CCS Journal Club
12:15pm to 1:30pm in Elliott Hall room S204
Cindy Marceau firstname.lastname@example.org
Discussion of journal articles in the field of cognitive science.
Graphics/visualization/virtual reality group
1-2pm in 6-212 EECS.
Dan Keefe email@example.com
Developmental Prosopagnosia (i.e. Faceblindness) and Developmental Space Perception Group
1:30 - 2:30 in Peik 265A
Albert Yonas firstname.lastname@example.org
Our group focuses on infant development of visual perception as well as the development of face recognition and Prosopagnosia. We would be happy to have others join us or become involved!
Marsolek Lab Meetings
2:00-3:00 pm, S204 Elliott
Chad J. Marsolek email@example.com
In this laboratory, we are interested in explaining human cognitive abilities--especially memory, vision, learning, and how these abilities are modulated by emotion and social interaction--in terms of how the brain accomplishes them.
Clinical Movement Science Center
Every third Monday, 4-5 pm in 405 Walter Library
Juergen Konczak firstname.lastname@example.org
The Clinical Movement Science Center is an interdisciplinary organization at the University of Minnesota focusing on problems affecting the human motor system. Its faculty offer perspectives from the fields of engineering, kinesiology, the neurological, rehabilitation and clinical sciences. Their research provides a better understanding of the underlying disease processes that lead to movement impairments. Its products are new knowledge, procedures, therapies and devices that will aid and enhance the care and treatment of age-related changes and diseases affecting human movement.
Human Sensorimotor Control Lab Journal Club
5:30-6:30 pm at 400 Cooke Hall (RSVP required)
Kristen Pickett email@example.com
Journal Club reads articles on basic issues of motor control, sensorimotor integration, neural representations of movement, perception / action phenomena
Systems and Computational Neuroscience (also a 2 cr course-Nsc 8217)
1-2:30 Jackson 6-135 (RSVP required)
Geoff Ghose firstname.lastname@example.org
The course is in journal club format, in which participants present and discuss recent original research papers centered around a common theme each semester. All interested students, faculty members, and postdocs are encouraged to attend. The course typically attracts participants from a variety of departments and perspectives.
4:00 to 5:30, EE/CS 6-212
Maria Gini email@example.com
Machine learning and other interesting AI topics
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Learning: Mediation of Choice Behavior in Animals (Psy 8010, syllabus available)
3:30pm to 5:30pm in Elliott Hall room S204 (RSVP required, as is weekly preparation)
Bruce Overmier firstname.lastname@example.org
Discussion of journal articles tracing history of control of choice acts.
Redish Lab Journal Club
Thursdays 1-2 pm MCB 4-118
David Redish email@example.com
This journal club addresses papers of interest, primarily on learning and memory.
Affective Neuroscience Reading Group
Generally 3rd Thursdays, 3-4 pm.
Fall 2009 is in Elliott 204; Spring 2010 is in room 172 Institute of Child Development.
Everyone is welcome, but should e-mail one of the organizers to obtain exact information on time/place and copy of the month's reading
Jonathan Gewirtz firstname.lastname@example.org and Megan Gunnar Gunnar@umn.edu