Modeling neuronal synchrony

The Graphs and Networks seminar will meet Mondays at 9:30 am via Microsoft Teams.
Greg Constantine will start by giving 3 talks on classification attempts of graphs of maximal complexity. The triangle-free strongly regular graphs -- all subgraphs of the Higman-Sims graph -- are proved to be instances of such graphs of maximal complexity. A series of conjectures and some stubborn research issues will be brought to attention.

Jon Rubin will then give several talks on networks. Sevak Mkrtchyan will also present a series of talks.
If interested in attending, please email me before Monday and I shall send you a link.

Monday, February 27, 2023 - 09:00
Speaker Information
Jonathan Rubin

Abstract or Additional Information

Prof Rubin specifies details on a two-threshold firing neuronal model that we aim to construct and relate to neuronal synchrony. A discussion of networks that support the concept, involving networks of small diameter and the center of a network will come to attention.