The Sprekeler Lab is located at the Technical University Berlin, in the midst of the exciting scientific landscape of Berlin. We are part of the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience and the Cluster of Excellence "Science of Intelligence". Our scientific goal is to use mathematical and computational tools to understand how the brain processes information and thereby generates intelligent behavior, and to adopt the underlying principles to build artificial intelligent systems.
Latest NewsLaura's and Joram's paper on invariant neural subspaces is now out in eLife!
April 20, 2022'On Lottery Tickets and Minimal Task Representations in Deep Reinforcement Learning' Spotlight Accept at ICLR 2022!
February 10, 2022
|2022||2022-09-20 16:00:00 +0000||Kishore Kuchibhotla||John Hopkins University||/talks/2022-09-20-kishore-kuchibhotla||Slow or sudden: neural and behavioral evidence for parallel learning processes||Kishore Kuchibhotla (John Hopkins)|
|2022||2022-10-05 16:00:00 +0000||Jean-Pascal Pfister||Universität Bern||/talks/2022-10-05-jean-pascal-pfister||Bayesian synapses||Jean-Pascal Pfister (Bern)|
|2022||2022-10-12 16:00:00 +0000||Anne Churchland||University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)||/talks/2022-10-12-anne-churchland||tba||Anne Churchland (UCLA)|
|2022||2022-10-13 15:00:00 +0000||Wulfram Gerstner||EPFL, Switzerland||/talks/2022-10-13-wulfram-gerstner||Continual learning with spiking surprise||Wulfram Gerstner (EPFL)|
|2022||2022-10-26 16:00:00 +0000||Miriam Klein-Flügge||University of Oxford||/talks/2022-10-26-miriam-klein-fl%C3%BCgge||Amygdala and PFC encode different associative structures and their connectivity helps predict subclinical variation in mental well-being||Miriam Klein-Flügge (Oxford)|
|2022||2022-11-09 16:00:00 +0000||Magnus Richardson||University of Warwick, UK||/talks/2022-11-09-magnus-richardson||tba||Magnus Richardson (Warwick)|