Yamazaki gave an invited talk at the summer school held by Brain Research Institute, Niigata Univ.
Yamazaki gave an oral presentation.
Two papers written by Katakura and Tsuyuki respectively are accepted for presentation at
International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP) 2016!
Ohki Katakura, Tadashi Yamazaki. Computational Model of the Cerebellum and the Basal Ganglia for Interval Timing Learning.
Tsukasa Tsuyuki, Yuki Yamamoto, Tadashi Yamazaki. Efficient Numerical Simulation of Neuron Models with Spatial Structure on Graphics Processing Units.
Yamazaki will give an invited talk at 2016 RIKEN Symposium on June 8.
In Advances in Neuroinformatics 2016, which will be held at RIKEN on May 28-29, Yamazaki will give an invited talk, and Tsuyuki a poster presentation.
At the workshop held on 1/14, Yamazaki gave a talk on the implementation of our artificial cerebellum on Suiren.
This year, Katakura, Ichimura, and Yamazaki presented individual posters, respectively. This was the first international conference for Katakura and Ichimura, and they did good jobs.
At the conference, Yamazaki was in charge of organizing committee, organized a symposium, and had a poster presentation. Gosui, Katakura, and Ichimura had a poster presentation. The total number of participants was 258, which is the largest in the past 10 years.
At Neuroinformatics2015, an international conference held in Cairns, Australia, Yamazaki gave an invited talk at Workshop 3 “Neuromorphic computing”, and Gosui had a poster presentation. It was a great conference.