CNS*2019 Barcelona: Poster Presentations

Poster size

Posters should be printed in portrait on A0 sized paper (84.1 x 118.9 cm). 

Poster slots

The poster slots can be viewed in the tables below:

For 14th July:

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LabelTitleLast NameFirst NameAffiliation
P1 Promoting community processes and actions to make neuroscience FAIR Sandström Malin INCF
P2 Ring Integrator Model of the Head Direction Cells Aggarwal Anu Grand Valley State University
P3 Parametric modulation of distractor filtering in visuospatial working memory. Bestue Davd IDIBAPS
P4 Dynamical phase transitions study in simulations of finite neurons network Romaro Cecilia University of São Paulo
P5 Computational modeling of genetic contributions to excitability and neural coding in layer V pyramidal cells: applications to schizophrenia pathology Mäki-Marttunen Tuomo Simula Research Laboratory
P6 Spatiotemporal dynamics underlying successful cognitive therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder Charquero Marina University of Oxford
P7 Experiments and modeling of NMDA plateau potentials in cortical pyramidal neurons Graham Joe SUNY Downstate Medical Center
P8 Systematic automated validation of detailed models of hippocampal neurons against electrophysiological data Sáray Sára Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics, Pázmány Péter Catholic University
P9 Systematic Integration of Experimental Data in Biologically Realistic Models of the Mouse Primary Visual Cortex: Insights and Predictions Billeh Yazan Allen Institute for Brain Science
P10 Small-world networks enhance the inter-brain synchronization Suzuki Kentaro Osaka University
P11 A potential mechanism for phase shifts in grid cells: leveraging place cell remapping to introduce grid shifts Sheldon Zachary University of Pennsylvania
P12 Computational modeling of seizure spread on a cortical surface explains the theta-alpha electrographic pattern Sip Viktor Aix-Marseille Université
P13 Bistable firing patterns: one way to understand how epileptic seizures are triggered Borges Fernando Federal University of ABC
P14 Can sleep protect memories from catastrophic forgetting? Gonzalez Oscar University of California, San Diego
P15 Predicting the distribution of ion-channels in single neurons using compartmental models. Ben-Shalom Roy University of California, San-Francisco
P16 The contribution of dendritic spines to synaptic integration and plasticity in hippocampal pyramidal neurons Tar Luca Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
P17 Modelling the dynamics of optogenetic stimulation at the whole-brain level Rabuffo Giovanni Aix-Marseille Université
P18 Investigating the effect of the nanoscale architecture of astrocytic processes on the propagation of calcium signals Denizot Audrey INSA Lyon
P19 Neural Mass Modeling of the Ponto-Geniculo-Occipital Wave and Its Neuromodulation Shao Kaidi MPI for Biological Cybernetics
P20 Oscillations in working memory and neural binding: a mechanism for multiple memories and their interactions Pina Jason York University
P21 DeNSE: modeling neuronal morphology and network structure in silico Fardet Tanguy University of Tübingen
P22 Sponge astrocyte model: volume effects in a 2D model space simplification Verveyko Darya Kursk State University
P23 Sodium-calcium exchangers modulate excitability of spatially distributed astrocyte networks Verisokin Andrey Kursk State University
P24 Building a computational model of aging in visual cortex Talyansky Seth Catlin Gabel School
P25 Toward a non-perturbative renormalization group analysis of the statistical dynamics of spiking neural populations Brinkman Braden Stony Brook University
P26 Sensorimotor strategies and neuronal representations of whisker-based object recognition in mice barrel cortex Nogueira Ramon Columbia University
P27 Identifying the Neural Circuits Underlying Optomotor Control in Larval Zebrafish Lai Winnie University of Sussex
P28 A novel learning mechanism for interval timing based on time cells of hippocampus Oprisan Sorinel College of Charleston
P29 Learning the receptive field properties of complex cells in V1 Burkitt Anthony University of Melbourne
P30 Bursting mechanisms based on interplay of the Na/K pump and persistent sodium current Cymbalyuk Gennady Georgia State University
P31 Balanced synaptic strength regulates thalamocortical transmission of informative frequency bands Mazzoni Alberto Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna Pisa
P32 Modeling gephyrin dependent synaptic transmission pathways to understand how gephyrin regulates GABAergic synaptic transmission Lupascu Carmen Alina Institute of Biophysics, National Research Council
P33 Proprioceptive feedback effects muscle synergy recruitment during an isometric knee extension task Osborne Hugh University of Leeds
P34 Strategies of Dragonfly Interception Chance Frances Sandia National Laboratories
P35 The bump attractor model predicts spatial working memory impairment from changes to pyramidal neurons in the aging rhesus monkey dlPFC Ibanez Solas Sara Franklin and Marshall College
P36 Brain dynamic functional connectivity: lesson from temporal derivatives and autocorrelations Ochab Jeremi Jagiellonian University
P37 nigeLab: a fully featured open source neurophysiological data analysis toolbox Barban Federico Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
P38 Neural ensemble circuits with adaptive resonance frequency Tabas Alejandro Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
P39 Large-scale cortical modes reorganize between infant sleep states and predict preterm development Roberts James QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
P40 Reliable information processing through self-organising synfire chains Ilett Thomas University of Leeds
P41 Acetylcholine regulates redistribution of synaptic efficacy in neocortical microcircuitry Colangelo Cristina Blue Brain Project (BBP), Brain Mind Institute, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
P42 NeuroGym: A framework for training any model on more than 50 neuroscience paradigms Molano-Mazon Manuel IDIBAPS
P43 Synaptic dysfunctions underlying reduced working memory serial bias in autoimmune encephalitis and schizophrenia Stein Heike IDIBAPS
P44 Effects of heterogeneity in neuronal electric properties on the intrinsic dynamics of cortical networks Gladycheva Svetlana Towson University
P45 Structure–function multi-scale connectomics reveals a major role of the fronto-striato-thalamic circuit in brain aging Bonifazi Paolo Biocruces Health Research Institute
P46 Studying evoked potentials in large cortical networks with PGENESIS 2.4 Beeman David University of Colorado
P47 Automated assessment and comparison of cortical neuron models Crook Sharon Arizona State University
P48 High dimensional ion channel composition enables robust and efficient targeting of realistic regions in the parameter landscape of neuron models Schneider Marius University of Frankfurt
P49 Modelling brain folding using neuronal placement according to connectivity requirements Groden Moritz Justus Liebig University Giessen
P50 Dynamic neural field modeling of auditory categorization tasks Curtu Rodica University of Iowa
P51 Role of TRP Channels in Temperature Rate Coding by Drosophila Noxious Cold Sensitive Neurons Maksymchuk Natalia Georgia State University
P52 Role of Na+/K+ Pump in Dopamine Neuromodulation of a mammalian Central Pattern Generator Vargas Alex Georgia State University
P53 Hypoxic suppression of Ca2+-ATPase pumps and mitochondrial membrane potential eliminates rhythmic activity of simulated interstitial cells of Cajal Cymbalyuk Gennady Georgia State University
P54 Reconstruction and simulation of the cerebellar microcircuit: a scaffold strategy to embed different levels of neuronal details Casellato Claudia University of Pavia
P55 Simplified and physiologically detailed reconstructions of the cerebellar microcircuit Marenzi Elisa University of Pavia
P56 A richness of cerebellar granule cell discharge properties predicted by computational modeling and confirmed experimentally Masoli Stefano University of Pavia
P57 Spatial distribution of Golgi cells inhibition and the dynamic geometry of Cerebellum granular layer activity: a computational study Masoli Stefano University of Pavia
P58 Reconstruction and Simulation of Cerebellum Granular Layer Functional Dynamics with Detailed Mathematical Models Marenzi Elisa University of Pavia
P59 Reconstruction of effective connectivity in the case of asymmetric phase distributions Yeldesbay Azamat University of Cologne
P60 Movement related synchronization affected by aging: A dynamic graph study Rosjat Nils Forschungszentrum Jülich
P61 How a scale-invariant avalanche regime is responsible for the hallmarks of spontaneous and stimulation-induced activity: a large-scale model Hugues Etienne Université Grenoble Alpes
P62 A real-time model fitting method for single individual neurons Kern Felix B. University of Sussex
P63 Pybrep: Efficient and extensible software to construct an anatomical basis for a physiologically realistic neural network model Hong Sungho Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
P64 3D modeling of complex spike bursts in a cerebellar Purkinje cell Martyushev Alexey Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST)
P65 Hybrid modelling of vesicles with spatial reaction-diffusion processes in STEPS Hepburn Iain Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
P66 A Computational Model of Social Motivation and Effort Cos Ignasi Pompeu Fabra University
P67 Functional Inference of real neural networks with artificial neural networks Bahdine Mohamed Laval University
P68 Stochastic Axon Systems: A Conceptual Framework Janusonis Skirmantas University of California, Santa Barbara
P69 Replicating the mouse visual cortex using Neuromorphic hardware Dey Srijanie Washington State University Vancouver
P70 Understanding Modulatory Effects on Cortical Circuits through Subpopulation Coding Getz Matthew University of Pittsburgh
P71 Stimulus integration and categorization with bump attractor dynamics Esnaola-Acebes Jose M. Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
P72 Topological phase transitions in functional brain networks Santos Fernando Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
P73 A whole-brain spiking neural network model linking basal ganglia, cerebellum, cortex and thalamus Gutierrez Carlos OIST
P74 Graph Theory-based Representation of Hippocampal dCA1 Learning Network Dynamics Gava Giuseppe Pietro Imperial College London
P75 Measurement-oriented deep-learning workflow for improved segmentation of myelin and axons in high-resolution images of human cerebral white matter Janjic Predrag Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts
P76 Spike Latency Reduction generates Efficient Encoding of Predictions Vilimelis Aceituno Pau Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Sciences
P77 Differential diffusion in a normal and a multiple sclerosis lesioned connectome with building blocks of the peripheral and central nervous system Schmitt Oliver University of Rostock
P78 Linking noise correlations to spatiotemporal population dynamics and network structure Shi Yanliang Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
P79 Modeling the link between optimal characteristics of saccades and cerebellar plasticity Kalidindi Hari Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna Pisa
P80 Attractors and Flows in the Neural Dynamics of Movement Control Del Giudice Paolo Istituto Superiore di Sanità
P81 Information transmission in delay-coupled neuronal circuits Sánchez Claros Jaime Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Physics and Complex Systems
P82 A Liquid State Machine pruning method for identifying task specific circuits Florescu Dorian Coventry University
P83 Cross-frequency coupling along the soma-apical dendritic axis of model pyramidal neurons Franaszczuk Piotr U.S. Army Research Laboratory
P84 Regional Connectivity Increases Low Frequency Power and Heterogeneity Boothe David U.S. Army Research Laboratory
P85 Corticial folding modulates the effect of external electrical fields on neuronal function Boothe David U.S. Army Research Laboratory
P86 Data-driven modeling of mouse CA1 and DG neurons Vitale Paola Institute of Biophysics, National Research Council
P87 Memory compression in the hippocampus leads to the emergence of place cells Benna Marcus K. Columbia University
P88 The Information Decomposition and the Information Delta: a Unified Approach to Disentangling Non-Pairwise Information Kunert-Graf James Pacific Northwest Research Institute
P89 Homeostatic mechanism of myelination for age-dependent variations of axonal conductance speed in the pathophysiology of Alzheimer's disease Bonifazi Giulio Basque Center for Applied Mathematics
P90 Collective dynamics of a heterogeneous network of active rotators Ruiz Pablo Universitat Pompeu Fabra
P91 A hidden state analysis of prefrontal cortex activity underlying trial difficulty and erroneous responses in a distance discrimination task Benozzo Danilo Sapienza University of Rome
P92 Neural model of the visual recognition of social interactions Hovaidi-Ardestani Mohammad University Clinic Tübingen
P93 Learning of generative neural network models for EMG data constrained by cortical activation dynamics Salatiello Alessandro University of Tübingen
P94 A neuron can make reliable binary, threshold gate like, decisions if and only if its afferents are synchronized. Masquelier Timothee CNRS
P95 Unifying network descriptions of neural mass and spiking neuron models and specifying them in common, standardised formats Gleeson Padraig University College London
P96 NeuroFedora: a ready to use Free/Open Source platform for Neuroscientists Sinha Ankur University of Hertfordshire
P97 Flexibility of patterns of avalanches in source-reconstructed magnetoencephalography Sorrentino Pierpaolo QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
P98 A learning mechanism in cortical microcircuits for estimating the statistics of the world Puigbò Llobet Jordi-Ysard IBEC
P99 Generalisation of frequency mixing and temporal interference phenomena through Volterra analysis Perez Nieves Nicolas Imperial College London
P100 Neural Topic Modelling Hathway Pamela Imperial College London
P101 An Attentional Inhibitory Feedback Network for Multi-label Classification Chu Yang Imperial College London
P102 Closed-loop sinusoidal stimulation of ventral hippocampal terminals in prefrontal cortex preferentially entrains circuit activity at distinct frequenc Myroshnychenko Maxym National Institutes of Health
P103 The shape of thought: data-driven synthesis of neuronal morphology and the search for fundamental parameters of form Graham Joe SUNY Downstate Medical Center
P104 An Information-theoretic Framework for Examining Information Flow in the Brain Venkatesh Praveen Carnegie Mellon University
P105 Detection and evaluation of bursts and rate onsets in terms of novelty and surprise Ito Junji Forschungszentrum Juelich
P106 Precise Spatio-Temporal Spike Patterns in Macaque Motor Cortex during a Reach-to-Grasp Task Stella Alessandra Jülich Research Centre
P107 Translating mechanisms of theta rhythm generation from simpler to more detailed network models Chatzikalymniou Alexandra Krembil Research Institute and University of Toronto
P108 NeuroViz: A web platform for visualizing and analyzing neuronal databases Gunay Cengiz Georgia Gwinnett College
P109 Computational analysis of disinhibitory and neuromodulatory mechanisms for induction of hippocampal plasticity Guerreiro Ines Ecole Normale Supérieure
P110 Coherence States of Inter-Communicating Gamma Oscillatory Neural Circuits Dumont Gregory ENS
P111 Mechanisms of working memory stabilization by an external oscillatory input Novikov Nikita Higher School of Economics
P112 Prediction of mean firing rate shift induced by externally applied oscillations in a spiking network model Vodorezova Kristina Higher School of Economics
P113 Augmenting the source-level EEG signal using structural connectivity Glomb Katharina Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois
P114 Inferring birdsong neural learning mechanisms from behavior Toutounji Hazem Institute of NeuroInformatics, UZH/ETH
P115 A two-compartment neuron model with ion conservation and ion pumps Sætra Marte J. University of Oslo
P116 Endogenously oscillating motoneurons produce undulatory output in a connectome-based neuromechanical model of C. elegans without proprioception Anwar Haroon Princeton Neuroscience Institute
P117 Optimized reservoir computing with stochastic recurrent networks Nestler Sandra Forschungszentrum Juelich
P118 Coordination between individual neurons across mesoscopic distances Dahmen David Jülich Research Centre
P119 Learning to learn on High Performance Computing Diaz-Pier Sandra Jülich Research Centre
P120 A novel method to encode sequences in a computational model of speech production Topalidou Meropi University of California, Irvine


For 15th July:

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LabelTitleLast NameFirst NameAffiliation
P121 Origin of 1/f^β noise structure in M/EEG power spectra Evertz Rick Swinburne University
P122 A Neural Mechanism for Predictive Optokinetic Eye Movement Hirata Yutaka Chubu University
P123 Evaluation of context dependency in VOR motor learning using artificial cerebellum Takatori Shogo Chubu University
P124 A computational model of the spontaneous activity of gonadotropin-releasing cells in the teleost fish medaka Halnes Geir Norwegian University of Life Sciences
P125 Neural transmission delays and predictive coding: Real-time temporal alignment in a layered network with Hebbian learning Burkitt Anthony University of Melbourne
P126 Emergence of 'columnette' orientation map in mouse visual cortex Yu Peijia University of Pittsburgh
P127 Decoupled reaction times and choices in expectation-guided perceptual decisions Hernández-Navarro Lluís IDIBAPS
P128 V1 visual neurons: receptive field types vs spike shapes Kameneva Tatiana Swinburne University of Technology
P129 Synaptic basis for contrast-dependent shifts in functional cell identity in mouse primary visual cortex Yunzab Molis National Vision Research Institute
P130 An encoding mechanism for translating between temporal sequences and spatial patterns Cristimann Nathalia UFRGS
P131 Building Python interactive neuroscience applications using Geppetto Cantarelli Matteo MetaCell
P132 Hierarchy of inhibitory circuit acts as a switch key for network function in a model of the primary motor cortex Morteza Heidarinejad RIKEN
P133 Spatially organized connectivity for signal processing in a model of the rodent primary somatosensory cortex Sun Zhe Riken
P134 Probing the association between axonal sprouting and seizure activity using a coupled neural mass model Soriano Jaymar University of the Philippines
P135 Evaluation of signal processing of Golgi cells and Basket cells in vestibular ocular reflex motor learning using artificial cerebellum Matsuda Taiga Chubu University
P136 Development of a Self-motivated Treadmill Task that Quantifies Differences in Learning Behavior in Mice for optogenetic studies of basal ganglia Chen Po-Han Emory University
P137 Compensatory effects of dendritic retraction on excitability and induction of synaptic plasticity Mittag Martin Justus Liebig University Giessen
P138 Lognormal distribution of spine sizes is preserved following homo- and heterosynaptic plasticity in the dentate gyrus Rößler Nina Goethe University Frankfurt
P139 Inferring the dynamic of personalized large-scale brain network models using Bayesian framework Hashemi Meysam INS
P140 Personalized Brain Network Model for Deep Brain Stimulation on Treatment-resistant Depression: Spatiotemporal Network Organization by Stimulation An Sora Aix Marseille Univ, INSERM, INS, Inst Neurosci Syst
P141 Transmission time delays organize the brain network synchronization dynamics Petkoski Spase Aix-Marseille University
P142 Mutual information vs. transfer entropy in spike-based neuroscience Conrad Mireille University of Geneva
P143 Plasticity rules for learning sequential inputs under energetic constraints Grytskyy Dmytro University of Geneva
P144 Hierarchical inference interactions in dynamic environments Kilpatrick Zachary University of Colorado Boulder
P145 Optimizing sequential decisions in the drift-diffusion model Nguyen Khanh University of Houston
P146 Degeneracy in hippocampal CA1 neurons Migliore Rosanna Institute of Biophysics, National Research Council
P147 Mechanisms of combined electrical and optogenetic costimulation Kameneva Tatiana Swinburne University of Technology
P148 Real-Time Bayesian Decoding of Taste from Neural Populations in Gustatory Cortex Svedberg Daniel Brandeis University
P149 Effects of value on early sensory activity and motor preparation during rapid sensorimotor decisions Martinez-Rodriguez L. Alexandra University College Dublin
P150 Astrocytes restore connectivity and synchronization in dysfunctional cerebellar networks Bonifazi Paolo Biocruces Health Research Institute
P151 S1 neurons process spontaneous pain information using nonlinear distributed coding Park Sa-Yoon Gachon University
P152 Dynamic Worm:Computational investigation of locomotion through integration of connectomics, neural dynamics and biomechanics in C. elegans Shlizerman Eli University of Washington
P153 Inhibitory structures may interrupt the coherence of slow activity in deep anesthesia Joo Pangyu Pohang University of Science and Technology
P154 Data-driven predictive models for information processing in the small brain of Caenorhabditis elegans Wen Chentao Nagoya City University
P155 A neural network model of naming impairment and treatment response in bilingual speakers with aphasia Penaloza Claudia Boston University
P156 Modeling hindlimb elevation angles during intact locomotion and locomotion evoked by MLR- and epidural spinal stimulation in decerebrate cats Prilutsky Boris Georgia Institute of Technology
P157 How Do Local Neural Populations Know About the Predictability of Sound Sequences Chien Shih-Cheng Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
P158 Action potential propagation in long-range axonal fibre bundles Schmidt Helmut Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
P159 From Damped Oscillations to Synchronous Bursting: Describing the Effects of Synaptic Depression on the Collective Behavior of Spiking Neurons Gast Richard MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
P160 Prefrontal oscillations modulate the propagation of neuronal activity required for working memory Sherfey Jason Boston University
P161 Development of a lung-brain model to provide human-like influences of emotion on cognition Cueto Julius The University of Tokyo
P162 EEG simulation reveals that changes in cortical morphology and global connectivity during development affect neonatal EEG Morioka Tomoaki The University of Tokyo
P163 Distinct temporal structure of ACh receptor activation determines responses of VTA activity to endogenous ACh and nicotine Gutkin Boris École Normale Supérieure
P164 Basal Ganglia role in learning reward actions and executing previously learned choices Kuznetsov Alexey IUPUI
P165 Short-term plasticity in PV and SST interneurons enhances neural code propagation in the feedforward network model Gwak Jeongheon Korea University
P166 Differential roles of PV and SST interneurons in spike-timing pattern propagation in the cortical feedforward network Jang Hyun Jae Korea University
P167 The State of the MIIND Simulator de Kamps Marc University of Leeds
P168 Optimal Conditions for Reliable Representation of Asynchronous Spikes in Feed-Forward Neural Networks Lankarany Milad The Krembil Research Institute - University Health Network
P169 Optogenetic data mining with empirical mode decomposition Oprisan Sorinel College of Charleston
P170 High channel count electrophysiological recordings in prefrontal cortex in a novel spatial memory task. Böhm Claudia Janelia Research Campus
P171 Exploring the machine learning model space commonly used in Neuroimaging using Automated Machine Learning Dafflon Jessica King’s College London
P172 Effects of cellular excitatory-inhibitory composition on neuronal dynamics Vinogradov Oleg University of Tübingen
P173 Towards a unified definition of the clustering coefficient for brain networks. Hasanpour Mehrdad University of Tübingen
P174 Electric field effects improve resynchronization in the sparsely connected pacemaker nucleus of weakly electric fish. Shifman Aaron Regan University of Ottawa
P175 A self-consistent theory of autocorrelations in sparse networks of spiking neurons Vellmer Sebastian Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience
P176 Stationary statistics and linear response of nonlinear Drift-Diffusion model across long sequences of trials Vellmer Sebastian Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience
P177 Model order reduction of multiscale models in neuroscience Seppälä Ippa Tampere University
P178 Modeling the influence of neuron-astrocyte interactions on signal transmission in neuronal networks Acimovic Jugoslava Tampere University
P179 Topological analysis of LFP data Fedorov Leonid Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
P180 Mechanisms of stimulus-induced broadband Gamma Oscillations in a stochastic Wilson-Cowan model Powanwe Arthur University of Ottawa
P181 Phase synchronization and Information transfer between coupled bursty-oscillatory neural networks in the gamma band. Powanwe Arthur University of Ottawa
P182 Data-driven jump-diffusion modelling with application to electric fish Melanson Alexandre University of Moncton
P183 Alcohol influence on fear conditioning and extinction in a new amygdala model Kuznetsov Alexey IUPUI
P184 Whole-brain network modelling of psilocybin treatment for depression Vohryzek Jakub University of Oxford
P185 Thalamo-Cortical Microcircuit Model of β-Rhythm Generation in Parkinson’s Disease and Attenuation during Deep Brain Stimulation Farokhniaee AmirAli University College Dublin
P186 Phase-amplitude coupled oscillations and information flow in a multiscale model of M1 microcircuits Dura-Bernal Salvador SUNY Downstate Medical Center
P187 Avalanche Power-Law Values by Layer and Cell Type in Simulated Mouse Primary Motor Cortex (M1) Doherty Donald SUNY Downstate Medical Center
P188 Mathematical tools for phase control and their role in neural communication Huguet Gemma Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
P189 Emergence of binding capabilities in generic spiking neural networks Müller Michael TU Graz
P190 Joint effect of Spike-timing-dependent and short-term plasticity in a network of Hodgkin-Huxley neurons Lameu Ewandson Luiz National Institute for Space Research (INPE)
P191 Transcending model limitations via empirically-tuned parameters René Alexandre University of Ottawa
P192 Hippocampal volume and functional connectivity transitions during the early stage of Alzheimer’s disease: a Spiking Neural Network-based study. Susi Gianluca Center for Biomedical Technology, Technical University of Madrid
P193 A pipeline integrating high-density EEG analysis and graph theory: a feasibility study on resting state functional connectivity Iandolo Riccardo Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
P194 Channelrhodopsin-2 model with improved computational efficiency Schoeters Ruben University of Ghent
P195 A model of presynaptic KV7 channel function in hippocampal mossy fiber bouton Giacalone Elisabetta CNRS
P196 Characterization of the network dynamics of interconnected brain regions on-a-chip Brofiga Martina Università di Genova
P197 SpykeTorch: Efficient Simulation of Convolutional Spiking Neural Networks with at most one Spike per Neuron Masquelier Timothee CNRS
P198 Slow-wave activity enrichment across brain states in the mouse Mattia Maurizio Istituto Superiore di Sanità
P199 A spiking neural network model of the N400 congruency effect Porwal Nirav Birmingham City University
P200 Maximizing transfer entropy promotes spontaneous formation of assembly sequences in recurrent spiking networks Kappel David University of Göttingen
P201 Accelerating 3D intracellular NEURON simulations McDougal Robert Yale University
P202 How do stimulus statistics change the receptive fields of cells in primary visual cortex? Almasi Ali National Vision Research Institute, Melbourne
P203 Extracellular spike waveform predicts whether single units recorded in visual cortex are tuned to orientation Meffin Hamish National Vision Research Institute
P204 Visual alpha generators in a spiking thalamocortical microcircuit model Shimoura Renan O. University of Sao Paulo
P205 Neuronal avalanches in developing networks of Hawkes spiking neurons Goedeke Sven University of Bonn
P206 Quantifying transfer learning in mice and machines Mihalas Stefan Allen Institute for Brain Science
P207 Modeling and building a disinhibitory circuit in V1 that achieves context-switching Voina Doris University of Washington
P208 Quantifying the Dynamic Effects of Conceptual Combination on Word Meanings using Neural Networks Aguirre-Celis Nora E ITESM and The University of Texas at Austin
P209 On-line decoding of attempted movements from source reconstructed potentials. Proix Timothée University of Geneva
P210 Nonlinear functional co-activations: dynamical, directed and delayed. Cifre Ignacio Universit Ramon Llull
P211 A co-evolving model for synaptic pruning Millán Vidal Ana Paula University of Granada
P212 A Theoretical Approach to Intrinsic Timescales in Spiking Neural Networks van Meegen Alexander Jülich Research Centre
P213 Pontine mechanisms of abnormal breathing Barnett William Georgia State University
P214 Interlimb coordination during split-belt locomotion: a modeling study Latash Elizaveta Georgia State University
P215 Sympathetic and parasympathetic mechanisms of enhanced respiratory modulation of blood pressure and heart rate during slow deep breathing Capps Robert Georgia State University
P216 Pairwise models inferred from hippocampal data generate states typical of low-dimensional attractors Posani Lorenzo Ecole Normale Supérieure
P217 Information transfer in modular spiking networks Zajzon Barna Jülich Research Center
P218 Modelling the micro-structure of the mouse whole-neocortex connectome Reimann Michael École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
P219 Impact of higher-order network structure on emergent cortical activity Nolte Max École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
P220 Biophysical modeling of LTP and LTD in the somatosensory cortex Chindemi Giuseppe École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
P221 Realistic Models of Molecular Layer Inhibitory Interneurons of the Cerebellar Cortex Rizza Martina Francesca University of Pavia
P222 Excitability differences between small and large sensory nerve fibers may be explained by different ion channel distribution Tigerholm Jenny Aalborg university
P223 A new spectral graph model of brain oscillations Raj Ashish University of California San Francisco
P224 Controlling Burst Activity Allows for a Multiplexed Neural Code in Cortical Circuits Vercruysse Filip Technical University Berlin
P225 Reinforcement-Mediated Plasticity in a Spiking Model of the Drosophila Larva Olfactory System Jürgensen Anna-Maria University of Cologne
P226 Inhibitory Clustering and Adaptation: Critical Features in Modeling the Neocortex Rostami Vahid University of Cologne
P227 Representation of isometric wrist movement in the motor and somatosensory cortices of primates Razizadeh Nasima Sophia University of Cologne
P228 Temporal credit-assignment in a detailed spiking model of the fly mushroom body can solve olfactory learning in dynamic odor environments. Rapp Hannes University of Cologne
P229 Model of the fruit fly’s mushroom body reproduces olfactory extinction learning Springer Magdalena Anna University of Cologne
P230 Modelling a biologically realistic microcircuit of the Drosophila mushroom body calyx Faxel Miriam University of Cologne
P231 Relevance of non-synaptic interactions in the neural encoding of odorants: a good start is half the battle Pannunzi Mario University of Sussex
P232 Learning a reward distribution with reward prediction errors in a model of the Drosophila mushroom body Bennett James University of Sussex
P233 Does structure in neural correlations match anatomical structure? Delaney Thomas University of Bristol
P234 The structure of the population code in V1 and V4 microcircuits responding to natural stimuli. Koren Veronika Technische Universität Berlin
P235 Diversity of networks activity is provided by chemical plus electrical synapses Xu Kesheng Universidad de Valparaíso
P236 Is human connectome optimized to enhance dynamic cortical ignition? Castro Samy Universidad de Valparaíso
P237 Comparing the effects of adaptation and synaptic filtering on the timescale of recurrent networks Beiran Manuel Ecole Normale Supérieure
P238 Computations of inhibition of return mechanisms by modulating V1 dynamics Berga David Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
P239 Long-range recurrent connectivity – cost-effective circuit for natural image perception Baek Seungdae Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
P240 Extracting whole-brain functional subnetworks for the prediction of cognitive and clinical conditions Insabato Andrea Universty Pompeu Fabra


For 16th July:

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LabelTitleLast NameFirst NameAffiliation
P241 State transition network analysis of the resting state human brain cortex Kang Jiyoung Yonsei University
P242 Optimization and validation of a point neuron model to simulate the activity of olivocerebellar neurons Geminiani Alice Politecnico di Milano
P243 Modelling Complex Cells of Early Visual Cortex using Predictive Coding Franciosini Angelo CNRS - Aix-Marseille Université
P244 Distributed representations and learning in neuronal networks Gilson Matthieu Universitat Pompeu Fabra
P245 Electrical synapses shape responses to transient inputs to canonical circuits Haas Julie Lehigh University
P246 Sensory Processing and Abstract Categorization in Cortical and Deep Neural Networks Pinotsis Dimitris City--University of London and MIT
P247 Substantia nigra pars compacta dopamine axons die back; a bioenergetic model to explain mechanisms of degeneration in Parkinson’s disease Pissadaki Eleftheria Biogen Inc
P248 Breakdown of spatial coding and neural synchronization in epilepsy using a computational model Chavlis Spyridon Foundatuion for Research and Technology-Hellas
P249 Structured connectivity exploits NMDA-non-linearities to induce diverse responses in a PFC circuit. Papoutsi Athanasia IMBB/FORTH
P250 Spiking Patterns in the Zebrafish Larvae Doyon Nicolas Université Laval
P251 Impact of brain parcellation on parameter optimization of the whole-brain dynamical models Manos Thanos Forschungszentrum Jülich
P252 Ion channel correlations emerge from the simultaneous regulation of multiple neuronal properties Yang Jane University of Toronto & The Hospital for Sick Children
P253 A new framework for modelling neural-ECM signalling and interaction Iannella Nicolangelo University of Oslo
P254 In silico Spinal cord model shows the viability of targeting segmental foci along rostrocaudal axis for eliciting a variety of movement types Raghavan Mohan Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad
P255 Slow-gamma frequencies are optimally guarded against neurodegenerative impairments Maia Pedro University of California San Francisco
P256 A mathematical investigation of chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy Verma Parul Purdue University
P257 Estimating the Readily-Releasable Vesicle Pool Size at Synaptic Connections in Neocortex Barros Zulaica Natali Blue Brain Project (BBP), Brain Mind Institute, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
P258 Extracellular synaptic and action potential signatures in the hippocampal formation : a modelling study Aussel Amelie Université de Lorraine
P259 Neural architecture for representing sound in cortex Reyes Alex New York University
P260 Firing rate of neurons with dendrites, soma and axon in the fluctuation-driven, low-rate limit Gowers Robert University of Warwick
P261 Noise can counterintuitively synchronize dynamics on the human connectome Pang James QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
P262 Neural heterogeneity in the gain control mechanism of antennal lobe improves odorant classification Montero Aaron Universidad Autónoma Madrid
P263 Tuning a computational model of the electromotor system to patterns of interpulse intervals recorded from Gnathonemus petersii specimens Lareo Angel Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
P264 Kenyon Cells threshold distribution adapts to pattern complexity in a bioinspired computational learning model of the locust olfactory system Montero Aaron Universidad Autónoma Madrid
P265 Biologically realistic mean-field models of conductance-based networks of spiking neurons di Volo Matteo CNRS
P266 Interplay between network structure and synaptic strength on information transmission in hierarchical modular cortical networks Roque Antônio C. University of São Paulo
P267 Wavenet identification and input estimation from single voltatge traces Guillamon Toni Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
P268 A biophysical model for the tripartite synapse under metabolic stress Kalia Manu University of Twente, Applied Mathematics
P269 Fluctuation-driven plasticity allows for flexible rewiring of neuronal assemblies Roxin Alex Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
P270 Exploring mechanisms of intermittent patterns of neural synchrony Rubchinsky Leonid Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis & Indiana University School of Medicine
P271 Substantia Nigra Pars Reticulata Responses to Direct and Indirect Pathway GABAergic Projections Depend on Intracellular Chloride Dynamics Phillips Ryan University of Pittsburgh
P272 Comparing spikes and the local field potential (LFP) in V1 between experimental data and a comprehensive biophysical model Hagen Espen University of Oslo
P273 Impact of intrinsic neuronal properties in cortical network-dynamics Dalla Porta Leonardo IDIBAPS
P274 Wave propagation, dynamical richness and predictability under different brain states Camassa Alessandra IDIBAPS
P275 Classification of brain states across the awake-sleep transition in the cortex of rats. de Sancristobal Belen Universitat Pompeu Fabra
P276 Propagating Densities of Spontaneous Activity in Cortical Slices Arango Roman Bournemouth University
P277 Recovery time after stimulation in mice characterizes brain complexity under different levels of anesthesia Vila-Vidal Manel Universitat Pompeu Fabra
P278 Unsupervised Learning of Sparse Spatio-Temporal Receptive Fields through Inhibitory Plasticity; A model of the Mammalian Early Visual System Sutton Samuel University of Hertfordshire
P279 Capacitance clamp Pfeiffer Paul Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
P280 Biologically realistic behaviors from a superconducting neuron model Crotty Patrick Colgate University
P281 Calculating Local Field Potential from Spiking Neural Network Model Elibol Rahmi Istanbul Technical University & Erzincan University
P282 Lagrangian neurodynamics for real-time error-backpropagation across cortical areas Dold Dominik Heidelberg University
P283 Spatiotemporal discrimination in attractor networks with short-term synaptic plasticity Ballintyn Benjamin Brandeis University
P284 Time-dependent Dopamine Modulation of Projection Neurons in the Mosquito Olfactory System Shlizerman Eli University of Washington
P285 Identifying Functional Pathways of Oxygen Sensation in Caenorhabditis elegans using Systematic Computational Ablation Kim Jimin University of Washington
P286 A Circuit Model for Temporal Sequence Learning Cone Ian Rice University
P287 Exploring interneuron specific control of oriens lacunosum moleculare (OLM) interneuron recruitment in CA1 hippocampus Guet-McCreight Alexandre Krembil Research Institute
P288 Shaping connectivity and dynamics of neuronal networks with physical constraints Ludl Adriaan Universitat de Barcelona
P289 Application of control theory to neural learning in the brain Davey Catherine University of Melbourne
P290 From episodic to semantic memory: A computational model Alevi Denis Technical University Berlin
P291 Short-term facilitation and neurotransmitter spillover counteract each other in neuronal information transmission Salmasi Mehrdad Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
P292 Reconstructing connectome of the cortical column with biologically-constrained associative learning Zhang Danke Northeastern University
P293 Phase dependence of the termination of absence seizures by cerebellar input to thalamocortical networks Goncharenko Julia University of Hertfordshire
P294 Growth rules for repair of asynchronous irregular network models following peripheral lesions Sinha Ankur University of Hertfordshire
P295 The Effect of Alterations of Schizophrenia-Associated Genes on Gamma Band Auditory Steady-State Responses Metzner Christoph Technische Universität Berlin
P296 Conservation and change of organizational features during the evolution of neocortical circuits in mammals Suarez Rodrigo The University of Queensland
P297 Integrating classifiers and electrophysiology to better understand hearing loss Smith Samuel University of Nottingham
P298 Transition Probability in Decision-Making Process Tam Nicoladie University of North Texas
P299 Figure-Ground Detection by a Population of Neurons with a Variety of Receptive-Field Structures in Monkey V4 Sakai Ko Univ. Tsukuba
P300 Brief mindfulness training induces structural plasticity within brain hub Tang Yi-Yuan Texas Tech University
P301 Short-term mindfulness meditation changes grey matter in insula Tang Yi-Yuan Texas Tech University
P302 Ultrasonic neuromodulation in multi-compartmental neuron models Tarnaud Thomas University of Ghent
P303 Universal automated seizure focus prediction consistent with post-operative outcome Vila-Vidal Manel Universitat Pompeu Fabra
P304 Linearly Optimal Fisher Discriminant Analysis of Neuronal Activity Calderini Matias University of Ottawa
P305 Temporal processing with oscillation-driven balanced spiking reservoirs with conductance based synapses Vincent-Lamarre Philippe Univesity of Ottawa
P306 Emergence of gamma rhythms in V1 during the critical period requires balance of activity between interneuron subtypes Tiesinga Paul Radboud University
P307 Rodent whisking enters the third dimension Tiesinga Paul Radboud University
P308 Finite element method pipeline to optimize electrical properties of ECoG Vermaas Meron Radboud University & Donders Institute for Brain
P309 A burst motif for attentional control Casaní Galdón Pablo Radboud University & Donders Institute for Brain
P310 A combined volume conduction and nerve fiber model for assessment of electrode design in relation to preferential activation of small cutaneous nerve Poulsen Aida H. Aalborg university
P311 Possible mechanisms for gamma-nested oscillations in the hippocampus Segneri Marco Université de Cergy-Pontoise
P312 Coexistence of fast and slow gamma oscillations in one population of inhibitory spiking neurons Bi Hongjie Universit ́e de Cergy-Pontoise
P313 Transition from asynchronous to oscillatory dynamics in balanced spiking networks with instantaneous synapses di Volo Matteo CNRS
P314 A Simple Model of Neural Autapse Reconciles Diverse Experimental Observations Toutounji Hazem Institute of NeuroInformatics, UZH/ETH
P315 A Bayesian model explains how individual and mutual properties of action and outcome affect sense of agency Legaspi Roberto RIKEN Cener for Brain Science
P316 A map-based model for the membrane potential of healthy and unhealthy neurons and cardiac cells Girardi-Schappo Mauricio University of Sao Paulo
P317 Deterministic search process underlies memory recall Naim Michelangelo Weizmann Institute of Science
P318 Geometry of sensory response extremizes correlations in a phenomenological model of autism Williams-Garcia Rashid University of Pittsburgh
P319 Modeling implicates inhibitory network bistability as an underpinning of seizure initiation Rich Scott Krembil Research Institute
P320 High frequency neurons help routing information in brain networks Mirasso Claudio Universitat de les Illes Balears
P321 Hybrid circuits to assess sequential neural rhythms from low dimensional observations Elices Ocon Irene Universidad Autónoma Madrid
P322 Robotic locomotion driven by the flexible rhythm of a living Central Pattern Generator Elices Ocon Irene Universidad Autónoma Madrid
P323 Transfer of rich living circuit dynamics to neuron models through graded synapses Reyes-Sanchez Manuel Universidad Autónoma Madrid
P324 Lost order and rhythm in a mouse model for neurodegenerative motor neuron disease Venugopal Sharmila University of California, Los Angeles
P325 Do human brain functional networks obey power law scaling? Zucca Riccardo IBEC
P326 Self beyond the body: self-generated task-relevant distal cues modulate performance and the body ownership Ulysse Laura Universitat Pompeu Fabra
P327 Integrated Information as a Measure of Volitional Control in Intracranial Functional Connectivity Networks Arsiwalla Xerxes IBEC
P328 Learning joint attention in reinforcement learning agents through intrinsic rewards Corcoll Andreu Oriol Tartu University
P330 Not all dendrites are equal: location-dependent dendritic integration of inputs Agnes Everton University of Oxford
P331 Codependent synaptic plasticity: interacting synapses for stable learning in spiking networks Agnes Everton University of Oxford
P332 A canonical model for explaining heterogeneous behavior in perceptual decision making Prat-Ortega Genis IDIBAPS
P333 Prefrontal circuit specialization underlying task-triggered changes in population codes in spatial working memory Pollán Hauer Nicolás Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
P334 Interactions between Feedback Signals for the Modulation of Border Ownership Selective Neurons Wagatsuma Nobuhiko Toho University
P335 Neural variability quenching during decision-making: Neural individuality and its prestimulus complexity Wolff Annemarie University of Ottawa
P336 The Retina Predicts Information in Inertial Stochastic Dynamics Yan Min Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
P337 Robustness to the Removal of Connections in Spiking Neural Networks Evolved for Temporal Pattern Recognition Steuber Volker University of Hertfordshire
P338 Neuronal Hyperactivity by Age-Dependent Alternations of Brain Structural Connectivity in APOE4 Carriers: Preliminary Computational Study Yamada Yasunori IBM Research
P339 Integration of a reinforcement learning module in REACH model for adaptive arm control Sunagawa Taro The University of Electro-Communications
P340 Building a spiking network model of the cerebellum on K computer using NEST and MONET simulators Yamaura Hiroshi The University of Electro-Communications
P341 Neuromusculoskeletal model for bipedal locomotion under a pathological condition Ichimura Daisuke The University of Electro-Communications
P342 Developing a Spiking Neuron Network Model of The Basal Ganglia Performing Reinforcement Learning Yoshimura Hideyuki The University of Electro-Communications
P343 Parallel computing of a cortio-thalamo-cerebellar circuit using tile partitioning parallelization method by MONET simulator Igarashi Jun Riken
P344 Dendritic discrimination of temporal input sequences in cerebellar Purkinje cells Yamamoto Yuki The University of Electro-Communications
P345 Arbor – a morphologically-detailed neural network simulation library for contemporary high-performance computing architectures Peyser Alexander Jülich Research Centre
P346 Predictive Coding in the Drosophila Antennal Lobe Yeh Chung-Heng Columbia University
P347 Unraveling intra- and intersegmental neural network architectures controlling an insect walking system Yeldesbay Azamat University of Cologne
P348 Effects of chaotic activity on the first-spike latency dynamics of Hodgkin-Huxley neurons Baysal Veli Zonguldak Bülent Ecevit Üniversitesi
P349 Stochastic resonance in feed-forward-loop neuronal network motifs of Hodgkin-Huxley neurons Baysal Veli Zonguldak Bülent Ecevit Üniversitesi
P350 Visual perception of spatial objects and textures in flying pigeons Zaleshina Margarita Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
P351 A coarse-graining framework for spiking neuronal networks: from local, low-order moments to large-scale spatiotemporal activities Shao Yuxiu Peking University
P352 Reconstruction of Sparse Neuronal Network Connectivity in the Balanced Operating Regime Barranca Victor Swarthmore College
P353 Divisive Normalization Circuits Faithfully Represent Visual, Olfactory and Auditory Stimuli Liu Tingkai Columbia University
P354 Movement Directional Maps for Optical Imaging with fNIRS (functional near-infrared spectroscopy) Tam Nicoladie University of North Texas
P355 Applying the method of spectral decomposition to analyse the response of integrate-and-fire neurons to time varying input Deutz Lukas University of Leeds
P356 Temporal structures show different atrophy dynamics throughout the progression of cognitive impairment Valentí Meritxell CIEN Foundation
P357 RNNs develop history biases in an expectation-guided two-alternative forced choice task Molano-Mazon Manuel IDIBAPS
P358 How cells in primary visual cortex combine filters for feature selectively and invariance Almasi Ali National Vision Research Institute, Melbourne