Sense 2 Synapse 2017 Conference

Saturday, April 8th, The Rockefeller University
By Sense2Syapse
April 4, 2017

The final program for the Sense 2 Synapse  conference is online:

http://www.sense2synapse.com/program

Registration for participation will remain open until April 5th. You can register here:

http://www.sense2synapse.com/registrationForm

Join us for a day of interesting neuroscience presentations and further discussions during breakfast, lunch, and our legendary wine reception !
 

The organizing team
Christoph Kirst
Florian Berger
Jeremie Barral
Gonzalo Otazu
Nicolas Renier
 
 
Sense 2 Synapse 2017

Program
 
 9:00am
 
 Breakfast & Introduction
9:30am
 
 Gaby Maimon (The Rockefeller University)
 Quantitatively tuned efference copies in Drosophila
10:10am
 
 Contributed Short Talks
 Erin Barnhart (New York University)
 Multi-layered nonlinear integration of local motion cues underpins efficient coding of global motion patterns in Drosophila
 Menachem Katz (The Rockefeller University)
 Repetitive behavior mediated by glutamate is controlled by astrocyte-like glia in C. elegans

 10:40am
 
 Coffee Break
 11:15am
 
 Larry Abbott (Columbia University)
 A Novelty Detector in the Fly
 11:55am
 
 Contributed Short Talks
 Luca Mazzucato (Stony Brook University)
 Expectation modulates network dynamics in sensory circuits
 Leenoy Meshulam (Princeton University)
 Place and non-place: collective coding in large hippocampal networks
12:25pm
 
 Lunch Break & Poster Session
 3:00pm
 
 Nicole Rust (University of Pennsylvania)
 Single-trial familiarity memories for objects and scenes
 3:40pm
 
 Contributed Short Talks
 Na Young So (Columbia University)
 Representation of an intention toward a delayed action by neurons in the parietal cortex
 Izumi Fukunaga (OIST Graduate University)
 Task-dependent tuning of the olfactory bulb
 4:10pm
 
 Coffee Break
 4:40pm
 
 Sarah Woolley (Columbia University)
 Early social experience couples auditory tuning and vocal acoustics
 5:20pm
 
 Contributed Short Talks
 David S. Deutsch (Princeton University)
 From Courtship Song Processing to Behavior in Drosophila Females
 Srivatsun Sadagopan (University of Pittsburgh)
 Optimal features for auditory recognition
 6:00pm
 
 Reception