Recent conference presentations
- [P028.29] The spatial scale of chromatic processing of macaque V1 receptive fields at the center-of-gaze. Presented by Felix Bartsch [Poster]
- [P082.16] Hierarchical VAEs provide a normative account of motion processing in the primate brain. Presented by Hadi Vafaii [Poster, paper]
- [P149.16] Biologically constrained deep neural networks to parse visual computations being performed in the primary visual cortex. Presented by Matt Jacobsen [Poster]
CRCNS PIs Meeting 2022 (Atlanta, GA)
- Dissecting the processing of color vision in the primary visual cortex at the center-of-gaze. Presented by Felix Bartsch [Poster]
SFN 2021 (Virtual)
- [P479.05] Binocular integration as nonlinear mixing: how binocular neurons in primary visual cortex preserve eye-specific information for downstream visual processing. Presented by Ethan Cheng [Slides] [Video summary]
- [P479.06] Amplification of disparity selectivity by spatial convolutions in the primary visual cortex. Presented by Felix Bartsch [Slides] [Video summary]
Historical conference presentation keepers
- [Poster] Characterizing hierarchical computation in primary visual cortex, presented by Dan Butts
- [Poster] Characterizing neural processing in foveal and parafoveal primary visual cortex, presented by Felix Bartsch
Predicting the relationship between sensory neuron variability and perceptual decisions, presented by Yuwei Cui.
We predicted decisions based on LFPs here in addition to predicting neural responses, but the combined paper was rejected and we only published the first half.
- [Poster] Modulation and coordination of V1 stimulus processing by saccade-driven network activity, presented by James McFarland.
- [Poster] The interplay between excitation and inhibition in the inferior colliculus and its relationship to adaptation for naturalistic stimuli, presented by Nadja Schinkel-Bielefeld.