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Tiago LINS-RIBEIRO -Trial-by-trial variability in cortical responses exhibits scaling in spatial correlations predicted from critical dynamics (day #3 talk)

by Tiago Lins-Ribeiro (National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH/NIH), Bethesda, MD). Invited talk presented on October 8th 2020, at the Brain Criticality Virtual Conference 2020 (Plenz D., Chialvo D., de Arcangelis L. & Battaglia D. organizers). Contact the speaker for more information or leave comments in the forum below. https://videopress.com/v/iSKkVzz5?preloadContent=metadata

Joe LIZIER – Universalities in intrinsic information processing properties around criticality in many systems? (day #3 talk)

by Joseph Lizier (Faculty of Engineering, The University of Sydney, Australia). Invited talk presented on October 8th 2020, at the Brain Criticality Virtual Conference 2020 (Plenz D., Chialvo D., de Arcangelis L. & Battaglia D. organizers). Contact the speaker for more information or leave comments in the forum below. https://videopress.com/v/gPHqfwZL?preloadContent=metadata

Dante CHIALVO – A simple feedback method to control and tune a system or a network near the critical point of a (continuous or discontinuous) phase transition or its equivalent low-dimensional bifurcation (day #2 talk)

by Dante Chialvo (CEMSC3 - UNSAM, San Martín, Argentina). Organizer talk presented on October 7th 2020, at the Brain Criticality Virtual Conference 2020 (Plenz D., Chialvo D., de Arcangelis L. & Battaglia D. organizers). Contact the speaker for more information or leave comments in the forum below. https://videopress.com/v/07qVcQi7?preloadContent=metadata

Ginestra BIANCONI – Higher-order Topological Synchronization on Simplicial complexes (day #2 talk)

by Ginestra Bianconi (School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London). Invited talk presented on October 7th 2020, at the Brain Criticality Virtual Conference 2020 (Plenz D., Chialvo D., de Arcangelis L. & Battaglia D. organizers). Contact the speaker for more information or leave comments in the forum below. https://videopress.com/v/rY5nnksO?preloadContent=metadata

Woodrow SHEW – Relating scale-free cortical dynamics to scale-free behavioral dynamics (day #2 talk)

by Woodrow Shew (Department of Physics, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR). Invited talk presented on October 7th 2020, at the Brain Criticality Virtual Conference 2020 (Plenz D., Chialvo D., de Arcangelis L. & Battaglia D. organizers). Contact the speaker for more information or leave comments in the forum below. https://videopress.com/v/JMPxqlMU?preloadContent=metadata

Osame KINOUCHI – Homeostatic criticality in stochastic integrate-and-fire neuron (day #2 talk)

by Osame Kinouchi ( Physics Department, FFCLRP, University of São Paulo, Brazil). Invited talk presented on October 7th 2020, at the Brain Criticality Virtual Conference 2020 (Plenz D., Chialvo D., de Arcangelis L. & Battaglia D. organizers). Contact the speaker for more information or leave comments in the forum below. https://videopress.com/v/098efbCJ?preloadContent=metadata

Oren SHRIKI – Multiscale criticality measures as potential neuromarkers (day #2 talk)

by Claudius Gros (Computational Psychiatry lab, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel). Invited talk presented on October 7th 2020, at the Brain Criticality Virtual Conference 2020 (Plenz D., Chialvo D., de Arcangelis L. & Battaglia D. organizers). Contact the speaker for more information or leave comments in the forum below. https://videopress.com/v/KHjI2p8k?preloadContent=metadata

Lucilla DE ARCANGELIS – Spontaneous vs. stimulated brain activity: A statistical physics approach (day #2 talk)

by Lucilla de Arcangelis (Department of Engineering, University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli", Aversa, Italy). Organizer talk presented on October 7th 2020, at the Brain Criticality Virtual Conference 2020 (Plenz D., Chialvo D., de Arcangelis L. & Battaglia D. organizers). Contact the speaker for more information or leave comments in the forum below. https://videopress.com/v/WHOmOrfP?preloadContent=metadata

Claudius GROS – A family of basic models for critical neural dynamics: autonomously adapting sandpiles (day #2 talk)

by Claudius Gros (Institute for Theoretical Physics, Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main, Germany). Invited talk presented on October 7th 2020, at the Brain Criticality Virtual Conference 2020 (Plenz D., Chialvo D., de Arcangelis L. & Battaglia D. organizers). Contact the speaker for more information or leave comments in the forum below. https://videopress.com/v/6q96zuUn?preloadContent=metadata