THURSDAY, JUNE 20TH
|Registration and check-in
"All-optical interrogation of neural circuit function and behavior"
"Bidirectional all-optical control of cell excitability with high spatial resolution"
"Shooting cells for fun or profit"
"Real-time imaging of whole-brain activity"
"Towards optical control of synapse development"
"What is the best approach to optical sectioning in multifocus microscopy?"
"Large-scale volumetric recording of neuronal circuit dynamics"
"Imaging deeper, wider, and faster"
"Optimization of 3D holographic optogenetics"
|Poster Session and Reception
FRIDAY, JUNE 21ST
"Controlling visually-guided behavior by holographic recalling of cortical ensembles"
"Three-dimensional multiphoton imaging in freely moving animals: Bringing the microscope to the mouse"
"Sculpting light in 3D with a spatial light modulator: Are you sure you actually get what you expect?"
"Controlling and knowing the spatiotemporal profile fluorescence in fiber photometry"
"Precise, faithful optical probing of perceptual detection with sculpted light"
"Using single-neuron perturbations to probe computations in local neural populations"
"Hub cells in the developing barrel cortex in vivo"
"Light sculpting and circuits optogenetics"
|Keynote: Karl Deisseroth
"Neural circuit dynamics of brain states"
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Sculpted Light in the Brain is a recurring conference (founded in 2017) aimed at fostering collaborations between neuroscientists, computer scientists, optics researchers, and other scientists who share the common interest of using and developing novel technologies to observe and control neural activity in the awake, behaving brain. “Sculpted Light” refers to a broad class of methods where light is shaped to probe neural function.
This meeting aims to promote future collaboration opportunities by gathering established scientists and the next generation of researchers from these fields to discuss future technologies that will enable real time optical communication with the living brain.
Harvard Medical School
New York University
UC Santa Cruz
University College London
University of Colorado, Denver
Institut de la Vision
Medical University of Innsbruck
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Ian Antón Oldenburg
University of California, Berkeley
Université Paris Descartes
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
A two-day conference at The Royal Society in London on June 20-21, 2019. Please read our code of conduct.
This event is not organized or endorsed by the Royal Society.