Japanese Neural Network Society Workshop

Data-driven approach for understanding cerebellar mechanisms on eye movement control

(Ja)

Date

10:00-17:00, August 1, 2015 (followed by Reception)

Venue

Multimedia Hall, Building East-3, The University of Electro-Communications (Chofu, Tokyo) (Access)

Fee

【Lectures】No charge, No registration

【Reception】CAFE BunS (Chofu), 1,500 yen, Registration is necessary.

Program

10:00-10:05
Opening remarks
10:05-10:35
Kenichiro Miura (Kyoto Univ)
Visual control of eye movements in mice: the optokinetic response
10:35-11:05
Shuntaro Miki (Chubu Univ)
Cerebellar dependent predictive optokinetic response associated with oculomotor velocity storage mechanism in goldfish, carp, zebrafish, medaka, and human
11:05-11:20
Coffee break & Open discussion
11:20-11:50
Naoko Inaba (Kyoto Univ)
The role of the cortical areas MT and MST in coding of visual motion during pursuit eye movements
11:50-12:20
Pablo M Blazquez (Washington Univ St. Louis)
Thinking inside the box. Signal processing by cerebellar cortex interneurons in the macaque ventralparaflocculus
12:20-13:30
Lunch (and a meeting for speakers with organizers)
13:30-14:00
Tatyana Yakusheva (Washington Univ St. Louis)
Role of GABAergic inhibition in the vestibular signal transformation carried out by the cerebellar nodulus and uvula
14:00-14:30
Aya Takemura (AIST)
Neural activity in monkey's cortical area MST Represents Retinal Error during Motor Learning
14:30-14:45
Coffee break & Open discussion
14:45-15:15
Yoshiko Kojima (Univ Washington)
Substantia nigra pars reticulata influences the error signals for the saccade adaptation
15:15-15:45
Shinji Matsuda (UEC Tokyo)
Understanding and controlling synaptic plasticity
15:45-16:00
Coffee break & Open discussion
16:00-16:30
Seiji Ono (Tsukuba Univ)
Role of visual velocity and position error signals in smooth pursuit adaptation
16:30-17:00
Yutaka Hirata (Chubu Univ)
Promoted motor learning of oculomotor velocity to position neural integrator under hyper-gravity and brighter visual stimulation
17:00-
Closing remarks

Chairs / Organizers

Akira Katoh (Tokai Univ)

Tadashi Yamazaki (UEC Tokyo)

Contact

Tadashi Yamazaki (jnnsjigen -at- numericalbrain -dot- org)