1. Gerrit Ansmann. Randomness and pattern switchings on complex networks of excitable units. University of Bonn (DE).
  2. Andrea Barreiro. How single-neuron dynamics modulate correlated activity in neural circuits. Southern Methodist University (US).
  3. Wilhelm Braun. Integrate-and-fire neurons with stochastic thresholds. University of Nottingham (UK).
  4. Heather Brooks. Quasicycles in the stochastic hybrid Morris-Lecar neural model. University of Utah (US).
  5. Nicolas Brunel. Effects of neuronal morphology on firing rate dynamics. University of Chicago (US).
  6. Jack Cowan. Stochastic Wilson-Cowan equations for networks of excitatory and inhibitory neurons. University of Chicago (US).
  7. Felix Droste. An analytical approach to information transmission in the face of up and down states. Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Berlin (DE).
  8. Farzad Farkhooi. Renewal approach to the stability analysis of noisy spiking recurrent networks. Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Berlin (DE).
  9. David Angula Garcia. Stochastic mean-field formulation of the dynamics of diluted neural networks. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IT).
  10. Ryota Kobayashi. Estimation of excitatory and inhibitory input rate from a single voltage trace. National Institute of Informatics (JP).
  11. Enrica Pirozzi. Stochastic modeling of neuronal firing activity by generalized Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes. University of Naples Federico II (IT).
  12. Stefan Rotter. Inhibition-dominated random networks for stimulus processing in rodent visual cortex. Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg and Bernstein Center Freiburg.
  13. Laura Sacerdote. A Leaky Integrate-and-Fire neuronal model with Gamma distributed interspike intervals. University of Torino (IT).
  14. Justus Schwabedal*. Inference of Phase Diffusion. Max-Planck-Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (DE).
  15. Peter Thomas**. Asymptotic Phase for Stochastic Oscillators. Case Western Reserve University (US).
  16. Jonathan Toubol. On the dynamics of large spiking neuronal networks. Collège de France (FR).
  17. John White. Biophysical mechanisms of noise resistance in neurons. University of Utah (US).
** Lead organizer: pjthomas(insert the "at" symbol!)case.edu * Co-organizer: jschwabedal(insert "at" again!)gmail.com