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Last name First name Affiliation Country
Sharda Megha National Brain Research Centre India
Email: Phone:
919810943202 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: I am interested in understanding mechanisms underlying speech and music processing in children with autism using structural and functional neuroimaging methods.
Perumal Ramesh National Tsing Hua University Taiwan
Ramesh Perumal
Email: Phone:
+886988354424 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuromorphic engineering, Brain machine interface
Research focus: I am doing my PhD in Electrical Engineering department of National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. My research project is about the VLSI implementation of spiking neural networks.
Wójcik Daniel Nencki Institute of Experimental Research Poland
Daniel Wójcik
Email: Phone:
+48 22 5892424 (Office)
+48 22 8225342 (Fax)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: We are studying information processing in thalamo-cortico-thalamic loops in mammal sensory systems concentrating on the visual system of the cat and the somatosensory system of the rat. In particular we are interested in mechanisms of context-dependent modulation of information processing.   To achieve our goals we develop new methods of data analysis, test it on different models of the studied systems, and analyze the experimental data. We concentrate on analysis and modeling of electrophysiological data, both spike trains and local field potentials.
Peters Judith Neuroimaging & Neuromodeling group at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience Netherlands
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Integration of neuroimaging (fMRI, EEG) & computational neuroscience (large scale modeling). Neuroimaging methods development.
Tetzlaff Tom Norwegian University of Life Sciences Norway
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: relation between network structure and dynamics relation between microscopic (spiking network models) and macroscopic network dynamics (population models)
Doya Kenji Okinawa Institute of Science and Technolgoy Japan
Email: Phone:
+81-98-921-3843 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Neuromorphic engineering, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: How the brain realizes reinforcement learning.
Raikov Ivan Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Japan
Ivan Raikov
Email: Phone:
+81-90-3417-7341 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Design of neuroscience modeling language; methods for formalizing the design of tools for analysis and simulation of neuroscience models.
De Schutter Erik Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Japan
Erik De Schutter
Email: Phone:
+81-98-966-8714 (Office)
+81-98-966-8717 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: We use computational methods to study how neurons and microcircuits in the brain operate. We are interested in the interaction between fundamental properties like morphology or homeostatic regulation and neural functions like information processing or learning. Most of our models concern the cerebellum as this brain structure has a relatively simple anatomy and the physiology of its main neurons has been studied extensively, allowing for detailed modeling at many different levels of complexity. Our research depends on high quality software, some of which we develop ourselves: STEPS (reaction-diffusion modeling in detailed morphologies), Neurofitter (automated parameter searching for compartmental models) and standard model description languages.
Ambert Kyle Oregon Health & Science University United States
Kyle Ambert
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience
Research focus: I'm interested in using text-mining and machine learning to make neuroscience research, Biocuration, and data integration more efficient.
Djurfeldt Mikael PDC, KTH and INCF Sweden
Mikael Djurfeldt
Email: Phone:
+46 70 6182040 (Mobile)
+46 8 52487083 (Office)
+46 8 7909222 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: Cortex-basal ganglia-thalamo-cortical loops. Learning of action sequences through reinforcement learning. Spiking models of cortical networks. Large-scale modeling. Method development.
Delgado Jordi PIC (Port d'Informació Científica) Spain
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: My research topics are related to paralleling and accelerating the Neuroimaging processes.
Amari Shun-ichi RIKEN Brain Science Institute Japan
Shun-ichi Amari
Email: Phone:
+81-48-467-9669 (Office)
+81-48-467-9687 ()
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: We are using mathematical and information sciences methods to elucidate the mechanisms of advanced information processing in the brain, trying to understand brain functions from systems point of view. In addition to supplying mathematical foundations that are important to understand biological processes such as the thought process function, researchers are conducting basic research to understand the principles that will allow them to replicate brain functions through the use of computers.
Sommer Friedrich Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, UC Berkeley United States
Friedrich Sommer
Email: Phone:
1 510 642 7251 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Neural computation in the visual system, schemes of communication within the brain, unsupervised learning embodied sensor action loops, facilitate neuroscience data sharing - http://crcns.org
INCF activities: Standards for Data Sharing | Task Force Lead
Graham Joe Research United States
Email: Phone:
+1 480 332 2183 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: I have worked with both experimental and computational neuroscience techniques to explore the form / function relationships in motoneurons.
Vialatte Francois Riken Brain Science Institute Japan
Francois Vialatte
Email: Phone:
+81(0)48-467-9666 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Brain machine interface, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: Signal processing and computational intelligence for brain signals (EEG, fMRI). Applications: BMI, clinical neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience. Time-frequency & Multi dimensions.
Kobayashi Ryota Ritsumeikan University Japan
Email: Phone:
81-77-561-2871 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: We are now devising a fast-computational spiking neuron model that is capable of accurately predicting a rich variety of spike responses. Our model will be useful for the simulation of neural circuit.
Hellgren Kotaleski Jeanette Royal School of Technology, CSC Sweden
Jeanette Hellgren Kotaleski
Email: Phone:
+46 8 790 6903 (Office)
+46 8 55 378214 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: The main focus of the research has been to use mathematical modeling to understand the neural mechanisms underlying information processing and learning in motor systems. Of specific interest are the basal ganglia, a structure in the brain that is important for the selection and initiation of motor (and cognitive) actions. Also, a long-standing collaborative effort between KTH and Karolinska Institute has been going on over many years, and the goal is to understand the mechanisms for generation and coordination of activity in the spinal cord of vertebrates. Here the lamprey, which is an evolutionary old (a "T-Ford") vertebrate, is used as a model system. The levels of investigation using computational models range from simulations of large scale neural networks, using both biophysically detailed but also more abstract neuron models, down to kinetic models of subcellular processes (e.g. dopamine induced cascades). The latter approach is important for understanding mechanisms involved in e.g. synaptic plasticity and learning. Also biochemical level models have been used to analyse and optimize industrial DNA sequencing methods, as well as to increase the understanding of insulin-secretion coupling in insulin producing beta cells, some projects of which have been collaborations with the industry.
Zaborszky Laszlo Rutgers University United States
Email: Phone:
1-973-353-3659 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging
Research focus: Our laboratory is interested in how the basal forebrain is organized to modulate sensory and higher order cognitive functions in the cerebral cortex.
INCF activities: Ontologies of Neural Structures | Structural Lexicon Task Force
Treves Alessandro SISSA - Cognitive Neuroscience Italy
Alessandro Treves
Email: Phone:
+39-040-3787623 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: I would like to understand the reorganization of the cerebral cortex and of the hippocampus at the transition to their mammalian forms, and what allows the faculty of language in the human species.
Pirmoradian Sahar SISSA-Cognitive Neuroscience Italy
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Language Modeling using Potts Neural Network
Neymotin Samuel SUNY Downstate / NYU-Poly United States
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Simulations of neuronal networks, analysis of electrophysiological data
Bose Joy Samsung India Software Operations India
Joy Bose
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: Spiking neural models engineered to perform higher level functions such as sequence learning.
Ruttenberg Alan Science Commons United States
Alan Ruttenberg
Email: Phone:
781-248-1480 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: My interest lies in structuring and using biological and clinical knowledge to answer questions and computationally interpret experimental data. I’m currently involved in a number of open biomedical ontology efforts, including: BioPAX-OBO for representing molecular and cellular pathways, the Ontology for Biomedical Investigations (OBI), and the Basic Formal Ontology (BFO) that will form the upper level ontology for the OBO foundry. These interests and efforts come together in my project at Science Commons - the Neurocommons, a large scale Semantic Web knowledge base of biological information aimed at supporting, initially, the neurosciences.
INCF activities: | Oversight Committee
Steuber Volker Science and Technology Research Institute, University of Hertfordshire United Kingdom
Email: Phone:
+44 1707 284350 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: - Information processing and associative memory in data-driven models of neurons and networks. - Cerebellar computation. - Simulation and analysis of intracellular signalling networks.
Jalili Mahdi Sharif University of Technology
Mahdi Jalili
Email: Phone:
00982166166636 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling
Research focus: Dynamical networks Synchronization phenomenon in dynamical networks Neural network dynamics
Conradt Jorg TU München Germany
Jorg Conradt
Email: Phone:
+49 89 289 26900 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuromorphic engineering
Research focus: neuromorphic engineering, neuro-robotics, distributed computation
Manninen Tiina Tampere University of Technology Finland
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: I am focusing on stochastic models for synaptic plasticity.
Pettinen Antti Tampere University of Technology Finland
Email: Phone:
+358-40-8490854 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Coordinator of the INCF National Node of Finland
Linne Marja-Leena Tampere University of Technology Finland
Marja-Leena Linne
Email: Phone:
+358503450649 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: My research interests include computational neuroscience, computational systems biology, computational biology, neuroinformatics, electrophysiology, signal processing, and dynamic systems.
Tanskanen Jarno Tampere University of Technology, Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering Finland
Jarno MA Tanskanen
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Signal processing and analysis for EEG, ECG and in vitro neuronal cell and cardiomyocyte electrophysiology; Brain computer interfaces; Statistical signal processing and analysis; Bioelectromagnetism
Cannon Robert Textensor Limited United Kingdom
Robert Cannon
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Software for modelling cells and ion channels; declarative model specification and standardisation efforts: NeuroML and NineML; the LEMS format for component based models as used in NeuroML2.
Yamazaki Tadashi The University of Electro-Communications Japan
Tadashi Yamazaki
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Cerebellum, Numerical simulation, Modeling, Large-scale simulation, Parallel programming, Cloud computing, Robotics
Mehboob Zareen The University of Manchester United Kingdom
Zareen Mehboob
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience
Research focus: My research is focused on computational methods for neural signals information quantification and neural data compression.
Skinner Frances Toronto Western Research Institute, University Health Network Canada
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: development and use of mathematical models of neurons and neuronal networks
Houghton Conor Trinity College, Dublin Ireland
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: (to follow)
Bezaire Marianne UC Irvine, Dept. of Anatomy & Neurobiology United States
Marianne Bezaire
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: Marianne studies the contributions of interneurons in the hippocampal CA1 to healthy and diseased network activity. She uses a detailed, biologically realistic computer model.
Stoner Richard UCSD United States
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Neuromorphic engineering, Infrastructural and portal services, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: Automated analysis of neuropathology in autism postmortem imaging; using cloud computing
Davison Andrew UNIC, CNRS France
Andrew Davison
Email: Phone:
+33169824196 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: Large-scale, data-constrained, modelling of neuronal networks, in particular the early visual system, and development of tools to facilitate collaborative modelling and reproducible simulations.
Hall Diana US Environmental Protection Agency, UNC-CH Department of Public Health, Biostatistics United States
Diana Hall
Email: Phone:
(202) 494-9248 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Statistical quantification of neurotoxicological effects of chemicals using MEAs.
Massobrio Paolo Univ. Genova - Dep. Informatics, Bioengineering, Robotics, System Engineering (DIBRIS) Italy
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Neuromorphic engineering, Electrophysiology
Research focus: My research activities are in the field of the neuroengineering and they include both experimental and theoretical aspects. In particular, I am working on dynamics exhibited by large-scale networks.
Roque Antonio Universidade de Sao Paulo Brazil
Antonio Roque
Email: Phone:
+55 16 3602-3768 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: We apply realistic neural modeling techniques to construct network models of sensory systems (visual, somatosensory, and olfactory) to study the role of network elements on sensory processing.
Le Franc Yann University of Antwerp Belgium
Yann Le Franc
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: My current research focuses on the development of an ontology of the neural network modeling field.
Mahmud Mufti University of Antwerp Belgium
Mufti Mahmud
Email: Phone:
003232652610 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: I have been researching on Brain-Chip interfacing with specific interest on design of algorithms to perform analysis of recorded signals and development of models to be able to predict them a priori.
Giugliano Michele University of Antwerp Belgium
Michele Giugliano
Email: Phone:
+32 3 265 26 16 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: My research interests include in vitro electrophysiology, exploring network-level phenomena in neocortical brain slices and dissociated cell cultures.
Specht Karsten University of Bergen Norway
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: My research is focusing on auditory perception, in particular speech perception and processing, investigated with fMRI and EEG and supplemented by modelling and connectivity analyses.
Cachat Jonathan University of California, San Diego United States
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: I am a curator & scientific data specialist at the Neuroscience Information Framework & NeuroLex.org
Grethe Jeffrey University of California, San Diego United States
Email: Phone:
+1-858-822-0703 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Genomics and genetics, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: My primary focus is on enabling collaborative research, data sharing and discovery through the application of advanced informatics approaches.
INCF activities: Standards for Data Sharing | Oversight Committee
Hjorth Johannes University of Cambridge United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Neurodevelopment, in particular computer modelling of retinotopic map formation.
van Rossum Mark University of Edinburgh United Kingdom
Mark van Rossum
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: My particular interests are: Synaptic plasticity, noise in neural systems, cortical dynamics in vision
Willshaw David University of Edinburgh United Kingdom
David Willshaw
Email: Phone:
+44 131 650 4404 (Office)
+44 131 650 6899 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: The application of the methods of computational neurobiology -- mathematical analysis and computer simulation -- to an understanding of the development and functioning of the nervous system. Specific areas of interest: 1. The mechanisms by which retinotopically ordered projections and patterns of ocular dominance are developed between vertebrate eye and brain. 2. The mechanisms for the elimination of polyinnervation in developing muscle. 3. The functioning of the basal ganglia and related structures and their role in Parkinson's Disease. 4. The role of the mammalian hippocampus, cerebellum and neocortex in the associative storage and retrieval of information in the brain. 5. The development of neurally inspired algorithms for hard computational problems, such as combinatorial optimisation
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