SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES
|December 11, 2013|
Hebb Symposium on Neurons and Biological Dynamics
May 14 - 21, 1994
David Brillinger (University of California, Berkeley)
This workshop may go from cellular level to systems level, with an eye towards interesting dynmaics and connections between dynamics and functions. D.O. Hebb's masterpiece, "The Organization of Behavior" published in 1949, sketched out how behavior might emerge from the properties of nerve cells and assemblies of nerve cells. Theis book was a landmark achievement in neurophysiological psychology. The modifiable synapse, discussed at length by Hebb and now known as the "Hebb synapse", was a lasting contribution. Since Hebb was from Nova Scotia and spent most of his professional life at McGill in the together physiological and mathematical researchers with some didactic and research talks oriented towards graduate studens and postdoctoral fellows.
In the preliminary stages of organization, some topics that may be included:
In addition to the workshop lectures scheduled Mini-courses will be offered by D. Brillinger (University of California, Berkeley) and L. Glass (McGill University) during this period.