20 September 2018, UZH central, RAA-G01, Ramistrasse 59.
One-day symposium on the understanding of the computational role of retina in vision.
The retina pre-processes the visual signal before it reaches the brain, so that just the meaningful information is transferred.
How it is able to perform this task is not yet completely understood and lots of researches focus their study in decoding its complexity.
The symposium will host international speakers and partners of the switchBoard network.
You can find more information on the website: https://sites.google.com/view/switchboard-2018/program/public-symposium.
Please register on the website!
Organizers: Prof. Tobi Delbruck and PhD Student Gemma Taverni