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Talks

Date Title / Speaker Event
February 09, 1998 Overview and Introduction
Joel Keizer (University of California)
Calcium Dynamics in Cells
February 09, 1998 Welcome and Orientation
Robert Gulliver, Joel Keizer (University of California), Willard Miller Jr.
Calcium Dynamics in Cells
February 06, 1998 Mathematical Analysis of Pancreatic -Cell Models for Bursting Electrical Activity
Robert Miura (National Institutes of Health (NIH))
Tutorial on Calcium Dynamics in Cells
February 06, 1998 Calcium Sparks and Calcium Waves
Joel Keizer (University of California)
Tutorial on Calcium Dynamics in Cells
February 05, 1998 Calcium and Bursting Electrical Activity in Pancreatic Islets
Arthur Sherman
Tutorial on Calcium Dynamics in Cells
February 05, 1998 Introduction to Calcium Dynamics in Cells
Joel Keizer (University of California)
Tutorial on Calcium Dynamics in Cells
January 23, 1998 The Role of Adaptation in Shaping Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Neural Activity of Large Neural Networks
David Hansel (École Polytechnique)
Computational Neuroscience
January 23, 1998 Dynamics in Homogeneous Populations of Spiking Neurons --- Stability, Locking, and Fast Transients
Wulfram Gerstner (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL))
Computational Neuroscience
January 22, 1998 The Role of Inhibition in Synchronizing Neural Oscillations: A Geometric Approach
David Terman (The Ohio State University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 22, 1998 How the Cortex Controls Thalamically-Generated Oscillations
Alain Destexhe (Laval University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 22, 1998 Synchrony of Large Sparse Neuronal Networks
David Golomb (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)
Computational Neuroscience
January 22, 1998 Synaptically Generated Waves
G. Bard Ermentrout (University of Pittsburgh)
Computational Neuroscience
January 21, 1998 Neuronal Mechanisms of Visuospatial Working Memory in Prefrontal Cortex
Xiao-Jing Wang (Brandeis University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 21, 1998 The Generation of Corticostriatal Firing Patterns: Roles for Synaptic and Intrinsic Mechanisms
Charles Wilson (Univ of Tennessee Ctr Health Sciences)
Computational Neuroscience
January 21, 1998 Network Dynamics Mediated by Synaptic Depression
John Rinzel (New York University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 21, 1998 Mechanisms of Synaptic Enhancement and Depression
Arthur Sherman (National Institutes of Health (NIH))
Computational Neuroscience
January 20, 1998 Problems in a Unified Kinematics of Simple and Multilattices
John White (Boston University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 20, 1998 Weakly Connected Neural Neworks: A Review
Eugene Izhikevich (Arizona State University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 20, 1998 Response Tuning in the Somato-Sensory Cortex
David Pinto (Boston University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 20, 1998 Respiratory Rhythm Generation in the Pre-Botzinger Complex in Mammals
Rob Butera (National Institutes of Health (NIH))
Computational Neuroscience
January 19, 1998 Knockouts, Networks and Navigation
Kenneth Blum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Computational Neuroscience
January 19, 1998 Buffers, Autoassociators, and Heteroassociators
John Lisman (Brandeis University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 19, 1998 Temporal Difference Models of Navigation
Peter Dayan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Computational Neuroscience
January 19, 1998 Network Model of Theta Rhythm and Temporal Coding in the Hippocampus
Misha Tsodyks (Weizmann Institute of Science)
Computational Neuroscience
January 18, 1998 Theta Phase Precession of Hippocampal Place Cell Activity: Data, Models, and Functional Significance
Bill Skaggs (University of Pittsburgh)
Computational Neuroscience
January 18, 1998 Navigation Maps Through Population Coding of Location in the Rat Hippocampus
Larry Abbott (Brandeis University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 18, 1998 Cortical Oscillations and the Single Neuron: Timing is Everything
Jim Bower (California Institute of Technology)
Computational Neuroscience
January 18, 1998 Synchronization and Modulation in Networks of Neurons
Nancy Kopell (Boston University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 18, 1998 Cellular Mechanisms of the 40 Hz Cortical Oscillation: Studies in Brain Slices and with Simulations
Roger Traub (University of Birmingham)
Computational Neuroscience
January 17, 1998
Tony Bell (Interval Research Corporation)
Computational Neuroscience
January 17, 1998 Encoding and Decoding of Visual Information in the Thalamus
Yang Dan (University of California, Berkeley)
Computational Neuroscience
January 16, 1998 A Simple Model for Cortical Orientation Selectivity and its Consequences
Jack Cowan (University of Chicago)
Computational Neuroscience
January 16, 1998 A Local Circuit View of Integrating Long-Range Cortical Inputs
David Somers (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Computational Neuroscience
January 16, 1998 Modelling the Layered Structure of V1
David Mclaughlin (New York University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 16, 1998 Control of Gating through the LGN
Murray Sherman (University at Albany (SUNY))
Computational Neuroscience
January 15, 1998 How the Visual Cortex Got Its Stripes
Barbara Chapman (University of California)
Computational Neuroscience
January 15, 1998 Orientation Tuning in Visual Cortex: From Simple Models to Real Brains
Haim Sompolinsky (Hebrew University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 15, 1998 Contrast-Invariant Orientation Tuning in Cat V1: Correlation-Based Feedforward and Intracortical Circuitry
Ken Miller (University of San Francisco)
Computational Neuroscience
January 15, 1998 Assembly of Receptive Fields in Cat Visual Cortex
David Ferster (Northwestern University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 14, 1998 Modelling Large–Scale Cortical Activity
Jack Cowan (University of Chicago)
Computational Neuroscience
January 14, 1998 Choosing the Cellular Components of Large-Scale Neural Circuits: In Praise of the Integrate-and-Fire Neuron
David Somers (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Computational Neuroscience
January 14, 1998 Receptive Field Analysis of Space and Time in the Visual Cortex
Ralph Freeman (University of California, Berkeley)
Computational Neuroscience
January 14, 1998 Repetitive Field Structure at Early Stages of Visual Processing
Judith Hirsch (Rockefeller University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 14, 1998 The Neural Basis of Visual Perception
Robert Shapley (New York University)
Computational Neuroscience
January 14, 1998 Welcome and Orientation
Robert Gulliver, Willard Miller Jr., John Rinzel (New York University)
Computational Neuroscience
November 25, 1997 Discussion Session Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 25, 1997 Circuit Optimization, tent.
Abe Elfadel (IBM)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 25, 1997 A Modified Jakobi-Davidson Algorithm for Parasitic Reduction of Large RC-Interconnect Problems
Martin Kahlert (Siemens AG)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 25, 1997 Circuit Analysis Problems in High Frequency Digital Designs
Tuyen Nguyen (IBM)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 25, 1997 Discussion Session Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 25, 1997 Combining Model-Reduction and Integral-Equation Solvers
Joel Phillips (Cadence Design Systems)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 25, 1997 Efficient Time and Frequency Characterization of Electromagnetic Devices Using Fast-Sweep Methods and Circuit Models
Rob Wagner (Ansoft)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 25, 1997 On the Stability of Partial Element Equivalent Circuits for the Electromagnetic Modeling of VLSI Interconnects
Albert Ruehli (IBM)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 24, 1997 Discussion Session Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 24, 1997 Computation of Periodic Solutions of Electrical Circuits in the Neighborhood of Hopf Bifurcation Points
Rolf Neubert (Siemens AG)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 24, 1997 Homotopy Algorithms for Finding DC and Steady State Solutions of Nonlinear Circuits
Ljiljana Trajkovic (Simon Fraser University)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 24, 1997 Improved DC and Steady-State Circuit Simulation Using Probability-one Continuation Methods
Michael Green (University of California)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 24, 1997 Some Numerical Issues in Oscillator Noise Computation
Jacob White (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 24, 1997 A Unifying Formulation for Analysing Multi-Rate Circuits
Jaijeet Roychowdhury (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 24, 1997 Simulation of the Periodic and Quasi-Periodic Solutions of Nonlinear Circuits
Peter Feldmann (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 24, 1997 Open Problems in RF Simulation
Ken Kundert (Cadence Design Systems)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 24, 1997 Welcome and Orientation
Robert Gulliver, Willard Miller Jr., Jacob White (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Algorithmic Methods for Semiconductor Circuitry
November 21, 1997 Integration of Matrix Equations: Orthonormal Integrators
Luca Dieci (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 21, 1997 Asymptotic Expansions versus Backward Analysis for Numerical Integrators
Ernst Hairer (Université de Genève)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 21, 1997 Numerical Integration of Hamiltonian Systems with a Complex Solution Behavior
Sebastian Reich (Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum für Informationstechnik (ZIB))
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 20, 1997 Preservation Under Discretization of Invariant Rectangles for Solutions of Reaction-Diffusion Equations
Donald Estep (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 20, 1997 Scaling Laws for Shadowing Time
Timothy Sauer (George Mason University)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 20, 1997 How do we Find out What a Dynamical System is Doing?
James Yorke (University of Maryland)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 19, 1997 Computations with Gröbner Bases and Applications to Dynamical Systems
Marek Rychlik (University of Arizona)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 19, 1997 Net Math, a web-based computational tool
William Schelter (The University of Texas at Austin)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 19, 1997 Automatic Verification of Dynamical Systems Properties
R. Baker Kearfott (University of Southwestern Louisiana)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 19, 1997 Interval All Together Method for Parameter Identification
George Corliss (Marquette University)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 19, 1997 Combinatorics of complex Hénon mappings
Ricardo Oliva (CLT)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 19, 1997 Complexity and Applications of Parametric Algorithms of Computational Algebraic Geometry
Marek Rychlik (University of Arizona)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 19, 1997 Multihomogeneous and Gauss-Newton Methods
Michael Shub (IBM)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 19, 1997 Convergence Proofs for Numerical Software
Andrew Stuart (Stanford University)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 18, 1997 Computation of Periodic Orbits Using Automatic Differentiation
John Guckenheimer (Cornell University)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 18, 1997 Complex Analysis Techniques for the Hánon Map
Estela Gavosto (University of Kansas)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 18, 1997 Applications of Orthogonal Integration Techniques
Erik Van Vleck (Colorado School of Mines)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 18, 1997 Conserving Algorithms on Lie Groups
Debra Lewis (University of California)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 18, 1997 Symmetry-Preserving Adaptive Integrators for Coulombic Few-Body Problems
Benedict Leimkuhler (University of Kansas)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 17, 1997 Representable Multivalued Maps as a Topological Bridge between Dynamics and Finite Mathematics
Marian Mrozek (University of Krakow)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 17, 1997 Dynamics of DAE-Algorithms
Roswitha Marz (Humboldt-Universität)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 17, 1997 DAEs That Should not be Solved
Uri Ascher (University of British Columbia)
Dynamics of Algorithms
November 17, 1997 Welcome and Orientation
Rafael de la Llave (The University of Texas at Austin), Robert Gulliver, Willard Miller Jr.
Dynamics of Algorithms
October 31, 1997 Stokesian Dynamics Simulation of Interacting Solid Particles
Dennis Perchak
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 31, 1997 Singular Perturbations and Multiple Time Scales in Control System Modeling and Design
Petar Kokotovic (University of California)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 30, 1997 Discussion Session Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 30, 1997 Extending Geometric Singular Perturbation Theory to Non-hyperbolic Points
Peter Szmolyan (Technische Universität Wien)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 30, 1997 Ck inclination theorems for singularly perturbed problems
Pavol Brunovsky (Comenius University in Bratislava)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 30, 1997 Multiple Canard Cycles in Van Der Pol-like Equations
Robert Roussarie (Université de Bourgogne (Dijon))
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 30, 1997 Homoclinic Jumping in Evolution Equations
George Haller (Brown University)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 30, 1997 Embedding Theorems for Maps and Normal Forms for the Slow-fast Systems
Yulij Ilyashenko (Cornell University)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 30, 1997 Invariant Manifolds and Invariant Foliations for Semiflows in Banach Space
Chongchun Zeng (New York University)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 29, 1997 Exchange Lemmas: An Overveiew and Some New Applications
Tasso Kaper (Boston University)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 29, 1997 Multiple Time Scales in Networks of Neural Oscillators
David Terman (The Ohio State University)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 29, 1997 Stability Analysis of Singular Patterns for the 1-D Gray-Scott Model
Rob Gardner (University of Massachusetts)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 29, 1997 On Stability Loss Delay for Dynamical Bifurcations
Anatoly Neishtadt (Space Research Institute, Moscow)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 28, 1997 Delay of bifurcation phenomena and their analysis
Jianzhong Su (Texas A & M University)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems
October 28, 1997 A Mathematical Formulation of the Goldenfeld Renormalization Group Method
Mohammed Ziane (Stanford University)
Multiple Time-Scale Dynamical Systems

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