Dugué Lab Seminar Series
In this series of talks, scientists from around the world share their ideas on how information is processed and communicated throughout the brain. Topics range from stimulus processing in non-human primates, to human cognitive psychology covering methodological considerations in studying brain processing in space and time.
At the end of each seminar, speakers share their personal “growing up in science” story, giving students and young researchers valuable insight into a wide cross-section of professional paths and their impact on the researcher's life.
Please contact Kirsten Petras (firstname.lastname@example.org) for videoconference access details at least a day in advance to make sure you get a response in time. Everyone is welcome!
The Traveling Brain Workshop
Workshop on traveling activity in the primate brain
With seminar presentations by the groups of:
Frédéric Chavane - Université Aix-Marseille, INT
Laura Dugué - Université Paris Cité, INCC
Daniel Margulies - Université Paris Cité, INCC
Michael Schmid - Freiburg University, Department of Medicine
All presentations are open to the public
Paris - Toulouse workshop
March 10th, 2022
Brain Oscillations and Traveling Waves
From Université Paris Cité: Laurie Galas, Laetitia Grabot, Camille Fakche
From Université de Toulouse: Benedict Zoefel, Andrea Alamia
Paris - NYC workshop
January 26th-27th, 2022
Oscillatory Traveling Waves: New Avenues
From Université Paris Cité: Camille Fakche, Laurie Galas, Laetitia Grabot
From New York University: Jonathan Winawer, David J. Heeger
From Columbia University: Joshua Jacobs, Uma Mohan