Redwood Center members Andrew Ligeralde, Raymond Wang, Connor Bybee, and Alexander Belsten presented posters at the 2022 Computational and Systems Neuroscience Conference (COSYNE) in Lisbon, Portugal.
Andrew presented work demonstrating sparse coding predicts the developmental phenomenon that higher frequency representations take longer to learn for V1 neurons (poster). Raymond presented how multiple attractor bumps can enhance robustness to noise in continuous attractor networks (poster). Connor and Alex explored the functional role of oscillations in phasor associative memories and mapped them to cross-frequency coupling in the brain (poster).
Congrats and great work!