Applications are invited for a PhD studentship on Computational frameworks for high-dimensional neural data with Dr. Shabnam Kadir in the Biocomputation Research Group. The shortlisting process will begin on 8 January 2018. More details within.
Yi will be discussing feature selection modelling for percutaneous absorption across Synthetic membranesTagged as : machine learning
Philip will be presenting a talk on 'The Science of Variable Stars and Transient Sources'.
Julia will be continuing on from last week and presenting the paper 'Firing patterns in the adaptive exponential integrate-and-fire model' by Naud et al. (2008).
Julia will be presenting the paper 'Firing patterns in the adaptive exponential integrate-and-fire model' by Naud et al. (2008).
Anuradha's talk on the Human Speech Spectrum, Frequency Range and Formants.Tagged as : Speech recognition
Neil Davey's journal club session on Network Connectivity.
Rebecca will be presenting the work she conducted for her masters thesis titled 'How the Olfactory Bulb processes naturalistic time-varying inputs'.
Marco Ortu who is visiting for the week, will be giving the presentation 'Measuring Effectiveness and Affectiveness in Software Systems'.
Volker Steuber will give a basic introduction to compartmental modelling of neurons and discuss the Hodgkin-Huxley model, published in the paper A quantitative description of membrane current and its application to conduction and excitation in nerve (Hodgkin and Huxley, 1952)'.
machine learning Neuromorphic hardware Computational modelling Dendritic computation Astronomy Synaptic plasticity PCA HBP Olfaction Graph theory Human Brain Project E-learning Neuron Simplified single-neuron models Neuroscience SpiNNaker Associative memory Homoeostasis Computational neuroscience Cerebellum Firing patterns Neuronal Morphology Systems biology Studentship SVM Open position Structural plasticity Research Fellowship Software development Network connectivity