January 2019

Members of our group will present several works at the Cosyne meeting (Lisbon, Portugal, February 2019):
  • "A theory of inference amid fixational drift explains the contrast paradox in vernier hyperacuity" (presented by Nadav Ben Shushan)
  • "Bidirectional coupling of grid cells and place cells as a mechanism for robust spatial representation across multiple maps" (presented by Haggai Agmon)
  • "Biologically plausible mechanism for noise resilience in continuous parameter working memory" (presented by Nimrod Shaham)
  • In addition, Gily Genosar (Ulanovsky lab, Weizmann Institute) will present a contributed talk on "Representation of 3D space in the entorhinal cortex of flying bats” (with Johnatan Aljadeff, Yoram Burak, Haim Sompolinsky, Liora Las, and Nachum Ulanovsky).
January 2018
Noga Mosheiff will present a poster at the Cosyne meeting (Denver, March 2018), entitled "Stabilizing the grid cell representation by coupling modules through recurrent synaptic connectivity".

October 2017
Nimrod Shaham will present an invited talk in a workshop on theoretical and computational neuroscience at the ISFN meeting (Eilat, December 2017), entitled: "Neural adaptation may explain anomalous diffusion in fixational eye motion".

March 2017
Nimrod Shaham's poster, "Neural adaptation may explain anomalous diffusion in fixational eye motion" (with co-author Nadav Ben-Shushan), won the best poster award at the Faculty day of the Faculty of Sciences. The competition included submissions in physics, chemistry, the life sciences, mathematics, earth science, computer science, and applied physics.

February 2017
Nimrod Shaham will present a poster at the Cosyne meeting (Salt Lake City, UT, USA) with co-author Nadav Ben-Shushan): "Neural adaptation may explain anomalous diffusion in fixational eye motion" (III-49).
Nadav Ben-Shushan will present another poster, on his M.Sc. work with Misha Tsodyks (I-29).

February 2017
Noga Weiss Mocheiff received the three-year Meidan Fellowship for Ph.D. students.

February 2016
Noga Weiss Mocheiff and Neta Ravid Tannenbaum received Cosyne travel grants.

January 2016
Noga Weiss Mocheiff will present a contributed talk at the Cosyne meeting (Salt Lake City, February 2016): "Efficient coding of a dynamic trajectory predicts non-uniform allocation of grid cells to modules",
Two additional submissions from the lab were accepted as poster presentations:
  • "Continuous parameter working memory in a balanced chaotic neural network" (presented by Nimrod Shaham).
  • "Emergence of global structures through high order synaptic interactions" (presented by Neta Ravid Tannenbaum).
December 2015
Nimrod Shaham received a competitive travel award from the Jerusalem Brain Community, supporting his participation in Neural Coding, Computation and Dynamics (Bilbao, August 2015).
 
November 2015
The annual meeting of the Israeli Society for Neuroscience (Eilat, December 2015) will include two oral presentations from our lab, presented by Noga Weiss Mosheiff and by Neta Ravid Tannenbaum.
The annual meeting of the Israel Physical Society (Ramat Gan, December 2015) will include two oral presentations from our lab, presented by Nimrod Shaham and by Noga Weiss Mosheiff.

June 2015
Come to see the three posters from our lab at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Chicago, November 2015).
  
May 2015
Nimrod Shaham's poster, "Continuous parameter working memory in a balanced chaotic neural network", was selected as the best physics poster in the 'Faculty day' of the Faculty of Science at the Hebrew University.

 

 

 

 

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