Simon Stringer, Ph.D

Experimental Psychology University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Computational Neuroscience
"Simon Stringer"
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Benjamin D. Evans grad student Oxford
Juan Manuel Galeazzi grad student Oxford
Irina Higgins grad student Oxford
Hector Page grad student Oxford
James Tromans grad student Oxford
Daniel Walters grad student Oxford
Bedeho M. W. Mender grad student 2010- Oxford
Akihiro Eguchi grad student 2012- Oxford
Harry Jordan grad student 2014- Oxford
Daniel Navarro grad student 2014- Oxford
Nasir Ahmad grad student 2015- Oxford
Hannah Dury grad student 2015- Oxford
James Isbister grad student 2016- Oxford
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Leadholm N, Stringer S. (2022) Hierarchical binding in convolutional neural networks: Making adversarial attacks geometrically challenging. Neural Networks : the Official Journal of the International Neural Network Society. 155: 258-286
St Clere Smithe T, Stringer SM. (2022) The Role of Idiothetic Signals, Landmarks, and Conjunctive Representations in the Development of Place and Head-Direction Cells: A Self-Organizing Neural Network Model. Cerebral Cortex Communications. 3: tgab052
Jordan HOC, Navarro DM, Stringer SM. (2020) The formation and use of hierarchical cognitive maps in the brain: A neural network model. Network (Bristol, England). 1-105
Navarro DM, Smithson HE, Stringer SM. (2020) A Modeling Study of the Emergence of Eye Position Gain Fields Modulating the Responses of Visual Neurons in the Brain. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 14: 30
Page HJI, Walters D, Stringer SM. (2018) A speed-accurate self-sustaining head direction cell path integration model without recurrent excitation. Network (Bristol, England). 29: 37-69
Navarro DM, Mender BMW, Smithson HE, et al. (2018) Self-organising coordinate transformation with peaked and monotonic gain modulation in the primate dorsal visual pathway. Plos One. 13: e0207961
Isbister JB, Eguchi A, Ahmad N, et al. (2018) A new approach to solving the feature-binding problem in primate vision. Interface Focus. 8: 20180021
Eguchi A, Isbister JB, Ahmad N, et al. (2018) The emergence of polychronization and feature binding in a spiking neural network model of the primate ventral visual system. Psychological Review
Higgins I, Stringer S, Schnupp J. (2018) A Computational Account of the Role of Cochlear Nucleus and Inferior Colliculus in Stabilizing Auditory Nerve Firing for Auditory Category Learning. Neural Computation. 1-29
Higgins I, Stringer S, Schnupp J. (2017) Unsupervised learning of temporal features for word categorization in a spiking neural network model of the auditory brain. Plos One. 12: e0180174
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