Optimization, model fitting, and model comparison

I have been giving seminars, tutorials, and workshops on optimization (including BADS), model fitting, and model comparison at different labs and summer schools, for a duration that ranges from 20 minutes to 3 hours.

As a representative example, these are the slides I used at the CoSMo summer school in 2017 (pdf). This is a demo of several optimizers at work (link).

If you would like to invite me to give a seminar or tutorial about these topics, in person or in telepresence, please get in touch at luigi.acerbi@nyu.edu.

Places where I have been talking at so far:

  1. Joint Ma-Niv-Pillow lab meeting (Princeton, Sep 2015).
  2. IISDM decision making joint lab meeting (New York, May 2016).
  3. Alex Pouget’s lab (Geneva, Sep 2016).
  4. Konrad Kording’s lab (Chicago, Jun 2017).
  5. Andreas Tolias’s lab (Houston – in telepresence, Jul 2017).
  6. CoSMo summer school 2017 (Minneapolis, Aug 2017).
  7. NYU Training Program in Computational Neuroscience (New York, Sep 2017).