Connecting European Neuroscience

Watch the Winter School 2016 online

Virtually attend the FENS Hertie Winter School 2016 on Memory mechanisms in humans: from physiology to behavior and computational models, which was held on 11-17 December 2016 in Obergurgl, Austria.

Start with the interview of the two scientific organisers to know what they had in mind while preparing the school:

 
 

Rodrigo Quian Quiroga (University of Leicester, UK)
on Concept cells and their role in memory, Part 1

Rodrigo Quian Quiroga (University of Leicester, UK)
on Concept cells and their role in memory, Part 2

 
 

Rodrigo Quian Quiroga (University of Leicester, UK)
on Electrophysiology data analysis

Simon Thorpe (CNRS, CerCo, Toulouse University,
UMR 5549, France) on How can the brain store
memories that last a lifetime? Part 1

 
 

Simon Thorpe (CNRS, CerCo, Toulouse University, UMR 5549, France) on How can the brain store memories that last a lifetime? Part 2

Simon Thorpe (CNRS, CerCo, Toulouse University,
UMR 5549, France) on How can the brain store
memories that last a lifetime? Part 3

 
 

Haim Sompolinsky (Hebrew University, Israel)
on Theory and Models of Memory in Distributed Neuronal Circuits, Part 1

Haim Sompolinsky (Hebrew University, Israel)
on Theory and Models of Memory in Distributed
Neuronal Circuits, Part 2

 
 

Sylvia Wirth (University of Lyon, France) on
Basis of the memory engram: neurophysiology of associative memories in the non-human primate, Part 1

Sylvia Wirth (University of Lyon, France) on
Basis of the memory engram: neurophysiology of
associative memories in the non-human primate, Part 2

 
 

Edmund Rolls (Oxford University, UK) on
The operation of memory systems in the cortex, Part 1

Edmund Rolls (Oxford University, UK) on
The operation of memory systems in the cortex, Part 2

 
 

Roberto Cabeza (Duke University, USA) on Episodic memory networks and representations, Part 1

Roberto Cabeza (Duke University, USA) on Episodic
memory networks and representations, Part 2

 
 

Guillen Fernandez (Donders Institute, The Netherlands) on Long-Term Memory Formation and Stabilization in the Hippocampus and Beyond, Part 1

Guillen Fernandez (Donders Institute, The
Netherlands) on Long-Term Memory Formation and
Stabilization in the Hippocampus and Beyond, Part 2

 
 

Alessandro Treves (SISSA, Italy)
on Memory beyond outer space, Part 1

Alessandro Treves (SISSA, Italy)
on Memory beyond outer space, Part 2

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