So the title of my talk was "Computational Analysis Methods and Issues in Human Cognitive Neuroscience" but I ended up scaling back on the technical side to talk more about basic issues and methods in neuroscience. Like I said at the beginning, I was more hoping to open up a dialog with a smart group of people who have access to a set of technical and mathematical skills that could be of use to neuroscientists. Often I feel like--in our analyses--we're reinventing the wheel and tackling problems that probably already have solutions.
So I never really get into the technical issues (though if anyone is curious I'd be happy to share more details on what those issues are) but I did manage to capture the interest of a few engineers there and we might be working on a few projects together. I'll write more about that if later if anything comes of it.
Anyway, here's the talk. I'm a bit nervous about posting it, since it's not as good as I'd hoped, but hey. That's life.