25 November 2021
Colloquium by Stefano Panzeri (ZMNH, Department of Excellence for Neural Information Processing, UKE)
Thursday, 25 November 2021 16:00, Zoom Meeting
Aggregate measures of neural activity, such as the Electroencephalograms (EEGs) are widely used tools to monitor brain activity in the lab and in the clinic. However, these aggregate signals do not have cellular resolution. Thus, it has been difficult to interpret them in terms of neural functions or understand what kind of neural computations they reflect. This talk will present recent attempts from our laboratory to produce mathematical methods that can address these issues and provide a better understanding of how to use aggregate recordings of brain activity to study the function of the brain.
Stefano Panzeri from ZMNH / UKE is an expert in Computational Neuroscience and has recently joined UKE as director of the Department of Excellence for Neural Information Processing. Among other things, the Panzeri group work on mathematical models based on EEG signals for the study of brain function.
Please contact the ZMNH / bAIome seminar organizers for the Zoom access information.