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Non-Conference Presentations 2012

  1. Ames, H. (2012). Integrative brain systems for autonomous virtual and robotic agents. AFRL Biologically Inspired Cyber Defense Workshop, Dayton, OH, August 28-30, 2012.
  2. Barbas, H. (2012). Prefrontal pathways and flexible behavior. Invited lecture, First Conference on the Frontal Lobes, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 23.
  3. Barbas, H. (2012). Approaches to neural communication. Invited lecture, Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 7.
  4. Barbas, H. (2012). Evolution, broad organization and connections of the cerebral cortex. Invited lecture, Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 7.
  5. Barbas, H. (2012). Patterns of laminar connections: Principles and models. Invited lecture, Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 7.
  6. Barbas, H. (2012). Neural processing through the thalamus and basal ganglia: Unique relationship of the basal ganglia with the frontal cortex. Invited lecture, Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 7.
  7. Barbas, H. (2012). Pathways for emotions through the prefrontal cortex. Invited lecture, Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 8.
  8. Barbas, H. (2012). Attentional regulation through prefrontal Pathways in normal function and psychiatric disease. Invited lecture, Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden, September 8.
  9. Barbas, H. (2012). Organization of prefrontal pathways for flexible behavior. Invited lecture, Woods Hole, August 20.
  10. Barbas, H. (2012). Thalamic interactions with the prefrontal cortex for attention, emotion and cognition. Invited lecture, 8th FENS Neuroscience, Symposium, Barcelona, Spain, June 15.
  11. Barbas, H. (2012). Prefrontal pathways and flexible behavior. Plenary lecture, ICCNS, Boston, MA, June 1.
  12. Bohland, J. (2012). Data-driven studies of large-scale molecular and circuit architecture of the brain. Invited lecture, Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, BrainMap Seminar Series, Boston, MA, May 2.
  13. Bullock, D. (2012). Synchronous neural ensembles for rules in the prefrontal cortex. Picower Retreat, Red Jacket Resort. South Yarmouth, MA, June.
  14. Bullock, D. (2012). Modeling forebrain contributions in reward prediction, procedural learning, action selection, and performance. Presentation to the Boston U. Psychology Research Frontiers Proseminar for Masters students, Boston, MA, November 14.
  15. Eldridge, S., Raudies, F., Versace, M., and Joshi, A. (2012). Biologically-inspired hardware for autonomous robots. Boston University Science and Engineering Day, Boston MA, March.
  16. Galbraith, B. (2012). Unlock: A Python-based framework for rapid development of practical brain-computer interface applications. Boston Python Meetup, Cambridge, MA, June 20.
  17. Galbraith, B. and Lorenz, S. (2012). A brain-machine interface for assistive robotic control. Ericsson Site Visit, Boston, MA, May 8.
  18. Galbraith, B. and Lorenz, S. (2012). A brain-machine interface for assistive robotic control. DENSO Site Visit, Boston, MA, June 5.
  19. Galbraith, B. and Lorenz, S. (2012). A brain-machine interface for assistive robotic control. TandemLaunch Site Visit, Boston, MA, June 11.
  20. Galbraith, B.V. (2012). A brain-machine interface for assistive robotic control. In "Science for the Public: Cracking the Neural Code for Speech”, Appeared on WGBH and online, January.
  21. Galbraith, B.V. (2012). A brain-machine interface for assistive robotic control. Boston Robot Design Meetup, Somerville, MA, February 3.
  22. Gardner, T. (2012). Sparse controur representations of sound. Harvard Medical School, Eaton Peabody Labs, February.
  23. Gardner, T. (2012). Object-based time-frequency analysis. Harvard Medical School, Eaton Peabody Labs, February.
  24. Gorchetchnikov, A. (2012). Demonstrations of the current state of the path integration system maintaining the position of the animat during random navigation in the simulated Morris water maze. Presented with minor variations to visiting partners and potential partners, Ericsson, May 8.
  25. Gorchetchnikov, A. (2012). Demonstrations of the current state of the path integration system maintaining the position of the animat during random navigation in the simulated Morris water maze. Presented with minor variations to visiting partners and potential partners, HP Labs, May 29-31.
  26. Gorchetchnikov, A. (2012). Demonstrations of the current state of the path integration system maintaining the position of the animat during random navigation in the simulated Morris water maze. Presented with minor variations to visiting partners and potential partners, DENSO Corporation, June 5.
  27. Hasselmo, M. (2012). Oscillations and grid cells in entorhinal cortex. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, January 10.
  28. Hasselmo, M. (2012). Oscillations and grid cells. University of California, San Diego, CA, April 10.
  29. Hasselmo, M. (2012). Grid cells and cognitive maps for autonomous systems. ONR MURI site visit, MIT, Cambridge, MA, April 24.
  30. Hasselmo, M. (2012). Oscillations, grid cells and head direction cells. International Graduate School of Neuroscience (IGSN) symposium on “What is going on in the hippocampus? Computational approaches to memory formation and spatial information processing.”, Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany, September 24.
  31. Hasselmo, M. (2012). Modeling grid cells and boundary vector cells driven by optic flow for visual navigation. Vision and Visual Optics (VIVO), Schepens Eye Research Institute.
  32. Lorenz, S., Brumberg, J. and Guenther, F. (2012). Adaptive tablet application design for a mobile EEG brain-computer interface. Boston University Science and Engineering Day, Boston MA, March.
  33. Markowitz, J. and Gardner, T. (2012). Long-range order in songbird vocal performance. Boston University Science and Engineering Day, Boston, MA, March.
  34. Markowitz, J., Guitchounts, G., and Gardner, T. (2012). A long-range, highly synchronous motor signal in the songbird brain. Invited lecture, GPN Recruitment Day, Boston University, Boston, MA, March.
  35. Markowitz, J., Guitchounts, G., and Gardner, T. (2012). Long-range structure of canary syntax. Invited lecture, GPN Recruitment Day, Boston University, Boston, MA, March.
  36. Newmark, R., Schon, K., Ross, R., and Stern, C. (2012). Mechanisms underlying active maintenance of overlapping and non-overlapping representations: A high-resolution investigation of medial temporal lobe structures. Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, Boston, MA.
  37. Newmark, R., Schon, K., Ross, R., Jun, B., and Stern, C. (2012). High-resolution fMRI study of hippocampal subfield and medial temporal lobe structures during maintenance of overlapping and non-overlapping stimuli. BU Science and Engineering Day, Boston, MA, March.
  38. Newmark, R., Schon, K., Ross, R., Jun, B., and Stern, C. (2012). High-resolution fMRI study of hippocampal subfield and medial temporal lobe structures during maintenance of overlapping and non-overlapping stimuli. Charles River Association for Memory, Boston, MA.
  39. Raudies, F. (2012). Modeling grid cells and boundary vector cells driven by optic flow for visual navigation. Vision and Visual Optics, Schepens Eye Research Institute, June 13.
  40. Raudies, F. (2012). Modeling grid cells and boundary vector cells driven by optic flow for visual navigation. University of Massachusetts (Boston), Department of Computer Science, October 23.
  41. Saperstein, S. (2012). What can brain imaging tell us about ADHD? BU Science and Engineering Day, Boston University, Boston, MA, March.
  42. Saperstein, S. (2012). What can brain imaging tell us about ADHD? Lecture at the Graduate Program for Neuroscience Seminar Series, Boston University, Boston, MA, May 11.
  43. Saperstein, S., Grady, L. and Bohland, J.W. (2012). What can brain imaging tell us about ADHD? Boston University Science and Engineering Day, Boston MA, March.
  44. Shinn-Cunningham, B. (2012). Acoustic features and individual differences affecting auditory attention. Berkeley Ear Club, February 6.
  45. Shinn-Cunningham, B. (2012). Acoustic features and individual differences affecting auditory attention. Boston University Hearing Research Seminar Series, February 17.
  46. Shinn-Cunningham, B. (2012). The importance of perceptual continuity in focusing auditory attention. MRC Cambridge, UK, April 11.
  47. Shinn-Cunningham, B. (2012). Auditory attention (or how you hear a voice inside your head). Eastern Auditory Retreat, University of Maryland, June 15.
  48. Versace, M. (2012). Intelligent machines or bust. Invited lecture, Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Harvard University, Boston, MA.
  49. Versace, M. (2012). Learning and information processing in computational models of the cerebral cortex. Invited lecture, Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
  50. Versace, M. (2012). ECE and robotics. EK131 Guest Lecture, Boston University, Boston, MA, October 10.
  51. Yazdanbakhsh, A. (2012). Primate visual system: Topics in motion, depth, and figure/ground segregation. Invited lecture, Mathematics Department, Wisconsin University.