Redwood Center Inaugural Symposium DVD

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UC Berkeley, October 7, 2005

All talks given at the Redwood Center Inaugural Symposium are are available on a DVD. You can download an ISO image of the DVD at or watch the talks individually using the following links. You can also order the DVD by following the instructions at the bottom of this page.

  1. Bruno Olshausen, Redwood Center, UC Berkeley: Welcome and introduction
  2. Horace Barlow, Cambridge University: The Roles of Theory, Commonsense, and Guesswork in Neuroscience
  3. Dan Kersten, University of Minnesota: Human Object Perception: Theory, Psychophysics & Imaging
  4. Sue Becker, McMaster University: The role of the hippocampus in memory, contextual gating, stress and depression
  5. Florentin Worgotter, University of Goettingen: Learning in Neurons and Robots
  6. Panel Discussion: The Role and Future Prospects for Math/Computational Theories in Neuroscience
  7. David Heeger, New York University: What fMRI Can Tell Us about How Visual Cortex Works
  8. Kevan Martin, ETH/UNI Zurich: Canonical Circuits for Neocortex
  9. Terry Sejnowski, Salk Institute: Dendritic Darwinism
  10. Jeff Hawkins, Numenta: Prospects and Problems of Cortical Theory


To order the DVD, please send $5 to:

DVD - Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience
Attn: Guadalupe P. Brandon
University of California
132 Barker Hall #3190
Berkeley, CA 94720-3190

We prefer to receive a 5$ bill or a $5 check made out to UC Regents. You can also send a 5 Euro bill. Cash payments will be confirmed with a receipt.