This week’s presenter is Mr. Timothee Dubuc, 2nd year PhD student from BEL, presents ‘Retinal modelling: part of an artificial eye representation.’
‘Intricate as is it, the human eye displays both dynamic and spatial dispositions evolved to extract relevant images features. From a neuroscience point of view, its retina is but a neural network and has been long studied out of its context. We here present and discuss the first steps of the creation of an artificial retina aimed to explore the spatio-temporal computations underlying early vision processes. We emphasize the inscription of this model into a spatial and optic context enabling its stimulation by natural image.’
The meeting is at 2 pm, in Sullivan Room, SSE, Wednesday 25th.