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27 / 02 / 14 paper on optimal memory recall from bounded synapses published in PLoS Comput Biol
21 / 02 / 14 Jean-Pascal Pfister (first alumnus of the lab) receives SNF Professorship at INI (U Zurich / ETH), Zurich
23 / 12 / 13 paper on optimal memory recall from bounded synapses accepted at PLoS Comput Biol
05 / 09 / 13 paper on synaptic weight correlations accepted at NIPS for an oral presentation (top 1.5%)
02 / 09 / 13 paper on cognitive tomography and priors for faces is published in Current Biology
27 / 03 / 13 paper on assessing the importance of correlations with maximum entropy models is published on arXiv
04 / 02 / 13 Faculty position in Computational Neuroscience (closing date: 4 March 2013)
03 / 09 / 12 record (?): paper with possibly the highest weighted average score (8) to be rejected in the history of NIPS
30 / 05 / 12 Máté Lengyel is promoted to Readership (= USA associate professor) from October, 2012
23 / 05 / 12 Gergő Orbán wins prestigious "Momentum" Young Investigator Award to start his own lab in Budapest
18 / 01 / 12 three posters will be presented at COSYNE by Gergő Orbán, Cristina Savin and DJ Strouse
14 / 12 / 11 applications for a postdoctoral fellowship are now invited, deadline: 30 December 2011
31 / 09 / 11 applications for a fully-funded PhD Studentship are now invited, deadline: 21 October 2011
31 / 08 / 11 two papers accepted at NIPS by Balázs Ujfalussy (spotlight) and Cristina Savin (poster)
02 / 06 / 11 Máté Lengyel receives 7-year Wellcome Trust New Investigator Award
17 / 01 / 11 Gergő Orbán to talk at Cosyne about neural variability and sampling in the visual cortex
07 / 01 / 11 paper on statistically optimal internal models and spontaneous activity is published in Science
19 / 08 / 10 paper on a normative model of short-term synaptic plasticity is accepted at Nature Neuroscience
13 / 04 / 10 paper on 'Mind reading by machine leaning' is accepted at CogSci
01 / 04 / 10 paper on dendritic oscillations and grid cells is accepted at Neuron, and features on the cover
13 / 01 / 10 review on neural representations for probabilistic inference and learning appears in TICS
04 / 09 / 09 Jean-Pascal Pfister to talk at NIPS about his paper on a normative theory of short-term synaptic plasticity
03 / 09 / 09 paper on dendritic oscillations with Michiel Remme and Boris Gutkin is published in PLoS Computational Biology
17 / 11 / 09 applications for a post-doc position are now invited
23 / 09 / 09 we are soliciting abstracts for poster presentations at our NIPS 2009 workshop on 'Normative electrophysiology'
14 / 08 / 09 proposal for NIPS workshop on 'Normative electrophysiology' organized by Jean-Pascal Pfister and Máté Lengyel gets accepted
10 / 04 / 09 Ferenc Huszár wins a 1st prize, and a special prize for the most valuable scientific achievement at the Hungarian national competition for undergraduate research with his project on inferring mental representations in humans
26 / 01/ 09 Pietro Berkes (from József Fiser's lab) to talk at Cosyne about statistically optimal inference and learning in the visual cortex

 
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