Friday 24 Nov 2017: Workshop on neural networks: from dynamical systems to psychology
LSI Seminar Room B 10:00-17:00
Networks are a highly topical subject for mathematical research in dynamical systems, where new challenges are being addressed, new methodologies developed and surprising connections uncovered. The workshop will discuss recent research on the mathematical and computational modelling of neural-inspired dynamic networks, as well as exploring connections to clinical-facing research.
10.00 Arrival and registration
11.00 Claire Postlethwaite (Mathematics, Auckland, NZ) "Using heteroclinic networks as models for cognitive processes”
11.45 Lorenzo Livi (Computer Science, Exeter, UK) "On training and interpretability of recurrent neural networks”
14.00 Juliane Britz (Psychology, Fribourg, Switzerland)
14.45 Anke Karl (Psychology, Exeter, UK)
16.00 Posters, Discussion session
Please complete the registration form to book your place.