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CCN workshop 2016: Predictive Coding

 
 

All workshop events will be held at The Hanover Inn, Hayward Room, unless otherwise specified.

Breakfast on Monday, August 15 and Tuesday, August 16 will be held in Ballroom West at the Hanover Inn.

Space is limited, and registration is now closed. Please email courtney.rogers@dartmouth.edu if you have questions.

Monday, August 15

   

8:30am

 

Breakfast

9:15am

Jim Haxby

Welcome comments

9:30-10:30am

Karl Friston

Predictive coding, active inference and belief propagation

10:30-11:00am

 

Coffee break

11:00am-noon

Elias Issa

Evidence that the ventral visual stream codes the errors used in hierarchical inference and learning

noon-1:30pm

 

Lunch

1:30-2:30pm

Jakob Hohwy

Better believe the free energy principle

2:30-3:45pm

 

Coffee break & poster session (posters in Ballroom East)

4:00-6:00pm

Open lectures: Filene Auditorium in Moore Hall

Jim DiCarlo - Neural mechanisms underlying visual object perception: the convergence of machine learning and neuroscience

Niko Kriegeskorte - Testing complex brain-computational models to understand how the brain works

3:30-7:00pm

Patrick Cavanagh: B03 in Moore Hall

The Monster Flash: An experience of extreme persistence

Tuesday, August 16

   

8:30am

 

Breakfast

9:00-10:00am

Lars Muckli

Visual predictions in different layers of visual cortex         

10:00-10:15am

 

Coffee break

10:15-11:15am

Luc Arnal

How to maximise surprise in others' brain

11:15am-12:15pm

Nick Turk-Browne

Learning and prediction in the hippocampus

12:15-2:00pm

 

Lunch

2:00-3:00pm

Lucia Melloni

Knowns and unknowns of predictive computations in the human brain

3:00-3:15pm

 

Coffee break

3:15-4:15pm

André Bastos

Laminar-specific coding of working memory in frontal cortex

4:15-4:30pm

 

Coffee break

4:30-5:30pm

 

Final discussion

Last Updated: 8/13/16