This journal club aims to provide a forum for discussing neurons, brains, and behavior among people with diverse quantitative and neurobiology backgrounds. Weekly meetings will focus on a paper relevant to a theoretical understanding of some neuroscientific problem or system. Graduate students and postdocs are especially encouraged to attend and propose/present papers. Appropriate papers present neural data, theoretical models, foundational principles for computation, new statistical, mathematical, or machine learning methods, etc.
Time & Place
Wednesdays, 2pm, NHB 3.202.
|Date||Presenter and readers||Reading|
|06.06.2018||Chris Roth||Sutton & Barto (2018, second edition) Chapters 3 & 6|
|06.13.2018||Tzuhsuan Ma||Sutton & Barto (2018, second edition) Chapters 4 & 6|
|06.20.2018||Rishidev Chaudhuri, Chris Roth||Coding examples in Sutton & Barto (2018, second edition) Chapter 4|
|06.27.2018||Tzuhsuan Ma, Kalina Slavkova||Coding examples in Sutton & Barto (2018, second edition) Chapter 6|
|07.11.2018||Ingmar Kanitscheider||Banino et al. & Deepmind (2018) Vector-based navigation using grid-like representations in artificial agents. Nature [Link]|