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Wednesday, May 17th
9:00 AM

Computational Modeling of Contrast Sensitivity and Orientation Tuning in Schizophrenia


Steven M. Silverstein, Rutgers University - New Brunswick/Piscataway
Docia L. Demmin, Rutgers University - New Brunswick/Piscataway
James A. Bednar, The University of Edinburgh

Rutgers University

9:00 AM - 9:22 AM

9:22 AM

Gabor limits and hyper-selectivity in the tuning of V1 neurons


David J. Field, Cornell University
Kedarnath P. Vilankar, Cornell University

TradeWinds St. Petersburg, Florida (May 2017)

9:22 AM - 9:44 AM

9:44 AM

Evaluating and Interpreting a Convolutional Neural Net as a Model of V4


Dean A. Pospisil, University of Washington
Anitha Pasupathy, University of Washington
Wyeth Bair, University of Washington

University of Washington, Seattle

9:44 AM - 10:06 AM

10:32 AM

Spatial-Temporal Visible Contrast Energy Predictions of Detection Thresholds


Albert Ahumada, NASA Ames Research Center
Andrew B. Watson, NASA Ames Research Center
Jihyun Yeonan-Kim

10:32 AM - 10:54 AM

10:54 AM

Unifying Binocular, Spatial, and Spatio-temporal Frequency Integration in Models of MT Neurons


Pamela M. Baker, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Wyeth Bair, University of Washington - Seattle Campus

University of Washington

10:54 AM - 11:16 AM

11:16 AM

Modeling the neural circuitry underlying the behavioral and EEG correlates of attentional capture


Chloe Callahan-Flintoft, The Pennsylvania State University
Brad Wyble, The Pennsylvania State University

11:16 AM - 11:38 AM

11:38 AM

Comparing diverse V1 models on the same platform: Virtual V1sion


Cheryl Olman, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

11:38 AM - 12:00 PM