Presentations

Conference Oral Presentations

Nagel, K.I. “Algorithms and circuits for olfactory navigation”  Yale University, Dec. 14, 2018 (INVITED TALK)

Nagel, K.I. “Algorithms and circuits for olfactory navigation”  University of Utah, Feb 20, 2018 (INVITED TALK)

Nagel, K.I. “Algorithms and circuits for olfactory navigation”  University of Chicago, March 15, 2018 (INVITED TALK)

Nagel, K.I. “Algorithms and circuits for olfactory navigation”  Rockefeller University, April 12, 2018 (INVITED TALK)

Crimaldi, J.P. “Hydrodynamics of inhalant flow at intermediate Reynolds numbers: implications for feeding, sensing, and respiration” Bulletin of the American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Mechanics, Denver, CO, November 19-21, 2017 (INVITED TALK)

Crimaldi, J.P., “Olfactory Navigation: Structure of Odor Plumes in the Natural Environment,” Insect Navigation Meeting, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Workshop Series, Janelia Research Laboratory, Ashburn, VA, Dec. 7, 2016 (INVITED TALK)

Jacobs, L. F. (2015). Smells like home: the evolutionary psychology of olfaction and space. Presented at the American Institute of Architects, Next Conference, San Francisco, November 13.

Jacobs, L. F. (2015). The evolution and ecology of olfactory navigation. Presented at ThinkSpatial, Center for Spatial Studies, UC Santa Barbara, CA, December.

Jacobs, L. F. (2015). The evolution and ecology of olfactory navigation. Presented at the John B. Pierce Laboratory, Yale University, New Haven, CT, October.

Jacobs, L. F. (2015). The evolution of autonomy: the case of olfactory navigation. Presented at the Foundations of Intelligent Sensing, Action and Learning Workshop, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, October.

Jacobs, L.F. (2016) The Nature of Place: Olfaction and Space. Arts+Design@Berkeley lecture series, Berkeley Art Museum, UC Berkeley, March 30.  

Jacobs, L.F. (2016) Keynote address: Disruptive innovation in nature: how inventing a nose led to innovation in cognition. Robotics Systems and Science 2016, Ann Arbor, MI. June 20.

Jacobs, L. F. (2016) The PROUST hypothesis: how two vertebrate olfactory systems map the meaning of odors across space and time. Dart NeuroScience Seminar Series, The Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center. UC San Diego. Oct. 26.

Jacobs, L.F. (2016) Plenary address: From chemotaxis to the spatial maps of squirrels: the relationship between olfaction, space and memory. The Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour, UK. Zoological Society, London. Dec 1-2.

Jacobs, L.F. (2016) The evolution of memory. Presentation in symposium, organized by Manahan-Vaughan, D., Kesner, R. P., & Jacobs, L. F. (2016) Learning to learn: how the brain creates memory. The German Center for Research and Innovation. New York, NY. Dec. 5.

Jacobs, L. F. (2016). The evolution of navigation. “Insect Navigation”, organized by L. F. Abbott, M. A. R. Koehl, & D. Eisenbud, co-sponsored by MSRI and HHMI, Janelia Farm, Dec 6-9.

Jacobs, L.F. (2017). Keynote, “Follow your nose: understanding olfactory navigation”. California Rescue Dog Association, Annual Meeting, Dublin, CA, January 14.

Jacobs, L. F. (2017). Invited seminar, “Of space and smell: the strange evolution of the human nose”. Human Evolution Research Center, University of California, Berkeley. February 24.

Jacobs, L. F. (2017). Keynote, “Of space and smell: the strange evolution of the human nose”. Human Robotic Interaction 2017. Vienna, Austria. March 6-9.

Jacobs, L.F. (2017) Colloquium, “The PROUST hypothesis: the evolution of olfactory systems to map the meaning of odors across space and time”, Harvard University, Center for Brain Science. April 11.

Jacobs, L.F. (2017) Invited talk, “Of space and smell: the strange evolution of the human nose.” Harvard University, Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, July 21.

Jacobs, L.F. (2017) “How phylogenetic constraints shape the evolution of vertebrate olfactory systems”, Invited speaker in workshop, “The Evo-devo of Living Machines,” organized by Tony Prescott and Leah Krubitzer, Living Machines 2017, Stanford University, July 26.

Jacobs, L.F. (2017). “Why the mind evolved: the evolution of navigation in real landscapes”. In: NIPS Symposium, “Kinds of Intelligence: Type, Tests and Meeting the Needs of Society”, organized by Adrian Weller, José Hernández-Oralio, Matthew Crosby, Tomaso Poggio and Zoubin Ghahramani. NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) 2017, Long Beach, CA. December 7. http://kindsofintelligence.org/

True, A.C. and J.P. Crimaldi, “Multi-time lag type PIV analysis of low Reynolds number inhalant flows” Bulletin of the American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Mechanics, Denver, CO, November 19-21, 2017

True A.C. and J.P. CRIMALDI, “Fluid Mechanics of Inhalant Siphon Flows.” AGU/ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, 2016

True A.C. and J.P. Crimaldi, “Laser-based investigations in biophysical problems,” Microscale Ocean Biophysics Meeting, Eilat, Israel, 2016.

True A.C., Winters M.A., and J.P. CRIMALDI, “Hydrodynamics of Low Re Inhalant-Exhalant Flows.” Microscale Ocean Biophysics Meeting, Eilat, Israel, 2016.

Winters, M.A., True, A.C., and J.P. Crimaldi, The Hydrodynamics of Cyclic Inhalant-Exhalant Flows. Poster presented at the 2016 Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science National Conference, October 13-15, 2016. Long Beach, CA.

Victor, J. Information Theory:  Application to Olfactory Navigation.  ANDA (Advanced of Neural Data Analysis) Short Course, Julich, Germany, March 9, 2018.

Conference Poster Presentations

Suver, A. Matheson, S. Sarkar, M. Damiata, K.I. Nagel, “Central neural circuits encoding wind direction in Drosophila.” Neuro-Evo Meeting, Janelia Farm, Ashburn VA, May 6-9, 2018

Efrén Álvarez-Salvado, Maggie McHugh, John Crimaldi, Katherine Nagel, “Algorithms underlying olfactory navigation in walking fruit flies,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington DC, November 11-15, 2017

Baker, K.L., Gumaste, A., Morse, T., Coronas-Samano, G., McHugh, M., Crimaldi, J. P., Verhagen, J. V., “Assessment of Mouse Navigation in a Virtual Reality Odor Environment,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington DC, November 11-15, 2017

Baker, K.L., Gumaste, A., Morse, T., Coronas-Samano, G., McHugh, M., Crimaldi, J. P., Verhagen, J. V., “Assessment of mouse navigation in a virtual reality odor environment”, Association for Chemoreception Sciences, Bonita Springs, FLA, April 17-20, 2018

Boie, S.D., Crimaldi, J.P., Ermentrout, G.B., McHugh, M., Nagel, K.I., and Victor, J.D. “Olfactory navigation: information theoretic scene analysis motivating a history-based algorithm.” Cosyne 2017, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 2017

Boie, S.D., Connor, E., McHugh, M., Crimaldi, J.P., Nagel, K.I., Ermentrout, G.B., Victor, J.D. “Information-theoretic analysis of natural olfactory landscapes”. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington DC, November 11-15, 2017

Connor, E.  True, A.C., and J.P.  Crimaldi, ” Hydrodynamics of Low Reynolds Respiratory-type Flows” Bulletin of the American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Mechanics, Denver, CO, November 19-21, 2017

Baker, K.L., Gumaste, A., Coronas-Samano, G., McHugh, M., Crimaldi, J. P., Verhagen, J. V.,, “Mouse navigation in a complex odor environment,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington DC, November 11-15, 2017

Hengenius, J., Urban, N., Ermentrout, B.,“Olfactory navigation in realistic odor landscapes: modeling and simulation of odor localization and path-following strategies in mice,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 11-16, 2016

True, A.C. and Crimaldi, J. P., “Three-dimensional laser-induced fluorescence measurements of turbulent chemical plumes” Bulletin of the American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Mechanics, Denver, CO, November 19-21, 2017

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