CTN Events

Lab Meetings

Lab meetings are organized by graduate students and held every Monday at 11:30 a.m. Members of the Center (postdocs, grad students, and faculty) rotate throughout the year to present and discuss their work. All members of the Center are strongly encouraged to attend weekly lab meetings.

The current student organizers are Elom Amematsro and Jack Lindsey.

Interested in receiving the latest updates on our lab meetings? Just email Allison and Mahham: [email protected][email protected]

Location

Lab meetings will be conducted virtually until further notice.

Lab Meeting Schedule, Spring 2020

12/21/2020    Canceled for Winter Break

12/28/2020    Canceled for Winter Break 

1/04/2021      Canceled

1/11/2021      Samuel Muscinelli

1/18/2021      Canceled for MLK Day

1/25/2021      Mario Dipoppa, John Morrison (Faculty Project Update)

2/01/2021      Marjorie Xie

2/08/2021      Guillermo Horga 

2/15/2021     Jackson Loper, Sean Bittner

2/22/2021     Najja Marshall

3/01/2021     Canceled for Spring Break

3/08/2021     Rainer Engelken

3/15/2021     Ramon Manas, Ken Miller (Faculty Project Update)

3/22/2021     Hannah Bayer

3/29/2021     Taiga Abe

4/05/2021     Ashok Litwin-Kumar (Faculty Project Update)

4/12/2021      Agostina Palmigiano

4/19/2021      Canceled

4/26/2021      SueYeon Chung

5/03/2021      Gabrielle Gutierrez

5/10/2021      Canceled for NeuroNex EAC Meeting

5/17/2021      Danil Tyulmankov, John Cunningham (Faculty Project Update)

5/24/2021      Canceled

5/31/2021      Canceled for Memorial Day

6/07/2021      Laureline Logiaco

6/14/2021      James Priestley, Chris Cueva

6/21/2021      Canceled for Gatsby tri-center meeting

6/28/2021      Josh Glaser, Sean Perkins

7/05/2021      Canceled for Independence Day

7/12/2021      Amol Pasarkar, Kaushik Lakshminarasimhan

7/19/2021      Dan Biderman, Salomon Muller

Lab Meeting Archive

Seminar Series

Seminars are organized by postdocs and held every Friday at 11:30 a.m. during the academic year. Members of the Center nominate and invite speakers from other institutions and research centers to present and discuss their work.

Speakers typically spend the day at the Center and 1-on-1 meetings are arranged with faculty, postdocs, and students throughout the day. The speaker will be hosted by one of our members and they will have lunch with the Center's postdocs and students.

The current postdoc organizers are Bettina Hein and Kaushik Lakshminarasimhan.

Interested in receiving the latest updates on our seminars? Just email Allison and Mahham: [email protected][email protected]

Our Seminar Series is supported in part by NSF's Neuronex Award DBI-1707398.

Location

Seminars will be conducted virtually until further notice and will not be recorded.

Seminar Series Schedule, Spring 2020

1/01/2021       Canceled

1/08/2021       Chengcheng Huang

1/15/2021       Jonathan Pillow

1/22/2021       Canceled for Open House

1/29/2021       Carina Curto

2/05/2021       Sara Solla

2/12/2021       Canceled for Open House

2/19/2021       Grace Lindsay

2/26/2021       Canceled for COSYNE

3/05/2021       Canceled for Spring Break

3/12/2021       Demba Ba

3/19/2021       Carsen Stringer

3/26/2021       Kanaka Rajan

4/02/2021       Anne Churchland

4/06/2021       Tirin Moore (Co-hosted with Columbia Neuroscience Seminar)

4/13/2021       Marlene Cohen (Co-hosted with Columbia Neuroscience Seminar)

4/23/2021       Kimberly Stachenfeld

4/30/2021       Tatyana Sharpee

5/07/2021       Canceled

5/14/2021       Canceled

5/21/2021       Canceled

5/28/2021       Kay Tye

6/04/2021       Kwabena Boahen

6/11/2021       Timothy Buschman (Seminar starts at 12 pm)

6/18/2021       Canceled for Juneteenth 

6/25/2021       Anna Schapiro 

 

Seminar Series Archive

Theoretically Social

Theoretically Social is the Center’s official happy hour, held every Thursday at 5 pm in the 5th floor interaction space. It’s a place for all Theory Center members to come together and socialize! Drinks and snacks are provided.

The current organizer is Matteo Alleman.

Biennial Retreat

Center for Theoretical Neuroscience Biennial Retreat

Details forthcoming

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