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Last name First name Affiliation Country
Islam Md Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore Singapore
Email: Phone:
6598615062 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Neural Signal Processing
Ingram Colin Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle United Kingdom
Colin Ingram
Email:
Research Area(s): Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: I am coordinating the CARMEN project to develop an e-science platform for the sharing and analysis of time-series data (electrophysiology).
Ichinohe Noritaka Hirosaki University Japan
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Genomics and genetics, Large scale modeling, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: I am interesed in cortical organization and function.
Ibanez Luis KITWARE Inc. United States
Luis Ibanez
Email: Phone:
(Office)
Research Area(s): Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging
Research focus: Development of open source software for performing image segmentation and registration
INCF activities: | Waxholm Space Task Force
Houghton Conor Trinity College, Dublin Ireland
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: (to follow)
Holm Pontus Swedish Research Council Sweden
Pontus Holm
Email: Phone:
+46 704999962 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Genomics and genetics, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: Research background: Genetics, developmental neurobiology, stem cells Coordination: Research Officer at Swedish Research Council (current), Project Manager at Uppsala BIO, Program Officer at INCF
Hjorth Johannes University of Cambridge United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Neurodevelopment, in particular computer modelling of retinotopic map formation.
Hirata Yutaka Dept. Computer Science, Chubu University College of Engineering Japan
Yutaka Hirata
Email: Phone:
+81-568-51-9476 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: To understand the mechanism of the robust adaptive motor control in biological systems, we employ electro-physiology and animal behavioral study in combination with engineering tools.
Hines Michael Dept. of Computer Science, Yale University United States
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: I am interested in numerical methods applied to neurophysiology and the problem of conceptual control of large simulations. My work is embodied in a program, NEURON
Hill Sean INCF Sweden
Sean Hill
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Biologically-realistic models to study the role of emergent phenomena in information processing, network connectivity and synaptic plasticity in wakefulness and sleep.
Hill Ewa UK Neuroinformatics Node United Kingdom
Ewa M Hill
Email: Phone:
+44 (0)1316503100 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics
Research focus:
Hess Andreas I.f. Pharmacology Germany
Email: Phone:
+49 91318522801 (Laboratory)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging
Research focus: Animal Imaging
INCF activities: Digital Brain Atlasing | Digital Atlasing Infrastructure Task Force
Herz Andreas Ludwig-Maximilians Universit√§t M√ľnchen Germany
Andreas Herz
Email: Phone:
+49-89-2180-74801 (Office)
+49-89-2180-74304 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: We use methods from the theory of dynamical systems and probability theory to analyze and model electrophysiological data and to compare them with theoretical predictions. We are also developing novel techniques to integrate real-time data analysis methods into neurobiological experiments.
Herman Pawel Department of Computational Biology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm University Sweden
Pawel A Herman
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Brain machine interface
Research focus: 1)Large-scale modelling to understand mechanisms underlying oscillatory & synchronization phenomena in cortical networks as correlates of brain function 2)Brain-like computing for large data analysis
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.
Hawrylycz Michael Allen Institute for Brain Science United States
Michael Hawrylycz
Email:
Research Area(s): Digital atlasing
Research focus: At the Allen Institute I am responsible for the direction of the informatics effort, including image processing, bioinformatics and data analysis.
INCF activities: Digital Brain Atlasing | Oversight Committee, Digital Brain Atlasing | Waxholm Space Task Force Lead, | Digital Atlasing Infrastructure Task Force
Hanke Michael Institute of Psychology, Otto-von-Guericke-University Germany
Michael Hanke
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging
Research focus: My research is focused on the representation of information in the human brain. To facilitate progress in this field I develop software systems, such as PyMVPA and NeuroDebian.
INCF activities: Standards for Data Sharing | Task Force
Hamker Fred Artificial Intelligence, TU Chemnitz Germany
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: Models of cognitive computational neuroscience such as attention, space perception, object recognition, and decision making.
Halliday David Department of Electronics, University of York United Kingdom
Email: Phone:
+44 1904 322345 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Studying brain function through the design, implementation, dissemination and application of statistical signal processing tools for analysis of Electrophysiological and Neuroimaging data.
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.
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