Public lectures

The past June I presented at the Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience at the University College London.

The past June I presented at the Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience at the University College London.

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Invited

 2012/2013
  • Indiana University (IU)  Model-based neuroanatomy: validation and statistical inference in living connectomes. Bloomingthon, IN  Hosts: Olaf Sporns & William Hetrik.
  • New York University (NYU)   Model-based neuroanatomy: biologically plausible white-matter structures and connections in the living human brain. New York NY  Hosts: David Heeger & Marisa Carrasco.
  • City University of New York (CCNY)   Model-based neuroanatomy: biologically plausible white-matter structures and connections in the living human brain. New York CIty NY  Hosts: Tony Ro & Robert Melara.
  • University College London (UCL)   Model-based neuroanatomy: biologically plausible white-matter structures and connections in the living human brain. London UK  Host: Semi Zeki & Bahador Baharami.
  • Biostatistics Workshop, Stanford Statistics Model-based neuroanatomy: biologically plausible white-matter structures and connections in the living human brain.  Stanford, CA.   Host: Chiara Sabatti.
  • FriSem, Stanford Psychology  Model-based neuroanatomy: biologically plausible white-matter structures and connections in the living human brain.  Stanford, CA.   Host: Graduate Students Coordinators.
  • UT Neuroscience Model-based neuroanatomy and the cortical mechanisms of visual selection, attention and value-based decision-making. Austin, TX Host: Russel Poldrack.
  • Rutgers Neuroscience Model-based neuroanatomy and the cortical mechanisms of visual selection, attention and value-based decision-making. Newark, NJ Host: M. Gluck, B. Krekelberg, L. Zaborszky.
  • Max-Planck For Biological Cybernetics Model-based Neuroanatomy.  Tübingen, Germany Host: Nikos Logothetis.
  • Donders Center Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of early sensory responses in human visual cortex. Nijmegen, NL.  Host: Janneke Jeehe.
  • University of Amsterdam Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of early sensory responses in human visual cortex. Amsterdam, NL. Host: Tobias Donner.
  • University of Münich Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of early sensory responses in human visual cortex. Münich, Germany.  Host: Hermann J. Müller.
  • Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI) Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of early sensory responses in human visual cortex.  Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Host: Ayelet Landau and Pascal Fries.

Conferences

  • Pestilli, F., Yeatman, J., Rokem, A., Kay, K., and Wandell, B. Statistical hypothesis testing on white-matter connections and structures Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA  (2013)
  • Pestilli, F., Khan, N., and Ferrera, V.  (2011)  Absolute value prediction: Expected gains and losses increase stimulus response in human visual cortex.  Computational and Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), Snowbird, UT.
  • Pestilli, F., Montagna, B., Gardner, J. L., Heeger, D. J., and Carrasco, M. (2009)  Spatial attention reduces contrast adaptation, Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.

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