Cristina Savin

    Education and professional appointments

    Since Nov. 2013: IST fellow, Institute for Science and Technology, Klosterneuburg, Austria.

    2013: Visiting Researcher, Group for Neural Theory, ENS, Paris.

    2010-2013: Research Associate, CBL, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK.

    2006-2010: PhD student, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS) and Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

    2001-2006: Undergraduate studies in Computer Science, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

     

    Selected talks

    The uncertain spike: a new spike-based code for probabilistic computation, Cosyne 2014.

    Correlations strike back (again): the case of associative memory retrieval, NIPS 2013.

    Two is better than one: a dual system for memory recall, Cognitive Science Department, ENS, Paris, October 2013.

    Memory recall as probabilistic inference: representing uncertainty in the hippocampus, workshop on 'Probabilistic inference with sensory neurons', BCCN 2013.

    Hippocampal adaptations for efficient memory recall: from single synapses to behaviour, Janelia Farm, March 2013.

    Correlations strike back (again): the case of associative memory retrieval, Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, March 2013.

    Similarity between spontaneous and sensory-evoked activity does suggest learning in the cortex, NYU, March 2013.

    Decoding from correlated signals: the case of associative memory retrieval, Group for Neural Theory, ENS, Paris, November 2012.

    Similarity between spontaneous and sensory-evoked activity does suggest learning in the cortex, SfN, October 2012.

    Circuit- and systems- level contribution to efficient memory recall in the hippocampus, PhD Students Conference iCoNeT, 2012.

    Recalling palimpsest memories: from single synapses to behavior, Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, February 2012.

    Storing and recalling memories with metaplastic synapses, workshop 'Synaptic plasticity across multiple time scales', Cosyne 2011.

    Reward dependent learning in recurrent neural networks - emergence of short-term memory, Sloan Swartz meeting, Yale, June 2010.

    Developing a working memory with reward-modulated STDP, Cosyne 2009.

    A computational model of glia-mediated seizure induction, Neurotrain, Dubrovnik, 2008.

     

Last modified: 10 March 2014