What Iíve been up to lately:
APRIL, 2013: awarded an IST research fellowship; new project on hippocampal memory recall, in collaboration with Gasper Tkacic and Jozsef Csicsvari.
APRIL, 2013: moving to Paris over the summer, visiting the lab of Sophie Deneve at ENS.
MARCH 2013: US trip was great fun; posted extended technical comment on assesing relevance of spontaneous activity, in response to the reply from Okun et al (arXiv, 2031), here.
FEBR 2013: upcoming talks at Columbia(12th), NYU (11th) and Janelia (15th) in March. New technical commentary on assesing relevance of spontaneous activity posted on arXiv.
JAN 2013: 2 Cosyne posters; joined PC for UAI 2013; upcoming talk on recognition memory models at the Cambridge Memory Meeting on Febr. 21st.
DEC, 2012: great workshop at MBI, Ohio.
NOV, 2012: talk at ENS Paris on effective retrieval from correlated synapses.
OCT, 2012: iCoNeT talk on effective retrieval from bounded synapses; 2 talks at SfN about recent analysis of data from the Fiser lab.
AUG, 2012: had a great time as ACCN 2012 tutor; upcoming: invited talk at iCoNeT 2012, Freiburg on October 5th.
JULY, 2012: upcoming: SfN nanosymposium on Organization in Vision: Functional Architecture and Neural Coding.
MAY, 2012: upcoming: Sensory Coding and Natural Environment 2012 and MBI workshop on Cognitive Neuroscience.
APRIL, 2012: some cool new results analysing V1 spike data from the Fiser lab.
MARCH, 2012: another round of supervisions over; RCC talk on "Auxiliary variable methods for sampling"; upcoming trips to Juelich, Budapest and Brandeis.
FEBR, 2012: visiting Columbia (NY) and the mormons.
JAN, 2012: Cosyne poster accepted. Will be tutoring at ACCN next summer.
DEC, 2011: great feedback for poster presented at NIPS. Granada wasn't bad either
NOV, 2011: poster at plasticity and learning meeting in Marseille; new work on recall from correlated synapses sent off to Cosyne.
SEPT, 2011: poster at EBBS meeting in Seville.
AUG, 2011: upcoming @NIPS new paper on the role of familiarity in recollection.
FEB, 2011: keeping busy 2 posters and a talk in the workshops (Cosyne 2011).
SEPT, 2010: The big move.
APRIL, 2010: Two more upcoming trips: Yale and Budapest. I'll be presenting new data on my working memory model at the Sloan-Swartz meeting in June.
APRIL, 2010: Trip to Yerevan. TA-ing new course on Information theory.
MARCH, 2010: Lots of good news: thesis paperwork finally done, G-node school, new job, Plos paper accepted and great fun at the WM workshop in Weizmann.
JUNE, 2009: Visiting Montreal: ICML, MSRL, and the Romanian Consulate.
JAN, 2009: Coming up this fall - the Bernstein students symposium (satellite meeting of BCCN 2009).
SEPT, 2008: 3 great weeks in EPFL, playing with spike-based BCM models and ICA.
JULY, 2007: Great fun at the Telluride Workshop in Neuromorphic Engineering.
Last modified: 23 April 2013