I was at my first annual meeting of the Canadian association for neuroscience in Montreal and presented my research “Differential receptive field center-surround organization give rise to similar levels of neuronal correlations in three parallel sensory maps in the weakly electric fish Apteronotus leptorhynchus” as a poster. Despite the long title I had vivid discussion with colleagues about my work and would like to thank you all for the good input!


MEETING: brain dynamics workshop

I was invited to the BIRS “Brain Dynamics and Statistics: Simulation versus Data” workshop in Banff, Canada.

This was a interdisciplinary group of people, including physicists, mathematicians, biostatisticians and experimental biologists interested in using computational modeling as an asset in experimental neuroscience. It was a great pleasure to meet and discuss recent and future projects. I talked about population coding and noise correlations.

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