Please find below the contributions to this year’s poster session.
We hope to call your interest to OCCAM 2015 (6-8 May 2015) and are looking forward to welcoming you (again) in Osnabrück then.


Castellano, Marta: Static vs dynamic contour integration: When timing matters
Dasgupta, Sakyasingha: Reservoir of neurons with adaptive time constants: A hybrid model for robust motor-sensory temporal processing
Demic, Selver: Modeling the etiology of depression
de-Wit, Lee: Predicting the inaccessibility of parts integrated into wholes based on Rao and Ballard’s model of end-stopping
Echeveste, Rodrigo: Two-trace model for spike-timing dependent plasticity
Fauth, Michael: The formation of multi-synaptic connections by the interaction of synaptic and structural plasticity and their functional consequences
Fischer, Petra: Deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease patients modulates visual attention and explorative behaviour during free-viewing
Franke, Felix: The interplay of noise correlations and tuning properties: High-resolution coding in retinal direction-selective ganglion cells
Jordan, Jakob: Neural networks as sources of uncorrelated noise for functional neural systems
Keyser, Johannes: Deep brain stimulation modulates visual attention during visual search in patients with Parkinson’s disease
Kluth, Tobias: Numerical cognition in vision based on a toplogical invariant
Nachstedt, Timo: Predicting the size of self-organized cell assemblies
Planera, Serena: A Bayesian approach to multimodal integration between augmented and innate sensory modalities
Pyka, Martin: Parametric anatomical modeling: A method for modeling the anatomical layout of neurons and their projections
Samengo, Ines: Photoreceptor absorption curves account for human chromatic discrimination ability
Sandor, Bulcsu: Dynamics of neural networks with transient synaptic plasticity rules
Schmidt, Robert: The neurophysiology of action cancellation in basal ganglia pathways: Sensorimotor integration, cue utilization, and beta oscillations
Tetzlaff, Christian: The association between cell assemblies and transient dynamics