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BIG NEURO. Theory and Neurobiology, Duke University, 2012


John Ostrowick

What is Chaos, and how is it relevant for Philosophy of Mind?

John Ostrowick
This paper argues, in agreement with Neuringer, Beggs and others, that if we wish to scientifically characterise human choice we have to work with a probabilistic or chaos-derived model.This has a number of implications for philosophy of mind. Firstly, it is in theory possible to describe human behaviour with some form of law-like equation; it's just a matter of figuring out what equation best captures the states of our central nervous system. Secondly, it means...

Inferring spike times given typical time-series fluorescence observations

Inferring spike times given typical time-series fluorescence observations. Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Johns Hopkins University, 2008

An introduction to experiment building with OpenSesame (NeuroSpin 2015)

Sebastiaan Mathôt
Mathôt, S. (2015, Jan). An introduction to experiment building with OpenSesame. Workshop presented at NeuroSpin, Paris, France.

Podiumsdiskussion der internationalen Denkmalpflege-Tagung, 25.09.2013

Alissa Lange & Arnold Bartetzky
Im September 2013 veranstaltete die HAWK zusammen mit ICOMOS eine viertägige große internationale Denkmalpflege-Tagung: Unter dem Motto „Geteilt – Vereint! Denkmalpflege in Mitteleuropa zur Zeit des Eisernen Vorhangs und heute“ diskutierten Zeitzeugen der Denkmalpflege in der alten Bundesrepublik Deutschland und in der DDR Ludwig Deiters, Detlef Karg, Michael Petzet und Dieter Wieland,mit der Kunsthistorikerin Sigrid Brandt unter der Moderation von Arnold Bartetzky.

A Neurocognitive Graph Theoretic Approach to Understanding the Relationship Between Minds and Brains

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Vogelstein JT, Vogelstein RJ, Priebe CE. A Neurocognitive Graph-Theoretical Approach to Understanding the Relationship Between Minds and Brains. CSHL conference on Neural Circuits, 2010

Inferring Spike Trains, Neural Filters, and Network Circuits from in vivo Calcium Imaging

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Vogelstein JT, Jedynak B, Zhang K, Paninski L. Inferring Spike Trains, Neural Filters, and Network Circuits from in vivo Calcium Imaging. Society for Neuroscience, 2007

Test von Omegahab in Moskau

Das aus Deutschland stammende Mini-Ökosystem Omegahab wurde vor seinem Start an Bord des Forschungssatelliten BION-M1 in den Laboren des Instituts für Biomedizinische Probleme (IBMP) der Russischen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Moskau auf seinen Aufenthalt im All vorbereitet.

3d Printer Sounds

3D printer sounds.

Facilitating the Use of Next-Gen Sequence Data for Data-Driven Biology

, Hiromasa Ono, Yuki Naito, Takeru Nakazato & Hidemasa Bono
Presentation slide for PAG(Plant & Animal Genome Meeting) XXIII. Abstract: In order to promote life science researches in Japan, National Bioscience Database Center (NBDC: http://biosciencedbc.jp/en/) makes biological databases easier to use. In collaboration with NBDC on technology development, Database Center for Life Science (DBCLS: http://dbcls.rois.ac.jp/en/) has been tackling the problem how to organize big data in lifescience including huge amount of nucleotide sequence data from next generation sequencers(next-gen sequence data) and various types of gene...

Traditional and emerging approaches to research assessment in the humanities

Stacy Konkiel
Presentation at the ASIS&T Virtual Symposium on Information and Technology in the Arts and Humanities, April 23, 2015. More information on the Symposium, including a recording of this presentations, can be found at the link below.

Serving the medicinal chemistry community with Royal Society of Chemistry cheminformatics platforms

Antony Williams
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is a major participant in providing access to chemistry related data via the web. As an internationally renowned society for the chemical sciences, a scientific publisher and the host of the ChemSpider database for the community, RSC continues to make dramatic strides in providing online access to data. ChemSpider provides access to over 30 million chemicals sourced from over 500 data suppliers and linked out to related information on...

Launching Mediaflux Desktop on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Launching Mediaflux Desktop

Social Media & THE Media - Connecting Scientists with the News

Morgan Jackson
Presentation on how young scientists can connect to the media using social networks and apps, and some tips & tricks for doing so.

The almost impossible worlds in quantum information and their influence on reality

A state or world with converging to zero, but nonzero probability, can be designated as an almost impossible one unlike those with exactly zero probability, which are quite impossible Thus a coherent superposition of those almost impossible states or an ensemble of those almost impossible worlds can have some nonzero probability

“No hidden variables!”: From Neumann’s to Kochen and Specker’s theorem in quantum mechanics

The talk addresses a philosophical comparison and thus interpretation of both theorems having one and the same subject: The absence of the “other half” of variables, called hidden” for that, to the analogical set of variables in classical mechanics: These theorems are: John’s von Neumann’s (1932) Simon Kochen and Ernst Specker’s (1968)

Curriculum Vitae - Pedro Molina

Pedro Molina
A copy of my CV

Simulation of nucleation of edge dislocation in Ge/Si(001)

Oleg Trushin, Emile Maras, Alexander Stukowski, Enzo Granato, , Tapio Ala-Nissila & Hannes Jonsson
Minimum energy path for the nucleation of an edge dislocation in Ge/Si(001) strained film. The top left figure present the energy profile. The other figures present three different views of the evolution of the system along the minimum energy path. The vertical line in the energy profile gives the current position of the system. Only atoms whose surrounding does not correspond to a diamond lattice according to a common neighbor analysis as implemented in OVITO...

Open source in Experimental Psychology

Edwin Dalmaijer
Talk on using open-source software in experimental psychology. Presented on 3 March 2015, at the Attention, Brain and Cognitive Development group (http://www.psy.ox.ac.uk/research/attention-brain-and-cognitive-development-group) at the University of Oxford's Department of Experimental Psychology.

Building a Research Portal - Vidatum and NUI Galway - T44U

Cillian Joy
This presentation outlines the steps that NUI Galway took to build a research portal by integrating Vidatum Academic with Terminalfour Site Manager. Presented at the T44U conference in November 2014.

Inselect: an innovative tool for automating digitisation of natural history collections

Laurence Livermore, Vladimir Blagoderov, Lawrence Hudson, Benjamin Price, & Vincent Smith
Presentation given by Laurence Livermore at the SPNHC symposium: Specimens Full Circle: Collection to Digitization to Data Use. 21 May 2015. Abstract: Entomological specimens make up a significant proportion of natural history collections: at the Natural History Museum, London over 30 million of the 80 million specimens are pinned insects. Currently the cost and time required to digitise these collections are relatively high. Whole drawer scanning has been a potential low-cost method for effective mass...


Joshua Whittam
This 'How To' contains information on how to duplicate the data obtained from this project

'How To' reproduce Data from this Project

Joshua Whittam
'How To' on how to reproduce data from this project

Implantation procedure to fix a socket to a rats head, allowing group housing by sturdy caps.

Richard C. Pinnell, Rand K. Almajidiy & Ulrich G. Hofmann
Paper submitted to JNSM: "Group Housing of brain implanted rodents" (working title).

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