Research Initiatives/ Informational Programs

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.


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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