Melbourne School of Engineering
Nonlinear Signal Processing Laboratory

RESOURCES

Differential and information geometry

The following files do not correspond to precise lectures given during the course. They simply recapture some of the highlights and key concepts.

Introduction to Stochastic Filtering

The following are support presentations and notes used for some of the eight lectures which make up this course.

 

Neuroscience Videos

Here are some of the presentations chosen for the weekly neuroscience video sessions

The Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience (19/10/2010)

Building Brains, Making Minds (17/11/2010)

The Plastic Brain (23/3/2011)

Evolution of Mind and Brain (30/03/2011)

How Does the Brain Predict Itself? (20/04/2011)

Morality and the Emotional Brain (4/05/2011)

Visualising Human Thought (8/06/2011)

Memory and the Aging Brain (6/07/2011)

Signaling networks that regulate synapse development and cognitive function (13/07/2011)

Genetic Dissection of a Dynamic C. Elegans Synapse (20/07/2011)

Delta Awakens: Use of Low Frequency Oscillations in Attentive Processing (27/07/2011)

Has brain imaging discovered anything new? (10/08/2011)

Selectivity of local circuits in the neocortex (3/08/2011)

Genetic Dissection of a Dynamic C. Elegans Synapse

Delta Awakens: Use of Low Frequency Oscillations in Attentive Processing

Selectivity of local circuits in the neocortex

Has brain imaging discovered anything new?

Sounds in silence: How the ear initiates activity in the auditory system before hearing begins

Brain Mechanisms of Visual Motion Processing

Dissecting a Circuit for Olfactory Behavior

Merging Mind and Machines: Neural Interfaces to Restore Lost Function in Humans

Auditory Cortex: From Synapses to Behavior

Network Neuroscience - Connectivity and Dynamics of the Human Brain

Probabilistic Inference in Neural Circuits: From Humans to Insects

Dendritic Spines and Linear Networks

Using C. elegans to Deconstruct Touch and Pain Sensation

Putting Together the Human Brain: Lessons from Disease

Analog Signaling in the Brain