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Perception, motor control, and learning: Theory and experiment in bird song

When Feb 15, 2013
from 09:15 AM to 06:00 PM
Where CUNY Grad Center, Science Center (Room 4102)
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9:15 AM coffee and bagels/welcome
10:00 AM  Neuromechanics of birdsong production: A new sensorimotor model
Daniel Margoliash, The University of Chicago
Gabriel Mindlin, Universidad de Buenos Aires
12:00 PM  lunch
1:30 PM Chained melody: Sequence generation in the songbird forebrain and the
emergence of higher-order syntactical structure
Dezhe Jin, Pennsylvania State University
Michael Long, New York University
3:30 PM coffee
4:00 PM How birds learn their song
Lucas Parra, City College of New York and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Ofer Tchernichovski, Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY

9:15 AM coffee and bagels/welcome10:00 AM  Neuromechanics of birdsong production: A new sensorimotor modelDaniel Margoliash, The University of ChicagoGabriel Mindlin, Universidad de Buenos Aires12:00 PM  lunch1:30 PM Chained melody: Sequence generation in the songbird forebrain and the emergence of higher-order syntactical structureDezhe Jin, Pennsylvania State UniversityMichael Long, New York University3:30 PM coffee 4:00 PM How birds learn their songLucas Parra, City College of New York and The Graduate Center, CUNYOfer Tchernichovski, Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY

 

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