Digital Health, Biology and Earth: Part VII

Chairman – Talk 1 Title: Optimal Transport Applied to Brain Computer Interfaces Speaker: Nathalie Gayraud – ATHENA Abstract: Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) allow their user to control a machine via  acquisition of electroencephalographic signals (EEG), which are subsequently processed and transformed into commands. This transformation process can be described in…

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Édition Spéciale des PhD Seminars avec Nally Litvak

Chairman Dimitra Politaki – NEO Speaker: Professor Nelly Litvak, University of Twente Talk 1 Title: Story-telling Abstract: When writing a paper or a grant proposal you will often hear `high-level’ advice such as: `write easier’, `make it crystal clear’, `explain what is new’, `make it exciting’. I will explain two hands-on…

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Digital Health, Biology and Earth: Part VI

Chairman Selma Souihel – BIOVISION Talk 1 Title: Canard Mediated (De)Synchronization in Coupled Phantom Bursters Speaker: Elif Koksal – Mathneuro   Abstract: Collective dynamics of coupled slow-fast oscillators have a great importance in the context of physiology when microscopic and macroscopic levels can be represented as relaxation oscillators. Synchronization of…

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Digital Health, Biology and Earth: Part V

Chairman Dora Karvouniari – BIOVISION Talk 1 Title: Spike-Timing-Dependent-Plasticity (STDP) models or how to understand memory. Speaker: Pascal Helson – Mathneuro Abstract: Synaptic plasticity refers to a change of neuron’s morphology, sensitivity and reactivity. Such a plastic behaviour is thought to be at the basis of memory formation which makes it…

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