Talks

Sep. 2015: NCCD conference, Bilbao, Spain.
Inhibition-stabilized balanced dynamics account for stimulus-induced changes of noise variability in the cortex.

August 2015: ACCN summer school, Lisbon, Portugal.
Lectures on cortical circuit dynamics [pdf]

July 2015: Google DeepMind, London, UK.
Fast but not furious: sampling-based inference in balanced neuronal networks.

May 2015: Oxford University, UK.
Inhibition-stabilized balanced dynamics account for stimulus-induced changes of noise variability in the cortex.

May 2015: TU Berlin. Lecture on transient-based computations in cortical circuits.

Apr. 2015: IDIBAPS, Barcelona.
Inhibition-stabilized balanced dynamics account for stimulus-induced changes of noise variability in the cortex.

Jan. 2015: Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, UCL.
Optimal control of transient dynamics in balanced networks.

Nov. 2014: European Institute for Theoretical Neuroscience, Paris, France.
Fast but not furious: sampling-based inference in balanced neuronal networks. [pdf]
Workshop on stochastic neural computation

Sep. 2014: Grossman Center for the Statistics of Mind, Columbia University, New York.
From dynamics to statistics: trial-average trajectories and across-trial variability of cortical responses.
Workshop webpage

Sep. 2014: Oxford University, UK.
From dynamics to statistics: trial-average trajectories and across-trial variability of cortical responses.

June 2013: Humboldt University, Berlin.
Rich transient dynamics in inhibition-stabilized cortical network models.

Feb. 2013: University of Sheffield, UK.
Transient collective dynamics in inhibition-stabilized (motor) circuits.

Feb. 2012: Neurotheory center, Columbia University, New York.
Transient amplification in the cortex: what are "good" connectivity motifs? [pdf]

Jan. 2012: Computational and Biological Learning Lab, University of Cambridge, UK.
Amplification and fast dynamics in cortical circuits: the role of synaptic connectivity.

Other randomly selected presentations

February 2014: Tea talk on saddle-free Newton optimization (CBL, Cambridge) [pdf]

May 2014: Tea talk on OCaml (CBL, Cambridge)
[HTML slide system: courtesy of Christian Steinrueken]

April 2014: Neuroscience out of control (CBL, Cambridge; joint meeting with Rodolphe Sepulchre's control group) [pdf]

January 2013: Tea talk on nonnormality and the pseudospectrum (CBL, Cambridge) [pdf]