Ryan Rowekamp

Research Associate

Computational Neurobiology Lab
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies
10010 N. Torrey Pines Road
La Jolla, CA 92037

Research Interests

The encoding of natural stimuli in the visual cortex (primarily V1 and V4).
The transition from sensory input into invariant representations of the external world.




Cosyne 2009 (poster)
The increasing importance of secondary stimulus dimensions to V1 firing with kurtosis
APS March Meeting 2009 (talk)
Relationship between higher-order correlations in stimulus and information in the receptive fields of visual neurons
Cosyne 2011 (poster)
Comparison of joint and sequential optimization for dimensionality reduction with natural stimuli
Neuroscience 2011 (poster)
Finding receptive fields of neurons with limited spatial invariance
Cosyne 2012 (poster)
Second order dimensionality reduction using minimum and maximum mutual information models
Neuroscience 2013 (talk)
Using natural stimuli to probe invariance and composite feature selectivity of V4 neurons
Cosyne 2014 (poster)
Neurons in V4 show quadrature pair selectivity along curved contours

September 7, 2014