22nd||8:00 ~ 9:00||Registration|
|9:00 ~ 12:00||Douglas Zhou||Dynamics and Analysis of Hodgkin-Huxley Neurons||601|
|14:00 ~ 17:00||Jianfeng Feng||Data driven approaches in neuroscience||601|
|Dec. 23rd||9:00 ~ 12:00||Douglas Zhou||Granger causality theory for neuronal network dynamics||601|
|14:00 ~ 17:00||Wei Wang||Integration from local visual cues to form global representations||601|
|Dec. 24th||9:00 ~ 12:00||Shanbao Tong||EEG-based brain connectivity and its plasticity after ischemic brain injury||601|
|14:00 ~ 17:00||Chengyu Li||Introduction to the dynamics of working memory||520|
|Dec. 25th||9:00 ~ 12:00||Xintian Hu||The development of monkey models of brain diseases and related studies||602|
|14:00 ~ 17:00||Computer Lab (Room 200, 2nd Floor, Department of Mathematics, SJTU), project.zip|
|Dec. 26th||9:00 ~ 12:00||Jianyuan Sun||Theoretical and experimental perspectives in synaptic transmission and short term plasticity||602|
|14:00 ~ 17:00||Yong Gu||The brain mechanisms underlying Bayesian optimal cue integration||602|
|Dec. 27th||9:00 ~ 12:00||Student Presentations|
|14:00 ~ 17:00|
Qing Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org)