The paper describing the open source spike sorting algorithm SPyKING CIRCUS is now available on eLife. You can download the algorithm in the latest version (0.6.6) Note also that the datasets used in the paper to validate the algorithm are available on Zenodo. Do not hesitate to try to test/benchmark…
NeuroComp @ Paris 2018
Symposium de Neurosciences Computationnelles à Paris 15 Mai 2018 Descriptif Les neurosciences computationnelles combinent expérimentation et modélisation dans l’exploration des mécanismes causaux responsables des grandes fonctions du cerveau (perception, cognition, motricité, leurs apprentissages et leurs dysfonctions). Les interactions réelles entre expérimentation et modélisation sont fondamentales pour la progression de notre…
New PhD member
We are happy to welcome a new PhD members in our group: Francesco Trapani (working with Pierre Yger and in collaboration with Olivier Marre)
Brian 2.1.2 and Brian2GeNN 1.1.5
We have released new bug fix releases for Brian 2 (version 2.1.2) and Brian2GeNN (version 1.1.5). For more information, see the announcement on the Brian website.
Brian 2.1 and Brian2GeNN 1.1
We are happy to announce the release of a new version of the Brian simulator and its Brian2GeNN interface to the GPU-enhanced Neuronal Network simulation environment (GeNN). For more information, see the announcement on the Brian website.
A postdoctoral position is available in the Vision Institute (http://www.institut-vision.org/fr/), Paris, France, to work on a project of vision restoration based on optogenetics. The purpose of the project is to design new light stimulation patterns that can independently activate different types of ganglion cells. The post-doc will perform patch clamp…
Workshop on recent methods and analyses for neuronal population recordings at CNS Antwerp 2017
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
Workshop on open science at CNS Antwerp 2017
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.
New PhD members
We are happy to welcome two PhD members in our group: Sarah Goethals (working with Romain Brette) and Baptiste Lefebvre (working with Pierre Yger)
SpyKING CIRCUS 0.4
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…