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The lectures will take place in building 51 room 015, Monday, 12:00-13:15

Cognitive/Molecular/Robotics/Systems/Engineering/Theoretical/Special seminar

Spring Semester 2020


Date

Speaker

Institute

​​Title
(and recording)

​M/C/S/
R/E/T

​1

March 16

Elinor Tzvi-Minker

Leipzig​ University  

Cancelled 


​S

2​

March 23

Simone Shamay-Tsoori

​Haifa University

Cancelled


​E

3​

March 30

Tammy Riklin Raviv

BGU

Deep Learning for Brain Imaging Analysis: Can We Get Better, Higher or Faster?
(lecture recording)

C​

4​

April 20

Rafi​ Malach

Weizmann

A universal mechani​sm underlying free and creative behavior in the human brain
(lecture recording)

​S

​5

April 27

Jonathan Downar

University of Toronto​

Cancelled​


S​

6​

May 4

Tal Savoray

BGU

Cancelled​


​7

May 11

Moshe Bar

​​​​​​​Bar-Ilan University

Ove​rarching States of Mind​
(lecture recording)​​

C​

​8

May 18

Inbal Ben-Ami Bartal

TAU

The Biological Basis of Empathy and Helping Behavior​​
Abstract

S​

​9

May 25

Elisabeth Pacherie

CNRS

Beyond automaticity: The psychological complexity of skilled action​

(lecture recording)​

C​

​10

June 1

Nahum Ulanovski

Weizmann

Neural Codes for Natural Behaviors in Flying Bats 
(lecture recording)
Abstract

S​

​11

June 8

Yoni Pertzov

HUJI

Memory guided gaze behavior: theoretical andapplied implications (lecutre recording)​
Abstract

C​

​12

June 15

Yaara Yeshurun

TAU

Brain mechanisms underlying shared understanding​

(lecture recording)
Abstract

​C

​13

June 22

Eran Hornstein

W​eizmann

RNAmechanisms of neurodegeneration

(lecture recording)
Abstract

​M


 

Fall Semester 2019/20

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Dat​e

Speaker & Institue

​Title and Abstract

M/C/S/R/E/T

​1

​Octobar 28

​Zlotowski Best Research Winners

​2

​November 4

​Yaniv Ziv, Weizmann

The internal structure and long-term dynamics of neuronal codes for space

​M/S

​3

​November 11

​Oren Shuldiner, Weizmann

​Adhesion mediated neuron-neuron communication instructs circuit remodeling and axonal compartmentalization

​M

​4

​November 18

​Yonatan Lowenstein, HUJI

Why idiosyncratic choice bias is (almost) inevitable

​C/S/T

​5

November 25

Eran Perlson, TAU

Neuronal mechanisms of axon degeneration and retrograde death signals 

* Change of venue: Sarah Tad​​​​mor Auditorium #4, Bulding #18  

​M

​6

​December 2

​Ami Citri, HUJI

Pay attention and learn from experience!

​S

​7

​December 9

Brain School

Members Meeting * 

(PIs Only)

​* Venue:  

Building 35, Auditorium 001

​8

​December 16

​Jonatan Downar, Toronto University

​S

​9

​December 23

​Nitzan Shahar, TAU

​Credit assignment to state-independent tast representations

​C​

​10

​December 30

​Yifat Prut, HUJI

​Cerebellar Regulation of Motor Timing and Coordination

​S

​11

​January 6

​ISFN Meeting Eilat​

​12

January 13​

​Uri Hertz, ​Haifa University

Social motivations in advice giving – social influence vs conformism 

​C

​13

​January 20

​Yaffa Yeshurun, Haifa University​

The characteristics of the attentional window when measured with the pupillary response to light
 

​C