Center of Excellence for Learning in Education, Science and Technology A National Science Foundation Science of Learning Center

Non-Conference Presentations 2011

  1. Ames, H. and Chandler, B. (2011). Reshaping computing with brain-inspired hardware. Ericsson Lab Visit, Boston MA.
  2. Barbas, H. (2011). A panoramic view of prefrontal circuits for attention. Swartz symposium on the Organization and Function of Large-Scale Brain Circuits, Yale University, October 28.
  3. Barbas, H. (2011). Prefrontal pathways that control attention. Plenary lecture, Concordia, Inter-institutional symposium, Montreal, October 20.
  4. Barbas, H. (2011). Cortical organization. Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 16.
  5. Barbas, H. (2011). Principles of connections in the cortex. Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 16.
  6. Barbas, H. (2011). Neural processing through the thalamus and basal ganglia. Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 16.
  7. Barbas, H. (2011). Prefrontal pathways for emotions. Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 17.
  8. Barbas, H. (2011). Prefrontal pathways that control attention in normal function and disease. Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 17.
  9. Barbas, H. (2011). Cortical organization: Neuronal circuitry and microstructure. Woods Hole, August 22.
  10. Barbas, H. (2011). Principles of processing through the thalamus. Woods Hole, August 22.
  11. Barbas, H. (2011). Cortical architecture and connection patterns in normal function and disease. Woods Hole, August 22.
  12. Barbas, H. (2011). Cortical architecture and connection patterns. Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, July 18.
  13. Barbas, H. (2011). Sensory pathways and emotions. Cold Spring Harbor Lab, Circuits and Connectivity in the Vertebrate Brain, July 11.
  14. Barbas, H. (2011). Principles of processing through the thalamus. Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience, Santa Barbara, June 27.
  15. Barbas, H. (2011). Prefrontal pathways for emotions. Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience, Santa Barbara, June 27.
  16. Barbas, H. (2011). Prefrontal pathways that control attention. Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience, Santa Barbara, June 27.
  17. Barbas, H. (2011). Defects in prefrontal axons disrupt communication in autism. The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, Long Island, New York, May 10.
  18. Barbas, H. (2011). Prefrontal pathways in function and dysfunction. Northeastern University, April 21.
  19. Barbas, H. (2011). A panoramic view of functional connections. EASRB NSF meeting, Boston, MA, April 9.
  20. Barbas, H. (2011). Prefrontal pathways in function and dysfunction. Invited colloquium, Northeastern University, April.
  21. Barbas, H. (2011). Defects in prefrontal axons disrupt communication in autism. Invited colloquium, Schriver Center, April.
  22. Barbas, H. (2011). Some thoughts on time and the brain. Invited presentation, Zolt/Gilbourne seminar on Time, Boston MA, March.
  23. Barbas, H. (2011). To attend or not attend: Ask the prefrontal cortex. Invited colloquium, MIT Seminar, Cambridge MA, February.
  24. Barbas, H. (2011). Prefrontal pathways in function and dysfunction. Invited lecture, Marseille, France, January.
  25. Barbas, H. (2011). Anatomo-functional organization of the prefrontal cortex: or a tale of two prefrontal limbic systems. Invited lecture, Lyon, France, February.
  26. Barbas, H. (2011). Plasticity and vulnerability in limbic cortices: Two sides of the same coin. Lecture at the NSF Science of Learning Centers annual meeting, Arlington VA, December.
  27. Bharadwaj, H., Lee, A.K.C., Kurkjy, N., and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2011). Measuring auditory attention using frequency tagging. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  28. Brincat, S.L. and Miller, E.K. (2011). Prefrontal and hippocampal coding during long-term memory formation in monkeys. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  29. Brincat, S.L., Panko, M., Brumberg, J., Salazar, A., Roy, J., Overduin, S., Kennedy, P., Miller, E.K., and Guether, F. (2011). Toward a stable, long-term brain-machine interface. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  30. Brown, T.I., Ross, R.S., Tobyne, S.M., and Stern, C.E. (2011). The functional connectivity of the hippocampus and caudate during successful disambiguation of well-learned spatial sequences. Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, March.
  31. Cao, B. (2011). Brightness-related response in V1 and V2. Invited lecture, Neurobiology Department, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA, April.
  32. Chandler, B. and Appavoo, J. (2011). Brain-inspired computing. GPU@BU workshop, Boston MA.
  33. Cutsuridis, V. (2011). Origins of a repetitive and co-contractive pattern of muscle activation in Parkinson's disease. Computational neuroscience and dynamics of disease states workshop, Leiden, The Netherlands, August.
  34. Denovellis, E., Buschman, T., Diogo, C., Bullock, D., Miller, E. (2011). Rule-based task-switching in the anterior cingulate and prefrontal cortex. NSF Science of Learning Centers annual meeting, Arlington VA, December.
  35. Eldridge, S., Joshi, A. (2011). Autonomous robotics. EK131/132 Freshman Presentation, Boston MA, September.
  36. Eldridge, S., Joshi, A., Raudies, F., and Versace, M. (2011). A neuromorphic hardware that learns to navigate based on optic flow. Mark Motter NASA visit, Boston MA, March.
  37. Eldridge, S., Joshi, A., Raudies, F., Versace, M. (2011). Optic flow FPGA demonstration. Jay Myung USAF AFMC visit, Boston MA, October.
  38. Galbraith, B.V. (2011). A brain-machine interface for assistive robotic control. Ericsson Lab Visit, Boston MA.
  39. Gardner, T. (2011). Aspen Center for Physics, July.
  40. Gardner, T. (2011). Informal Presentations, HHMI Janelia Farm, September.
  41. Gardner, T. (2011). CELEST Science of Learning seminar, Boston University.
  42. Gardner, T. (2011). Oxford University, August.
  43. Gardner, T. (2011). McGovern Institute Departmental Neuroscience Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, October.
  44. Gillet, S., Newman, E., and Hasselmo, M.E. (2011). Dynamics of rodent learning in a randomized place forced choice task. CELEST Workshop on Functional Connections, Boston MA, October.
  45. Grossberg, S. (2011). Psychological time. Invited talk presented at the Zolt/Gilbourne seminar on Time, Boston University, Winter/Spring.
  46. Grossberg, S. (2011). Behavioral economics and neuroeconomics: Cooperation, competition, preference, and decision making. Department Seminar, Boston University, November.
  47. Hasselmo, M. (2011). Oscillations and grid cells in entorhinal cortex. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  48. Humphries, C. (2011). Brainy, but so artificial. In Boston University Arts & Sciences Magazine, pp. 18-23, Fall.
  49. John, Y.J. and Bullock, D. (2011). Simulating dopaminergic and cholinergic effects on decisions that depend on elapsed time and expected value. Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, March.
  50. Katz, D. (2011). Perceptual processing via coherent sequences of ensemble states. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  51. Kopell (2011). Multiple brain rhythms: Temporal structure and its functional implications. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  52. LePage, K., Steinvorth, S., Eden, U., Hasselmo, M., and Stern, C. (2011). Working memory, theta rhythms and MEG. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  53. Lim, Y., Shinn-Cunningham, B., and Gardner, T. (2011). Auditory contours and Gestalt rules for sound analysis. Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, March.
  54. Lim, Y., Shinn-Cunningham, B., and Gardner, T. (2011). Auditory contours and Gestalt rules for sound analysis. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  55. Markowithz, J. and Gardner, T. (2011). Testing the long-term stability of a neural code in songbirds. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  56. Markowitz, J., Poole, B., Gardner, T. (2011). Testing the long-term stability of a neural code in songbirds. Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, March.
  57. Miller, E.K. (2011). Biomed Distinguished Lecturer, University of Leuven, Belgium.
  58. Miller, E.K. (2011). Neuroscience Seminar, Brandeis University.
  59. Miller, E.K. (2011). Neuroscience Seminar, Columbia University.
  60. Miller, E.K. (2011). Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute, University of California at Berkeley.
  61. Miller, E.K. (2011). Biomed Distinguished Lecturer, University of Leuven, Belgium.
  62. Miller, E.K. (2011). International Neuropsychological Symposium, Mondsee, Austria.
  63. Miller, E.K. (2011). Brain rhythms and cognition. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  64. Miller, P. (2011). Stochastic transitions between discrete states in models of taste processing and decision-making. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  65. Newmark, R.E. (2011). High-resolution imaging of the medial temporal lobe during working memory. Graduate Program in Neuroscience Seminar Series, Boston University, May.
  66. Newmark, R.E., Schon, K., Ross, R.S., Young, M., and Stern, C.E. (2011). Disambiguation during working memory: A high-resolution investigation of the human medial temporal lobe. Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, March.
  67. Noyce, A. and Sekuler, R. (2011). Surprises are mistakes: An EEG source localization study of prediction errors. NSF Science of Learning Centers annual meeting, Arlington VA, December.
  68. Payne, L. and Berteau, S. (2011). Network analysis in EEG source space of the dynamics that support intentional ignoring of visual stimuli. NSF Science of Learning Centers annual meeting, Arlington VA, December.
  69. Quiroz Y.T., Celone K., Budson A.E., Ruiz A., Lopera F., and Stern, C.E. (2011). Recognition of previously viewed faces in pre-symptomatic familial Alzheimer’s disease: An fMRI study. Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, March.
  70. Raudies, F. (2011). Modeling visual navigation using optic flow. Science of Learning Centers PI Meeting, Boston MA, December.
  71. Raudies, F., Eldridge, S., Joshi, A., and Versace, M. (2011). Reinforcement learning for visual navigation. Lecture at the NSF Science of Learning Centers annual meeting, Arlington VA, December.
  72. Raudies, F., Eldridge, S., Joshi, A., Versace, M. (2011). Reinforcement learning for visual navigation. Science of Learning Centers PI Meeting, Boston MA, December.
  73. Raudies, F., Joshi, A., Versace, (2011). Ericcson Visit, Boston MA, May.
  74. Sekuler, R. (2011). Martinos Center, MGH, April.
  75. Sekuler, R. (2011). Presentation to Cognitive Rhythms Collaborative, August.
  76. Shinn-Cunningham, B. (2011). Brain rhythms and audition. The Center for BioDynamics and Cognitive Rhythms Collaborative Spring 2011 Mini-Symposium, Boston University, April.
  77. Somers, D. (2011). How your brain pays attention. Educational outreach program for approximately 120 middle school students, Chenery Middle School, Belmont MA, March.
  78. Stern, C. (2011). Memory systems in the brain. Educational outreach program for approximately 120 middle school students, Chenery Middle School, Belmont MA, March.
  79. Szalay, J.J. and Kantak, K.M. (2011). The path out of addiction: brain regions responsible for consolidating extinction of cocaine-conditioned memory. Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, March.
  80. Varghese, L., Best, V., and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2011). Converging evidence from behavior and electroencephalography for differences in the storage of streams vs. individual sound objects. CELEST Workshop on Dynamic Coding, Boston MA, July.
  81. Versace, M. and Chandler, B. (2011). Brain-inspired computing. Invited lecture, MITRE, Burlington MA.
  82. Versace, M. and Chandler, B. (2011). Brain-inspired computing. Invited lecture, BAE Systems, Burlington MA.
  83. Versace, M. and Chandler, B. (2011). Brain-inspired computing. Invited lecture, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories, Boston MA.
  84. Versace. M., Snider, G., and Mingolla, E. (2011). Brain-inspired computing. Invited lecture, Los Alamos National Lab, Los Alamos NM.
  85. Wilson, M. (2011). Hippocampal memory encoding and reactivation. Hippocampal memory encoding and reactivation, Boston MA, July.
  86. Zaydens, E., Tan, C.O., Taylor, J.A., Cohen, M., and Eden, U.T. (2011). A novel approach to analyzing muscle sympathetic nerve activity in humans. Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, March.