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Last name First name Affiliation Country
Simpson Ian Institute for Adaptive and Neural Computation United Kingdom
Ian Simpson
Email: Phone:
+44 131 208 2322 (Office)
Research Area(s): Genomics and genetics, Large scale modeling
Research focus: Genetic programmes controlling form and function at the molecular level, integrating transcriptional, post-transcriptional, translational and post-translational mechanisms.
Bojak Ingo University of Reading United Kingdom
Ingo Bojak
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: Prof Bojak is a computational neuroscientist specialized in neural activity at mesoscopic level, i.e., in the collective activity of many thousands of neurons.
Coombes Stephen University of Nottingham United Kingdom
Stephen Coombes
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: My research interests lie in the area of mathematical biology and in particular the application of principles from nonlinear dynamics and statistical physics to the study of neural systems.
Gleeson Padraig Department of Neuroscience, Physiology and Pharmacology, UCL United Kingdom
Padraig Gleeson
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: I develop tools and standards to facilitate the development of large scale 3D network models of biophysically detailed neurons. I am also involved in development of cerebellar network models.
Vassallo Carlos Carlos Andrés Mugruza Vassallo United Kingdom
Email: Phone:
(+44) 1382 384926 (Office)
(+44) 1382 229993 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: General: Understand at different levels computations in cognitive-dynamic mechanisms. Current: Study functional imbalance of activity levels in attention reorienting networks in controls and schizo
Neishabouri Ali Department of bioengineering, Imperial college london United Kingdom
Email: Phone:
(+44) 07 85 13 222 19 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: I use stochastic simulations to investigate the influence of factors such as axon anatomy, ion channel kinetic and spatial distribution on signal propagation velocity, metabolic cost and reliability.
Mitchinson Ben Adaptive Behaviour Research Group United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): Large scale modeling
Research focus: In Neuroinformatics, my main research interest is the development of BRAHMS, a novel platform for large-scale model integration. BRAHMS is available for immediate use; see http://brahms.sourceforge.net.
Zhang Jiaxiang MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling
Research focus: My research focuses on neural mechanisms underlying perceptual decision making and learning in the primate brain by combining modelling, behavioural measurements and functional MRI techniques. Recently, I investigate how human may learn novel visual patterns that do not appear in their daily lives. I am also interested in neuroimaging data analysis by machine learning methods.
Kaiser Marcus Institute of Neuroscience United Kingdom
Marcus Kaiser
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: I work on organization, development, dynamics, and robustness of cortical and neuronal networks. I am initiator and deputy director of the Wellcome Trust 4-year PhD programme Systems Neuroscience: From Networks to Behaviour and of the EPSRC funded network mathematical Neuroscience . I am also member of the editorial board of the journal Frontiers in Neuroinformatics and PLoS ONE . I work on (a) simulating the spreading of activity in hierarchical clustered networks to understand the spreading of epileptic seizures, (b) discovering constraints for spatial and topological organization of neural systems, (c) simulating the development of neural networks in order to understand developmental diseases, and (d) studying mechanisms of recovery after failure in neuronal and artificial information processing networks. For more information see the personal website www.biological-networks.org .
Roesch Etienne University of Reading United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Neuromorphic engineering, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: General brain functioning, Cognitive Science, emotion, attention, awareness, consciousness, neural fields, spiking neurons
Lo Chung-Chuan Institute of System Neuroscience, National Tsing Hua University Taiwan
Email: Phone:
+886-3-574-2014 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: Spiking neural circuit modeling for decision making and executive functions. Dynamics of neural network undergoing balanced excitatory and inhibitory inputs
Muller Eilif Blue Brain Project Switzerland
Eilif Muller
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Large scale modeling
Research focus: Unspecified
Whatley Adrian Institute of Neuroinformatics, University of Zurich and ETH Zurich Switzerland
Adrian M Whatley
Email: Phone:
+41 44 635 30 67 (Office)
+41 44 635 30 53 (Fax)
+41 44 635 30 51 (Secretariat)
Research Area(s): Large scale modeling, Neuromorphic engineering
Research focus: -
Nikolic Dragan INCF Sweden
Dragan Nikolic
Email:
Research Area(s): Large scale modeling
Research focus: Modelling
Lanyon Linda INCF Secretariat Sweden
Linda Lanyon
Email: Phone:
+46 8 524 86919 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: INCF Executive Director
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.
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.
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
Klaus Andreas Karolinska Institute Sweden
Andreas Klaus
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: The aim of my research is to gain a better understanding of the striatal gating mechanisms by means of detailed computational modeling and experimental measurements in organotypic triple cultures (cortex, striatum, and substantia nigra). The striatum is the main input stage of the basal ganglia system, which makes it interesting to study.
Lansner Anders Royal School of Technology, CSC Sweden
Anders Lansner
Email: Phone:
+46 8-790 62 10 (Office)
+46 8 790 09 30 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Large scale modeling
Research focus: My research interests range from biophysically detailed computational models of spinal rhythm generation and cortical associative memory to neural computation principles underlying associative memory, behavior selection, and motor control. A specific focus is simulation of large-scale models on parallel supercomputers. Connectionist models and brain-inspired computation as a tool in machine learning and autonomous systems control is also an interest. I am also leading the computational and modelling platform of Stockholm Brain Instistute (SBI).  
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