BIRS Live Stream for: Optimal Neuroethology of Movement and Motor Control

Next talk: Francisco Valero-Cuevas of University of Southern California, The nervous system controls afferented muscles, which makes it a simultaneously over- and over-determined problem
scheduled for today between 08:40 and 09:20 MDT [2019-05-21T08:40:00.00-06:00]

Upcoming Talks

Below are the next few upcoming talks, not necessarily those that will be broadcast. We encourage participants to record and broadcast their talks, but it is up to them to press the button.

Today between 08:40 and 09:20 MDT [2019-05-21T08:40:00.00-06:00]
Francisco Valero-Cuevas of University of Southern California, The nervous system controls afferented muscles, which makes it a simultaneously over- and over-determined problem
Today between 09:20 and 10:00 MDT [2019-05-21T09:20:00.00-06:00]
Jan Drugowitsch of Harvard University, Simple mechanisms for not-so-simple decisions
Today between 10:30 and 11:10 MDT [2019-05-21T10:30:00.00-06:00]
Andy Ruina of Cornell University, Is there a natural language for motor control
Today between 11:10 and 11:50 MDT [2019-05-21T11:10:00.00-06:00]
Jean-Sébastien Blouin of University of British Columbia, Mechanistic model of electrical vestibular stimuli to probe the adaptability of human bipedalism
Today between 14:20 and 15:00 MDT [2019-05-21T14:20:00.00-06:00]
Eva Kanso of University of Southern California, Sea star locomotion: from tube feet biomechanics to neuronal control

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