Research Initiatives/ Informational Programs

Overview
In order to achieve our goals, the Swartz Foundation supports a number of research and informational initiatives that  range from collaborative research to individual grants and fellowships. Our informational programs include conferences, workshops, seminars and a public lecture series.


Current Strategic Project
The Swartz Foundation views as the core of its mission to actively encourage and support such theory-centric research that shows promise in making great strides toward achieving this All-Brain “grand challenge” that provides global and multi-level formalism describing how the brain functions.


Centers

Sloan-Swartz Centers for Theoretical Neurobiology

· Brandeis University

· California Institute of Technology
    
· Published Papers

· New York University

     · Published Papers

· Salk Institute

     · Published Papers

· University of California at San Francisco

     · Published Papers

Center for Theoretical Neuroscience at Columbia

Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

  · Published Papers

Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience at UCSD

  · Published Papers

  · Selected Papers and Presentations from Center Director Scott Makeig, Ph.D.

Swartz Initiative in Theoretical Neuroscience at Princeton University

  · Published Papers

Swartz Initiative in Theoretical Neurobiology at Yale

Swartz Program in Theoretical Neurobiology at Harvard

 

Informational Programs

Banbury Center Workshop Series

Stony Brook Mind/Brain Lecture Series

Brain Dynamics Workshop

Brains, Rewards and Game Theory

Other Events

 

 

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2013 Stony Brook Mind/Brain Lecture - Michael Wigler, PhD
 
 
2012 Stony Brook Mind/Brain Lecture - John Donoghue
 
 
Sloan-Swartz Centers Annual Meeting 2011
 
 
2011 Stony Brook Mind/Brain Lecture - Allison J. Doupe
 
 
2011 Banbury Workshop
 
 
Sloan-Swartz Centers Annual Meeting 2010
 
 
2010 Stony Brook Mind/Brain Lecture
 
 
Sloan-Swartz Centers Annual Meeting 2009
 
 
Conference on Neural Dynamics
 
 
2009 Stony Brook Mind/Brain Lecture
 
 
Canonical Neural Computation, April 2009
 
 
2009 Banbury Workshop
 
 
Sloan-Swartz Centers Annual Meeting 2008
 
 
Theoretical and Experimental Approaches to Auditory and Visual Attention - Banbury 2008
 
 
Stony Brook Mind/Brain 2008: Patricia Smith Churchland, B. Phil. D
 
 
Sloan-Swartz Centers Annual Meeting 2007
 
 
New Frontiers In Studies Of Nonconscious Processing - Banbury 2007
 
 
Stony Brook Mind/Brain 2007: Professor Michael Shadlen, MD, PhD
 
 
Multi-level Brain Modeling Workshop 2006
 
 
Sloan Swartz Centers Annual Meeting 2006
 
 
Banbury 2006: Computational Approaches to Cortical Functions
 
 
Stony Brook Mind/Brain 2006: Helen Fisher -- Lecture Videos
 
 
Sloan-Swartz Centers for Theoretical Neurobiology
 
 
Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
 
 
Banbury Center Workshop Series
 
 
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