Chinese Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience Conference 2020

Chinese Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience Conference 2020

2020.6.29-6.30

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By constructing the mathematical models based on the facts observed in experiments, using simulation and mathematic analysis, computational neuroscience characterizes the neural activity, investigates the neural dynamics underlying the information processing during perception, learning, memorizing, decision making, reasoning, et al. The investigation on the mechanism of information processing bridges the neuroscience and artificial intelligence. The analysis and simulation of cognitive function helps people recover the mechanism underlying the psychiatric disorders.

 

The aim of Chinese computational and Cognitive Neuroscience (CCCN) Conference is to boost the field of computational neuroscience in China and communication between researcher in the field. CCCN 2019 has been held in Chengdu and hosted by the Key Laboratory for NeuroInformation of Ministry of Education, UESTC(http://meeting.csn.org.cn/JSRZ/). CCCN 2020 is hosted by School of Systems Science, State Key Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, BNU. CCCN 2020 goes to virtual conference due to the Covid-19(http://meeting.cns.org.cn/2020CCCNC/).


Chinese:http://meeting.cns.org.cn/2020CCCNC/



Organization

Chair:        

Xiao-Jing Wang (New York University)

Member: 

Si Wu (Peking University)

Guoqiang Bi (University of Science and Technology of China)

Dongzhuo Zhou (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

Doris Tsao (Caltech)

Chengcheng Huang (University of Pittsburgh)

DaHui Wang (Beijing Normal University)


Program

Schedule: 


Session


Beijing


Sydney


California


New York


London


I


June 29:

9:00-11:25


June 29:

11:00-13:25


June 28:

18:00-20:25


June 28:

21:00-23:25


June 29:

2:00-4:25


II


June 29:

20:00-23:00


June 29:

22:00-1:00


June 29:

5:00-8:00


June 29:

8:00-11:00


June 29:

13:00-16:00


II


June 30:

9:00-11:3


June 30:

11:00-13:30


June 29:

18:00-20:30


June 29:

21:00-23:30


June 29:

2:00-4:30


IV


June 30:

20:00-23:00


June 30:

22:00-1:00


June 30:

5:00-8:00


June 30:

8:00-11:00


June 30:

13:00-16:00

Session I (Beijing time June 29 AM):

9:00-9:10

XiaoJing Wang

Opening speech

9:10-9:55

Nikolaus Kriegeskorte

Testing deep neural network models of human vision with brain and behavioral data

9:55-10:40

Pulin Gong

Propagating activity patterns in cortical circuits: dynamical properties and computational roles

10:40-11:25

Guoqiang Bi

Multi-scale analyses of neurons: from synaptic proteins to brain-wide circuits

Session II (Beijing time June 29 PM):

20:00-20:45

Anna Wang Roe(王菁)

Roadmap to a columnar visual cortical prothestic

20:45-21:30

MinMin Luo

Reward processing by the Dorsal Raphe

21:30-21:40

Break


21:40-22:00

WenHao Zhang

A normative theory of how neural circuits perform causal inference in cue integration

22:00-22:20

YunZhe Liu

Prioritizing Replay for Model-based Learning

22:20-23:00


Xiaojing Wang

Henry Kennedy

GuoQiang Bi

Anna Wang Roe(王菁)

Martin Vinck

YuHan Chen

Discussion on large scale brain network

Session III (Beijing time June 30 AM):

9:00-9:45

Keren Haroush

Social representations in the primate brain

9:45-10:30

Wu Li

Learning-induced changes in visual cortical processing

10:30-10:50

Liang Liang

Organization and modulation of distinct information lines in mouse visual thalamus

10:50-11:10

YuHan Chen

Predicting large-scale primate brain networks

11:10-11:30

PengChen Zhou

Fusing electron microscopy data and calcium imaging data to achieve functional connectomics

Session IV (Beijing time June 30 PM):

20:00-20:45

XiaoQin Wang

Computational principles of auditory cortex

20:45-21:30

Brent Doiron

Dimensions of variability in circuit models of cortex

21:30-21:40

Break


21:40-22:00

Robert Yang

Machine evolution of olfactory systems

22:00-22:20

Yang Zhou

Decision-making Across Parietal and Frontal Cortices

22:20-23:00

Nikolaus Kriegeskorte

Si Wu

Dan Yamins

Robert Yang

Brent Doiron

Chengcheng Huang

Discussion on brain and AI



Contact

王大辉:13466388445 

               wangdh@bnu.edu.cn

斯白露:18500396568  

               bailusi@bnu.edu.cn 



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