Symposium programme

Time Speaker Title
8.45-9.00 Check-in and badge collection
9.00-9.10 Opening remarks
9.10-9.40 Jason Kerr Imaging cortical activity, visual behavior and skeletal kinematics in freely moving mammals using headmounted 3P-microscopes, cameras and spots.
9.40-10.10 Jennifer Bizley Freely moving animals reveal multiple coordinate frames of auditory space
10.10-10.40 Sepiedeh Keshavarzi Multisensory coding of head velocity during passive and active motion
10.40-10.50 DataJoint Automated Research Workflows for Neuroscience
10.50-11.20 Coffee break
11.20-11.50 Jakob Voigts Sequential spatial reasoning in unrestrained mouse navigation
11.50-12.20 Eugenia Chiappe Brain-body interactions for goal-directed actions in exploratory Drosophila
12.20-12.30 NeuroGEARS Expanding the neuroscience toolkit with open-source hardware and software
12.30-13.30 Lunch reception - all attendees welcome!
13.30-14.00 Cris Niell Neural coding for active vision and natural visual behavior
14.00-14.30 Malcolm MacIver Tuning movement for sensing in an uncertain world and the transition to planning
14.30-15.00 Andrew Straw Virtual reality and calcium imaging in freely moving Drosophila
15.00-15.10 Cambridge NeuroTech A neuroscientist's toolbox for electrophysiology and optogenetics
15.10-15.40 Coffee break
15.40-16.10 Matt Smear Neural correlates of state and place in the olfactory bulb of freely-moving mice
16.10-16.40 Dora Angelaki Active sensing and flexible neural coding during visually guided virtual navigation
16.40-17.10 Jennifer Hoy Development of active vision in the mouse
17.10-18.30 Social and networking reception - all attendees welcome!