Ho Ka Chan gave a featured oral presentation in the CNS 2017

Ho Ka gave a featured oral presentation in the main meeting of CNS 2017, a major conference in the field of computational neuroscience. In his talk titled ‘Mixture processing in a biophysical model of honey bees’, he talked about our recent progress in building a ‘statistical biophysical model’ and using the model to studying mixture processing in honey bees, or insects in general. The presentation received positive feedback from experts working on modelling and sensory processing.

Here’s the slides: Mixture processing in a biophysical model of the early olfactory system of honeybees

Ho Ka Chan gave a talk in the DDAP9 conference in Hong Kong

Ho Ka Chan gave a talk on “Discriminating between correlated and uncorrelated signals with a small neural circuit” at the 9th Dynamics Days Asia Pacific in Hong Kong. The 4-day conference covered multi-disciplinary topics related to dynamical systems, including thermodynamics, network science, system biology and neuroscience. The Odor Objects presentation was given in the track “Neural Dynamics and Modeling I” and aroused much interest in the audience.

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Bio: Mr. Ho Ka Chan

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Ho Ka Chan is a PhD student in the University of Sussex. He obtained his undergraduate degree in physics in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He then obtained his M. Phil degree in Hong Kong Baptist University. Supervised by Prof. Changsong Zhou, he studied how transfer of spike correlation of neurons is affected by synaptic properties.