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We are pleased to present the proceedings of the 2nd HBP Student Conference - Transdisciplinary Research Linking Neuroscience, Brain Medicine and Computer Science - held in Ljubljana, Slovenia from 14 to 16 February 2018.
- Fernaud Isabel - Why does ICT need biology?
- Gewaltig Marc-Oliver - Neurorobotics: An introduction
- Gewaltig Marc-Oliver - The Human Brain Project: Virtualizing and Accelerating Neuroscience
- Heinis Thomas - Querying and Analysing Big Scientific Data
- McIntosh Randy - Building and Interacting with TheVirtualBrain
- Roig Gemma - Designing Artificial Visual Intelligence Systems (...)
- James Robert - SpiNNakEar: Auditory pathway modelling on SpiNNaker neuromorphic hardware
- Kaiser Jacques - Learning Movements by Imitation from Event-Based Visual Prediction
- Rosell Gemma - A Complex Network Framework to Model Cognition
- Urbain Gabriel - Design of a Bio-inspired Compliant Quadruped Robot for Research on Closed-Loop Locomotion Control
- Vasquez Tieck Juan Camilo - Towards Grasping with Spiking Neural Networks for Anthromorphic Robot Hands
- Vilimelis Aceituno Pau - The structure of complex neural networks and its effects on learning
- Betancur Ochoa Juan Esteban - Detection of pathological ageing with artificial neural networks
- De La Fuente Garcia Sofia - Detecting cognitive decline through dialogue processing
- Echegoyen Ignacio - Ordinal Synchronization
- Kostovska Ana - Semantic annotation of data on neurodegenerative diseases using ontologies
- Purver Matthew - Analysing Dialogue to Support Detection of Alzheimerʼs Disease
- Schneider Steffen - Don‘t classify, generate: Dreaming up EEG sequences (...)
- Fernandez Musoles Carlos - Communication optimisation in distributed SNN simulations
- Ivan Martinez Perez - cuHinesBatch: Solving Multiple Hines systems on GPUs
- Kirchner Jan Hendrik - Exponential First Passage Time Approximations of Neuron Model (...)
- Pol Santamaria - Big data for HPC: the Human Brain Project
- Sirvent Raül - Dynamic Resource Management for Interactive Supercomputing in Neuroscience
Kirchner Jan Hendrik - Exponential First Passage Time Approximations of Neuron Model (...)
Exponential First Passage Time Approximations of Neuron Model with Conductance-Based Dynamics
Speaker: Jan Hendrik Kirchner, Bernstein Center Freiburg, Germany
Student Session III: High Performance Computing, Brain Simulation
2nd HBP Student Conference - Transdisciplinary research linking neuroscience, brain medicine and computer science
14 -- 16 February 2018
Central Post Office, Ljubljana, Slovenia