Journal Publications

  • A. Zavada, C. L. Buckley, Dominique Martinez, Jean-Pierre Rospars and T. Nowotny. Competition based model of pheromone component ratio detection in the moth. PLoS ONE, 6(2), e16308 (2011)
  • Adam P. Davis, Richard A. Watson, Rob Mills, C. L. Buckley and Jason Noble. If You Can’t Be With the One You Love, Love the One You’re With: How Individual Habituation of Agent Interactions Improves Global Utility. Journal of Artificial Life, doi:10.1162/artl_a_00030 (2011).
  • R. A. Watson, C. L. Buckley and R. Mill. Optimisation in Self-modelling Complex Adaptive Systems. Complexity, in press (2011).
  • C. L. Buckley, S. Bullock and Lionel Barnett. Spatially embedded dynamics and complexity. Complexity, 16(2),pp 29–34, 2010
  • S. Bullock, and C. L. Buckley. Embracing the tyranny of distance: Space as an enabling constraint. Technoetic Arts, 7 (2), pp. 141-152, 2009.
  • C. L. Buckley and S. Bullock. Sensitivity and stability: A signal propagation sweet spot in a sheet of recurrent centre crossing neurons. Biosystems, 94 (1-2), pp. 2-9. 2008
  • J. M. Buick, C. L. Buckley, C. A. Greated and J Gilbert . Lattice Boltzmann BGK Simulation of Non-linear Sound Waves: the Development of a Shock Front. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 33:39, pp. 17-28, 2000.

Peer-Reviewed, Conference Abstracts

  • C. L. Buckley, Brain State Control by Closed Loop Feedback, Computational and Systems Neuroscience (Cosyne) March, 2014
  • C. L. Buckley The Neuroscience of Sensorimotor Feedback, International Workshop on Autonomous Cognitive Robotics, Stirling, Scotland, UK,March 2014 [Won Best Presentation at Conference Award]
  • C. L. Buckley, The role of sensorimotor feedback in a brain state transition from passive to active processing Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour 1024 Convention, April 2014
  • C. L. Buckley and T. Toyoizumi Computational Neuroscience and Neuroinformatics Workshop, Edinburgh, June 2014
  •  C. L. Buckley Metastability in the Embodied Brain, in 10th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, July 2014.
  • C. L. Buckley, T. Yanagawa, K. Takaura, Yasuo Nagasaka, N. Fujii and T Toyoizumi. Real-time decoding of visual stimuli in the visual cortex of attentive primates. Society for Neuroscience (2013).
  • C L. Buckley. The role of environmental feedback in a brain state switch from
    passive to active sensing. BARRELS XXV, SFN Satellite, New Orleans (2012).
  • C. L. Buckley. The role of cortical stabilisation in a brain state switch from passive to active sensing. Riken Brain Sciences Institute, Tokyo, (2012).
  • C. L. Buckley. Nonlinear Dynamics Frameworks for Olfaction. Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, (2011).
  • C. L. Buckley and T. Toyoizumi. The role of environmental feedback in a brain state switch from passive to active sensing. OCNS, Stockholm (2013).
  • C L. Buckley  and T Toyoizumi.The Coherence of Brain and Environment, not Input Statistics, Determines Neural Correlations. The 35th annual meeting of the Japanese Neuroscience Society (2012).
  • C L. Buckley and T Toyoizumi. The role of environmental feedback in a brain state switch from passive to active sensing. BARRELS XXV, SFN Satellite, New Orleans (2012).
  • C L. Buckley and T Toyoizumi. The coherence of the brain and the environment, not the inputstatistics, determines neural correlations. COSYNE, Salt Lake City (2012).
  •  C. L. Buckley and T. Nowotny. Transient Dynamics between Displaced Fixed Points: An Alternate Nonlinear Dynamical Framework for Olfaction. OCNS, Stockholm (2011).
  • C. L. Buckley  and T. Nowotny,  Dynamic Range in Invertebrate Sensory Systems: A Multiscale Modelling Approach. OCCAM ComputationalNeuroscience Workshop, Oxford (2010)  
  • C. L. Buckley and T. Nowotny, Critical Rate Dynamics Explain the Sensitivity  of the Moth Pheromone System. FENS, Amsterdam (2010)
  • C. L. Buckley and T. Nowotny, A new notion of criticality: Studies in the pheromone system of the moth, COSYNE, Salt Lake City (2010)
  • C. L. Buckley, D. Martinez, J.-P. Rospars, T. Nowotny, Transient ‘winner takes all’ dynamics in the pheromone system of the moth, SFN Annual Meeting, Chicago (2009)
  • C. L. Buckley, T. Nowotny, Extending the Critical Brain Hypothesis to Rate Dynamics: A Case Study of the Antennal Lobe of the Moth, European Conference of Artificial Life  (ECAL), Budapest (2009)
  • C. L. Buckley, T. Nowotny, Moving beyond convergence in the pheromone system of the moth, Computational Neuroscience Conference (CNS), Berlin (2009)
  • C. L. Buckley and  S. Bullock. Timescale, Modularity and Adaptation. In Prof. K. Tsuchiya and Prof. H. Kimura, editors, Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Adaptive Motion in Animal, AMAM. Verlag, Ilmenau, 2005. Full paper on CD.

Peer-Reviewed, Published Conference Papers

  • R. A. Watson, R. Mills, C.L. Buckley, Evo-Connectionism I: The Associative Learning Principles of Evolutionary Systems. To appear in European Conference on Articial Life,(2013).
  • R. A. Watson, Adam Jackson, Rob Mills, C.L. Buckley, S. T. Powers, C. Cox, S. Tudge, P. Ryan. Evo-Connectionism II: Associative Learning and Evolutionary Transitions in Individuality. European Conference on Articial Life, (2013).
  • R. A. Watson, R. M. Mills, S. T. Powers, A. Davies, C. L. Buckley, C. Cox, A. Jackson. In: Workshops on Advances in Articial Life: Proceedings of the Thirteenth European Conference on Articial Life, (2012).
  • C. L. Buckley and T. Nowotny. Transient dynamics between displaced xed points: an alternate nonlinear dynamical framework for olfaction. In: BMC Neuroscience,12, page P237, (2011).
  • C. L. Buckley, P. Fine, S. Bullock and E. Di Paolo. Monostable controllers for adaptive behavior. In: From Animals to Animats 10: Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, pp. 103-112, Springer 2008.
  • C. L. Buckley and  S. Bullock. Spatial Embedding and Complexity: The Small-World is Not Enough. In: Advances in Artificial Life: Proceedings of the Ninth European Conference on Artificial Life, pp. 986-995, Springer, Berlin, 2007.
  • C. L. Buckley, S. Bullock, and N. Cohen. Timescale and stability in adaptive  behaviour. In M. Capcarrere, A. A. Freitas, P. J. Bentley, C. G. Johnson, and  J. Timmis, editors, Proceedings of the Eighth European Conference on Artificial  Life, pages 292–301. Springer­Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2005.
  • C. L. Buckley, S. Bullock, and N. Cohen. Toward a dynamical systems analysis  of neuromodulation. In S. Schaal, A. J. Ijspeert, A. Billardand S. Vijayakumar, J. Hallam, and J.A. Meyer, editors, Eighth International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, pages 334–343. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2004. [Won the “Best student paper at conference” award]

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