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#BernsteinConference 2020

The Bernstein Conference 2020 ended with a very upbeat and positive vibe for things to come. Indulge in this brief glance back and enjoy the talks published online.

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The Bernstein Conference 2020 proved immensely popular. It counted more participants (about 2800) from a much wider international diversity (63 countries) than never before in its history.

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Please note! The presentations are the sole responsibility of the authors, who are liable for their contents.

Invited Talks

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William Bialek: Searching for Simplicity Michael Brecht: Isomorphic mapping and computation in cortical circuits
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Rosa Cossart: Development and function of cortical hub neurons Srdjan Ostojic: Complementary roles of dimensionality and population structure in neural computations
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Vanessa Ruta: Themes and variations: the circuitry of mate selection and pursuit in Drosophila David Sussillo: Universality and individuality in neural dynamics across large populations of recurrent networks
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Fred Wolf: Evolutionary Transitions in Visual Cortex Design

Contributed Talks

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Kristopher T Jensen: Manifold GPLVMs for discovering non-Euclidean latent structure in neural data. H Dmitry Kobak: Phenotypic variation within and across transcriptomic cell types in mouse motor cortex
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Felipe Yaroslav Kalle Kossio: Drifting assemblies for persistent memory. Subhadra Mokashe: Learning sequences of temporally correlated patterns.
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Eleonora Russo: Coordinated prefrontal state transition leads extinction of reward-seeking behaviors Sarah Starosta: Dopamine and the algorithmic basis of foraging decisions.
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Oleg Vinogradov: Neuronal cultures self-organize towards excitation/inhibition balance.

 

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