A 3 Day Seminar:
2nd to 4th December
BEE Branch - IMS Laboratory
The Bee Branch organized a technical seminar on July 12th 2019 by Prof. Yutaka Hirata of Chubu University College of Engineering about "Adaptative oculomotor control in fish and humans".
Why do we and other animals move the eyes? This lecture starts from this fundamental question, and introduces a series of our studies on adaptive oculomotor control in fish and humans. Those include 1) predictive eye movement and a role of the cerebellum in its acquisition and maintenance, 2) realistic artificial cerebellum used for adaptive robot control, 3) the vestibulo-ocular reflex and vergence eye movement as predictors of sleepiness, 4) oculomotor integrator adaptation promoted under hyper-gravity, 5) oculo-feedback of microsaccades to enhance your attentional state.
April 4th - 5th
BEE Branch Solid State Circuits - IMS Laboratory
The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Bordeaux University Student Chapter organized a technical seminar on 28 March 2019 by SSCS Distinguish Lecturer (DL) Prof. Kaushik Sengupta of Princeton University about “Multi-port mm-Wave Transceivers and Antenna Interfaces: Towards Programmable mm-Wave Front-ends”.