PD Dr. Dirk Jancke
Optical Imaging Lab

               Selected Talks  (>2004)     

  • V1 Population Dynamics and Plasticity. Imperial College London, UK, 10. March, 2017.

  • Shaping activity patterns in V1: TMS-induced plasticity and context-dependent dynamics. Brain Mind Institute (BMI), Lausanne, Switzerland, 12. October, 2016.

  • Context-dependent changes of V1 population dynamics. Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Charité, Berlin, 20. April, 2016.

  • Voltage-sensitive Dye Imaging of Brain Dynamics. Research Department Neuroscience, Ruhr University Bochum, 18. May, 2015.

  • Population dynamics across the visual brain imaged with voltage-sensitive dye. University of Leeds, UK, 13-14th September, 2011.
  • VSD imaging as a tool to study functional activity at mesoscopic population levels. C.N.R.S. Marseille, France, 9th December, 2010.
  • Voltage-sensitive dye imaging of the visual brain: Capturing neuronal activity dynamics at the population level. Symposium Perspectives of Molecular Imaging in Systems Neuroscience, MPI  für biologische Kybernetik, Tübingen, 22. April, 2010.
  • Spatio-temporal dynamics of brain activity captured with voltage-sensitive dye imaging. Symposium Systems Neurobiology, University of Göttingen, 28-29. September, 2009.
  • Voltage-sensitive dye imaging as a tool to capture large-scale activation dynamics across the brain. University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, 16. January, 2009.
  • Dynamic computation in early visual cortex captured by VSD imaging and parallel electrophysiology. International Workshop - Aspects of adaptive dynamics - Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg, 4.-7. September, Delmenhorst, 2008  
  • From Luminance changes to Natural Scenes: Voltage-sensitive Dye Imaging in Primary Visual Brain Areas. German-USA Collaborative Symposium on Computational Neuroscience, 8.-11. June, Munich, 2008
  • Population dynamics induced by local motion visualized with voltage-sensitive dye imaging in primary visual cortex. Thomas Wennekers, Centre for Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience, University of Plymouth, 25. January, 2008
  • Kortikale Aktivitätswellen in primären visuellen Arealen optisch registriert mittels fluoreszenter spannungsabhängiger Farbstoffe. Otto Witte, Interdisziplinären Zentrums für Klinische Forschung (IZKF) Jena Klinikum der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, 27. November, 2007
  • Cortical Activity Streaks evoked by Fast Moving Stimuli form to Patterns that Map Orientation of Motion Trajectories - Voltage-Sensitive Dye Imaging across Cat Primary Visual Cortex. Soc Neurosci Abstr 37, 2007.
  • Population dynamics in cat early visual cortex evoked by local motion. Symposium 22: Real-time voltage-sensitive dye imaging of cortical network activities across sensory modalities. Organized by Jancke D. & Spors H. Neurobiology Conference, 7. Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, Göttingen, Germany, February 29. March – 1. April, 2007.
  • Shaping visual space from subthreshold activity in primary visual cortex: Combined voltage-sensitive dye imaging and electrophysiology in cat area 18. Fred Wolf, Max-Planck Institut für Strömungsforschung, Bernstein Center Computational Neuroscience, Göttingen 5. December, 2006.

  • Cortical activity visualized by voltage-sensitive dye imaging: Dynamics of subthreshold and suprathreshold activity patterns across primary visual cortex. Center for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics (CNNR) – University of Sussex, England. 31. October, 2006.

  • Shaping visual space from propagating subthreshold activity in early visual cortex - Voltage-sensitive dye imaging of neural network dynamics in real time. In: Symposium on Dynamical motion processing: new insights into the neuronal machinery, Uwe Ilg & Guillaume Masson. 5. Forum of European Neuroscience, FENS, Vienna, Austria, July, 8-12, 2006.

  • Studying positional effects in cat primary visual cortex using voltage-sensitive dyes. Ray Dolan, Hakwan Lau, Wellcome Trust Functional Imaging Laborator, Institute of Neurology, University College London (UCL), England, 3. March, 2006.

  • Visualizing the Invisible: The functinal role of subthreshold cortical spread for the processing of local objects. Voltage-sensitive dye imaging in cat primary visual cortex. Henning Scheich, Leibnitz Institute of Neurobiology – Center for Learning and Memory Research, Magdeburg, 21 February, 2006.

  • Shifting of position in primary visual cortex: Studying local stimuli dynamics using voltage-sensitive dyes. Andreas Engel, Inst. of Neurophysiology, Universitätskliniken Eppendorf (UKE) - Hamburg – 13. January, 2006.

  • Visualizing the invisible – Voltage-sensitive dye imaging of shaping suprathreshold activity from emerging cortical spread in early visual cortex. Satellite Symposium, ASSC9 Caltech, Pasadena, CA, USA, June 28, 2005.

  • Imaging the influence of subthreshold activity on the representation of stimulus location in cat visual cortex. Uwe Ilg, University Hospital, Clinic for Neurology, Dept. Cognitive Neurology, Tübingen, 2. May, 2005.

  • Imaging Cortical Motion Trajectories in Early Visual Areas of the Cat. Bert Sakmann, Hartwig Spors, Max-Planck-Institut für medizinische Forschung, Heidelberg, 27. September, 2004.

  • Spatio-temporal integration of propagating subthreshold activity – Voltage-sensitive dye imaging in cat visual cortex.   7. Tübingen Perception Conference, 30. Jan – 1. February,  2004.