In collaboration with Michela Chiappalone and Valentina Pasquale, we will organize a workshop on recent methods and analyses for neuronal population recordings. More details should be available soon on the CNS webpage, and see the page of the workshop
We are organizing a workshop on Emerging models in scientific communication and discussion at the Computational Neuroscience conference in Antwerp, to be held on 19 or 20 July 2017.
We are happy to welcome two PhD members in our group: Sarah Goethals (working with Romain Brette) and Baptiste Lefebvre (working with Pierre Yger)
Want to spike sort data quickly, efficiently, and in a semi-automated manner? SpyKING CIRCUS 0.4, based on template matching algorithms, is now available. The code can sort with few percent errors cells in vitro and in vivo (this has been validated with paired juxta recordings), handling up to thousands of…
Marcel Stimberg is now officially a permanent member of the lab. Congratulations!
You can now become a beta tester of the SpyKING CIRCUS, a fast and scalable software for sorting dense extracellular recordings. If you are interested, don’t hesitate to send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org
New presentation now online: a short introductory presentation by Romain Brette to a panel discussion on connectomics at the Donders summer school on neural metrics on 10 August 2015, entitled “What can be learned from a connectome?”.
Pierre Yger has been recruited as a permanent scientist in the team (CR2 INSERM). Congratulations!
Romain Brette will be at the Donders summer school on neural metrics on 10 August 2015, debating with Moritz Helmstaedter in a panel discussion about connectomics.
Romain Brette will be at the INCF Congress in Cairns, Australia (20-22 August 2012), organizing a workshop on “Small scale brain initiatives” and presenting Brian in another session.