Author: John von Neumann
Book Review: "The Computer and the Brain"
Presenter: Harold Morowitz
Time: 12 pm EST
Date: Feb. 8, 2016
Place: Krasnow Institute
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Research Assistant Professor, Center for Neural Informatics, Neural Structures, and Neural Plasticity of the Krasnow Institute at George Mason University.
Dr. Armañanzas research topics include machine learning, computational neuroscience, and neuroinformatics. In particular, applications within these topics are: knowledge discovery in digital neuronal reconstructions, automatic classification of neuronal types, complex neuromorphic networks, and unveiling key aspects of neuronal morphogenesis in the developing brain.
Research Assistant: Hippocampome.org
PhD Candidate: Theoretical, Computational & Physiological Neuroscience and Research Assistant, George Mason University
Research Faculty & Software Engineer, Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study, George Mason University.
Dr. Polavaram received her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from George Mason University, she has been working for over a decade in the field of Computational Neuroanatomy and Neuroinformatics providing services in software engineering, data management, analytics, visualization, and applied ontologies. Her current area of research investigates biologically meaningful morphological patterns derived from digitally reconstructed neuronal arbors representing the cellular diversity of the nervous system.
TITLE: "Neuronal Basis of Consciousness"
PRESENTER: Mike Pritz
TIME: 11:30 AM DATE: June 2, 2015
PLACE: Krasnow Institute, George Mason University
ORGANIZER: Harold Morowitz
Founding Director, Krasnow Institute for Advanced Studies
Professor, Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Yale University
Eminent Scholar, GMU Molecular Neuroscience Department and Robinson Fellow
Biophysicist Harold Morowitz became a Robinson Professor after a long career of teaching and research at Yale University as Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and serving for five years as Master of Pierson College. Dr. Morowitz was interested in philosophical foundations of neurobiology and the problem of consciousness.