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SFN 2008: Nov 15-19 in Washington, DC

SfN is the major neuroscience conference where ~30,000 scientists usually attend.

Cognitive Computing Group at Almaden has 2 talks, and 3 posters at the conference. Congratulations to my colleagues!

Presentations/Talks
“Interfacing auditory input and output spike streams in a large-scale, cortical simulator ”, Shyamal Chandra, Rajagopal Ananthanarayanan, Tom Zimmerman, Dharmendra S. Modha

“Imaging the spatio-temporal dynamics of large-scale cortical simulations”, Rajagopal Ananthanarayanan, Shyamal Chandra, Dharmendra  S. Modha, Raghavendra Singh


Posters
“Quantifying Synchrony in Large-scale Cortical Simulations”, Anthony Ndirango, Rajagopal Ananthanarayanan, Dharmendra S. Modha

“Understanding the topological properties of the white matter pathways in the Macaque brain”, Dharmendra S. Modha and Raghav Singh

"FascTrack: Optimal estimation of long range white matter fascicle networks using diffusion tensor imaging", Anthony J. Sherbondy, Robert F. Dougherty, Brian A. Wandell, Dharmendra S. Modha

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