[CaBSSem] CaBSSem this Friday: Babak Kehavarz describes his computational model of the hippocampus

Stephen Lindsay slindsay at uvic.ca
Mon Jan 6 14:33:46 PST 2014


This Friday 10 January 2014, the Cognition and Brain Sciences Seminar (CaBSSem) kicks off the new year with guest speaker Babak Keshavarz, who will describe his computational model of the hippocampus. Babak is a PhD student in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UVic. His main areas of research are data modelling using neural eetworks and the dynamics of neuronal networks. He received a MSc from Iran University of Science and Technology in Electronics in 2010 and a BSc from Khaje Nasir Tusi University in Electronics.  His talk will include discussions of connectivity and behavior of the hippocampus,  types and physiological properties of neurons in this region, and how a detailed computational model can be derived using the existing data.  From 3:00 to 4:20 in the Psychology Reading Room (Cornett A228).  All are welcome.



Steve




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